Alaskan Sourdough Bread Mix
Make this with your bread machine, stand-type mixer, or by hand.
If you love sourdough bread with a chewy crust, try this Alaskan Sourdough Bread.
Alaskan Sourdough has a long and interesting history.
While the Americans were fighting for independence from Great Brittan, the Russians were making plans to settle Alaska.
There's nothing quite like Alaskan sourdough. This is a frontier bread, a country comfort bread that the whole family will enjoy, even the kids. You can make marvelous sandwiches--from after-school PBJ's to fabulous, colorful sandwiches. It works when friends come over for dinner as well as for toast in the mornings.
It's got a touch of country sour--like San Francisco Sourdough but not nearly as strong. It's a creamy white bread that's moist and soft with a nice, open crumb.
Make this in a 5x9-inch bread pan or in your bread machine. Any way you make it, it will be delightful.
Different in looks and texture-- brownish and "rougher" than most sourdough breaks I've baked. Different,, but still delicious. Will get it again.
In fact it hardly rose at all. The taste wasn't terrible but we usually get a loaf that's about 4.5" X 4.5" x 12". This one was barely 2" high. Not exactly ideal for sandwiches. Perhaps this was just bad luck? We have such good luck with these mixes. We may try again one day but there's so many others we've loved.
Their product is always top notch
Alaskan sourdough bread made delicious grilled cheese sandwiches!
Pretty good flavor. Hard to cut without deflation.