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.
This bread doesn’t deserve five stars. It deserves two. It’s small and dense and not the best sourdough flavor. Very disappointing!
I've never been disappointed with your product.
Was disappointed with this mix. The dough was too wet and didn’t rise like the other mixes I’ve tried. I used my bread machine.
one of the others didn’t mix
don’t remember which one
This bread is my favorite sourdough for toast. It slices perfect and has the right amount of sour. It’s like comfort bread. Great with strawberry jam. Perfect for sandwiches. Reminds me of classic diner sourdough.