Sour Dough Toast

Crisp sourdough slices

Just getting to grips with the sour dough bread so lots of practising going on. I’m liking the rich and intense flavour of these thin toasty slices. I’ve been playing about to find the best way to cut thin slices. The bread definitely needs to be day old, so wrap fresh loaf  in a clean tea towel and leave ’til the next day. Then slice thinly with an electric carving knife. Arrange slices on a baking sheet and bake ’til dry at 180C for about 7 minutes checking and turning after 5 minutes. Perfect with mature cheddar and fruity tomato chutney.

Delicious thin crunchy slices

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One Response to Sour Dough Toast

  1. Simon says:

    And to think all these years I’ve been taking the piss out of my father for asking me to remind him of the recipe for toast.


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