Looking for sourdough recipes? Want to make your own sourdough starter, or incorporate sourdough bread into meals? Check out our recipes below and then take a look at more of our recipes for a healthy gut, breakfasts for a healthy gut and high fibre foods.
Sourdough recipes for a healthy gut
All sourdough recipes begin with this ferment, made simply with flour and water. This is what gives sourdough its gut-supporting power and makes the bread rise without the need for yeast.
Bake the perfect sourdough bread loaf at home every time with this step-by-step guide from our deputy food editor and ex-baker.
Use sourdough that’s a day or two old to make the extra-crunchy croutons for this vibrant salad. Packed with crab, crunchy asparagus, carrot, fennel and sugar snap peas, it’s a bright and nutritious dish that’s easy to make.
Our best ratatouille recipe. Packed with tomatoes, aubergine, courgettes and red pepper, it’s served alongside crispy sourdough made punchy with garlic. It’s dead easy to make and feeds four.
This is our version of really quick and easy recipe that’s enjoyed alongside a coffee in the morning in Spain. It makes a great breakfast or snack.
Fig and gorgonzola tartines make an indulgent afternoon snack or stylish starter, using just a handful of fresh ingredients and sourdough bread. These toasts are super easy to make and ready in 15 minutes.
Chunky pieces of baked sourdough bread drizzled in olive oil make mushroom soup even better. A fresh mix of parsley, garlic and lemon zest for the gremolata takes it up a notch further, too.
This French-style open sandwich is great for a quick snack. Serve quark, the low-fat soft cheese on sourdough toast with cucumber salad over the top.