Sourdough Brioche Buns + Sourdough Rolls Recipe Ideas
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Sourdough brioche buns + sourdough rolls recipe ideas covers how to make a variety of yummy meals featuring sourdough. Read on to learn more about sourdough, where to find the best sourdough brioche buns, how to make several dishes your family will love, and more.
I love a good sourdough bread, and sourdough brioche buns and rolls are no exception. Sourdough rolls are especially versatile in that you can use them in so many ways. This post covers all things sourdough, as well as how to use sourdough brioche buns and sourdough rolls in a variety of ways. In addition you’ll find a few recipes, including a sourdough rolls recipe.
What is Sourdough?
Sourdough is a naturally leavened bread. This means that it does not need yeast to rise. Instead, sourdough bread is made with a “starter” which consists of fermented flour and water.
On the other hand, brioche is a sweet yeast bread with a soft texture and rich taste. This is due to the dough containing eggs, milk, and butter; in addition to flour and water. Brioche is often found in the form of a small round roll making it perfect for a variety of uses.
How to Make Sourdough Brioche Buns
Sourdough brioche involves making yeast brioche with the addition of a sourdough starter. You can make your own starter, get extra starter from a friend, or buy sourdough starter online here.
Making your own sourdough starter involves mixing flour and water in a jar, and then letting the mixture sit in a warm area to ferment. Over time you discard some of the mixture, and continue to add more flour and water. This process helps to create an “active” starter.
Keep in mind that making sourdough starter is a process that involves patience and time. You need to keep it warm, and tend to it daily. It can take a week or more before your sourdough starter is ready to be used in a recipe.
Where to Find the Best Sourdough Brioche Buns and Breads
I’ve made my own sourdough starter, and sourdough bread, with varying success. I live in Massachusetts, where the Winters are long and cold. Winter is a time when you want yummy sourdough bread to go with your soups and stews. However, it is also a time where it can be difficult to keep your starter warm.
I’ve also tried finding sourdough bread near me by going to local grocery stores and bakeries. However, the variety is often limited. Luckily I recently came across the best sourdough brioche buns, sourdough rolls, and sourdough bread when I discovered Wildgrain; a small company based in Boston, Massachusetts.
Wildgrain delivers slow fermented sourdough breads, fresh pastas, and artisanal pastries right to your door. The best part is that the products arrive frozen. This means that I have a stash of sourdough brioche buns (and SO many other sourdough goodies) in my freezer any time I want.
If you’d like more information, click on Wildgrain to visit their website. Enter code BREADLOVER10 to receive $10 off of your first order, as well as free shipping.
Sourdough Brioche Buns + Sourdough Rolls Recipe Ideas
Now let’s get on to the best part. What to do with those yummy sourdough brioche buns and rolls. Following are some of my favorite recipe ideas.
Cream Cheese and Lox Breakfast Sandwich
Instead of a bagel, try your cream cheese and lox on a sourdough brioche bun or sourdough roll. Slice your bun/roll in half. Spread the bottom half with cream cheese. (I personally like chive and onion, or other types of herb cream cheese.) Layer with smoked salmon. Add additional toppings such as lettuce/spinach, red onion, and tomato if you like. If you like a seeded roll, you can add seeds before assembling your sandwich. Simply brush the tops of whole rolls lightly with melted butter, or an egg wash, then sprinkle with everything bagel seasoning or sesame seeds. Toast the rolls in an oven set at 350 degrees Fahrenheit, for 5 to 7 minutes. If you don’t like cream cheese and lox, sourdough brioche buns make a great base for Eggs Benedict. You can also try making brioche french toast.
Ham and Cheese Sliders on a Sourdough Brioche Bun
You can make one of these sliders, or a whole cookie sheet full to serve a group. Slice your sourdough buns in half and place the bottoms on a cookie sheet, or in a rectangular cake pan. Spread a whole grain, or spicy mustard, on the bottom brioche halves. Layer two to three slices of ham on each bun. Then add a slice of cheddar cheese. Add the top piece of brioche. Brush the tops of the sandwiches lightly with melted butter and sprinkle with everything bagel seasoning or sesame seeds. Bake the sliders at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 10 to 15 minutes. The cheese should be melted, and the brioche slightly toasted. This recipe works for a variety of meats and cheeses. Try pastrami and swiss, roast beef and provolone, or mini bacon burgers. Sourdough brioche makes for great sourdough burger buns.
Sourdough Rolls with Garlic and Cheese Dip
Mix 8 oz of cream cheese, 1/2 cup of shredded mozzarella cheese, 1/2 cup of grated parmesan cheese, 4 cloves of garlic, and 1/4 cup of chopped parsley in an oven safe container or bowl. Bake the mixture at 400 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 to 20 minutes. The mixture should be warm and bubbly. Serve with warm sourdough rolls brushed with butter, and sprinkled lightly with salt. You can change up the flavors of this recipe by adding different herbs as well as pureed or chopped veggies. Spinach and artichoke, sun dried tomato and basil, and beet and goat cheese are great combinations.
Sourdough Starter Recipe
If you want to try out making sourdough bread, sourdough dinner rolls, sourdough burger buns, and even sourdough cinnamon rolls; you’ll need a good sourdough starter recipe. Check out Feasting at Home for a recipe that has 429 reviews and is rated 4.9 stars out of 5.
Sourdough Brioche Recipe
If you would like to try making your own sourdough brioche buns, you can find a variety of recipes online. A popular one is a simple sourdough brioche recipe from Home Grown Happiness. The recipe has 118 reviews and is rated 4.8 stars out of 5.
Sourdough Rolls Recipe
Sourdough rolls are more firm than sourdough brioche. They are great for serving with soups and stews. This sourdough dinner rolls recipe by Holy Cow Vegan has 161 reviews and is rated 4.99 stars our of 5.
Sourdough Bread Near Me
Are you struggling to find sourdough bread near you? As I mentioned above, I simply love Wildgrain. I’ve purchased several of their boxes, and they recently sent me an additional box to review. They offer a variety of slow fermented breads, pastas, and bakery treats that are amazing. They are also a small company that uses high-quality ingredients, and they give back to the community. To read more about their story, click on the Wildgrain Story. Don’t forget to use the code BREADLOVER10 if you place an order. You’ll receive $10 off of your first order, and free shipping.
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