Sourdough Family

Authentic Sourdough

Gather The Goodness 

Gather The Goodness - Family of Loaves 1It doesn't get more authentic than our Sourdough. Each loaf is a 20 hour labour of love, baked from scratch every day with a real levain starter. Together with your friends and family, enjoy hearty autumn meals complimented by our Sourdough. 

Baked on site at every bakery, our Sourdough comes in a range of shapes and sizes. Our Loaf and Vienna are ideal for sandwiches or dipping in soups while our Sourdough Rolls are the perfect partner to comforting and hearty fall dinners.

Try our Sunflower Flax Sourdough Loaf! With the same dense centre and thick crunchy crust, this loaf is also packed with seeds for a one-of-a-kind flavour.

Mix up your Sourdough routine with these loaves available at select bakeries:
Sourdough Half Baguette
• Cranberry Sourdough Loaf 
• Walnut Sourdough Loaf
• Onion & Poppy Seed Sourdough Vienna
Sourdough Onion & Poppy Seed Half Baguette

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SOURDOUGH RECIPES 

Our Sourdough is the perfect fall bread to absorb the flavour of your hearty autumn meals like stews and soups. We've also pulled some our favourite recipes that you can serve with our Sourdough Bread.

Coconut Crumb Prawns

Coconut Crumb Prawns
Makes 20 pieces

These sweet and crispy cocnut crumbed prawns are perfect for entertaining as well as using up leftover bread.

Ingredients

3 Cups Breadcrumbs made from 1/2 an Authentic Sourdough Cob
1/3 Cup Flour
1/2 Tsp Salt
1/2 Tsp Pepper
1 Cup shredded Coconut
3 Large Eggs, Beaten
20 Medium-Sized Raw Prawns, peeled and deveined with tails attached
Vegetable oil for frying
1 Tbsp. chopped flat leaf parsley to garnish
1/2 Cup Sweet Chili Sauce for dipping

Method

  1. Make breadcrumbs by tearing bread slices into small pieces. Pulse in a food processor until fine crumbs form. For best results with this recipe, do not use crusts.
  2. Start with three bowls, in one bowl combine the flour, salt and pepper. In the second bowl the eggs, and in the third bowl combine the breadcrumbs with the coconut.
  3. Dip each prawn into the flour, then the eggs, then the crumb mix. Try and get a lot of the crumb mix on each prawn.
  4. Add enough oil to a large skillet pan to shallow fry. Use a medium heat, wait until the oil is hot, and then fry the prawns in small batches being careful not to overcrowd the pan. Fry for 2-3 minutes to get a light golden colour. A deep fryer works very well for this if you have one.
  5. Place the prawns onto a plate lined with paper towel to absorb any excess oil as you fry batches.
  6. Transfer to a plate when ready to serve. Sprinkle with chopped parsley for a bright pop of colour. Serve with sweet chilli sauce for dipping.

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