TX'S STYLE ~ SAN FRANCISCO SOURDOUGH BREAD. Are you ready to tackle this recipe? Bread making is a science and measuring should be exact. Next, purchase a true San Francisco sourdough starter.

TX'S STYLE ~  SAN FRANCISCO SOURDOUGH BREAD Sourdough is essentially the original leavened bread recipe using a natural yeast starter. It has a unique slightly sour taste and when made correctly is packed with beautiful air pockets and an amazing outer crust. While you may immediately think of San Francisco when it comes to sourdough bread, Egypt is the early creators of this. You can cook TX'S STYLE ~ SAN FRANCISCO SOURDOUGH BREAD using 8 ingredients and 10 steps. Here is how you cook that.


  1. You need 3 cup of Organic Unbleached AP flour.
  2. You need 1 tbsp of Sugar.
  3. You need 2 1/2 tsp of Celtic salt.
  4. You need 1 of .25 oz Active dry yeast.
  5. You need 3 cup of Sourdough starter.
  6. It's 1/3 cup of Warm water.
  7. It's 1 of Additional water and flour to achieve the right dough consistency.
  8. You need 1 of Crush 1 Vitamin C tablet.

This is the first San Francisco-style sourdough bread I've made. The result was brilliant — crisp crust with a hint of caramel, bouncy crumb, mildly sour, and the amount of salt was just right for us. After using this format, the recipe is very good with some modifications. First off, it should never be called SF Sourdough Bread for the same reasons as mentioned before, PLUS - I live in San Francisco, and we rarely see bread served with onion on top of sourdough.


  1. I use my Ninja with the bread hook, no kneading required. This is a wet dough, which I find to be easier then a thick dough which needs to be kneaded.
  2. Mix in Ninja 3 cup flour and 3 cups sourdough starter, adding water if necessary untill the dough is wet, resembling a semi thick pankake mix. Blend for 2 to 2 1/2 min. Let it rest for 15 min..
  3. Meanwhile in another bowl add 1/3 cup 110° water and yeast and let it sit until the 15 min is up with the dough..
  4. Add sugar, salt, Vit C and yeast mixture to dough, blend 1 min, add 1/8 of a cup of flour at a time untill dough thickens slightly. Once you have achieved that, blend untill dough is smooth and there are no more chunks of flour..
  5. Have a bowl of water handy for dipping your fingers in and a spatula when removing dough onto a floured surface, work the flour into the dough until it does not stick to your fingers. I use my dough spatula and scrape the dough over onto itself all the time adding flour as needed. It should be mushy and should still want to spread out of your hands when you pick it up to place in a large well greased bowl..
  6. Cover tightly with saran wrap and place a dish towel over the top. Put in the warmest place in your kitchen (draft free) which I put mine next to my fridg, let rise 1 hour double in size..
  7. Very easy punch down, let it rest for 10 min. Use a dough spatula to remove from bowl, put onto a floured surface and fold sides and corners in twice, using as little flour as possible. Tuck dough under and place that side down in the bowl, cover tightly and let rise 45 min or untill it is triple in size, which of me it was only 35 min..
  8. Pre heat oven 375° ~ Punch down, let it rest 10 min. Then form into the shape you want and place in a round oiled pan, I use my cast iron skillet for the final rise, oil skillet then sprinkle with semolina flour or just on a well oiled surface. If using a bread pan then you will need to divide dough into half. Oil the used saran wrap and flour it lightly place on top of dough, let rise for 45 min to 1 hour or until it is double in size. Then it is ready for the oven!.
  9. With wet dough I find it hard to put slits in the top (this is in order for steam to escape) so I bake the bread for 2 min @ 375 remove from oven, make your slits. Return to oven and bake 28 min, then turn the oven up to 400° and bake for 11 min . Enjoy!.
  10. IMPORTANT last step ~ with a water spritz bottle, spritz the inside of the oven just around the opening (both sides and bottom) 1 to 2 times making sure you do not spritz the light bulb because it will burst. This step gives the crust a crunchy texture.......

Report a problem with this food. This straightforward sourdough bread recipe is a staple in our house. Made with sourdough starter, this naturally fermented bread has a fluffy, airy interior and crackly crisp crust. All the steps of making the bread are detailed out, as well as sourdough tips for beginners. San Francisco Style Sourdough French Bread.

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