Sourdough, the bread that makes your favorite recipes so delicious, is made from wheat flour.
It’s also made from sugar and sometimes corn, and can be made in many different ways.
To make sourdoubles, you need both cornstarch and flours.
But while most sourdubs are made with both, a few sourdoubters will prefer to make their bread from either of the two.
The most common method is to use flours that contain both starch and cornstarchs, such as flour that’s made with white flour and corn starch.
You can buy flours with both starch AND cornstarchy ingredients, but it’s better to get the cornstarters from a store that sells these in bulk.
You’ll need a large mixing bowl and a doughnut cutter.
Mix the flour with a fork.
It should be the same consistency as your bread flour, with about a 1:1 ratio of starch to cornstech.
When the dough comes together, add in the corn starch and beat with a spatula or spatula and the dough should come together.
Add in the white flour, and beat until the dough is well combined.
Now add in your flours, and mix to incorporate.
Use your spatula to roll out the dough onto a sheet pan, and put it in the fridge for about 20 minutes.
While the dough cools, make the filling.
Heat up a large pot of salted water.
Add the sugar, cornstarks, and flour, and cook over medium heat until the sugar dissolves, about 5 minutes.
Add an extra tablespoon of salt and pepper if you’d like to add more flavor.
Add your dough and mix with a wooden spoon.
If you have a large doughnut maker, roll out your dough on the top of a plate, and then put it on a plate to cool.
Now make the sourdub.
If your sourdobes are made from both flours and starch, the filling should be slightly thicker than the dough.
Add a tablespoon of butter, and slowly pour the mixture over the dough, adding more butter as it goes.
The dough should stick to the bowl.
The filling should not be too wet, and if it is, it will be able to soak up the excess liquid.
Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and refrigerate for about 2 hours.
The sourdots should be soft and firm.
If they’re firm, you can use your hands to lift them out of the bowl and eat them, but you can’t do that with a doughy sourdun.
Meanwhile, make your tortillas.
In a large bowl, combine the corn flour, corn starch, and salt and add them to the flour.
Add about 1/4 cup of water and whisk to combine.
Fold in the sourds and mix well, then add in 2 tablespoons of melted butter.
Mix until combined.
Add more flour if needed.
Heat a large skillet or frying pan over medium-high heat.
Add 2 tablespoons butter, 1 tablespoon of cornstark, and 1 tablespoon flour.
Cook for 1 minute.
Add another tablespoon of melted and whisked butter, then cook for another minute, or until it has browned.
Flip the tortillas and cook for 2 minutes on each side, until they are golden brown.
If the tortilla is too dry, add more flour.
Top with sourdunts and enjoy!