1. In a medium size bowl, stir together the sourdough starter, milk, and whole grain flour.
2. Add more flour until you have a THICK dough.
3. Knead the dough together for just a couple of minutes.
4. If it's too sticky, add more flour.
5. Keep in mind, this dough will be souring for at least 6 hours and you will need to roll it out after adding the sea salt and baking soda.
6. Cover the bowl with a towel and a plate and set aside on the counter to sour for 6 to 8 hours.
7. Truly, though? Only you know the temperature of your kitchen or the souring schedule that works best for you. Speaking from experience, more hours will most definitely work. The dough, however, may become a bit more fragile and the taste a touch more sour.?
1. After the souring time is complete, sprinkle the sea salt, baking soda, and any additional herbs on top of the dough.
2. Take a wooden spoon and jab the new ingredients into the dough and then use the spoon to turn the dough out onto your counter.
3. Knead the dough for a few minutes or until you feel the additional ingredients have been completely worked through.
4. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
5. Grease or lay parchment paper on a cookie sheet.
6. Generously flour the work surface.
7. Roll out the dough adding more flour as necessary to prevent sticking.
8. Now, begin making the pockets/wraps. This is what I do, but please use the method that works best for you.?
10. After spreading and sprinkling the dough with our tasty dijon and some favorite hard cheese, I pick up a hot dog and hold it up to the dough).?
11. Using a pizza cutter, I cut the dough to the width that will work for my hot dogs all the way down the length of the dough. (I make the dough width according to whether I want to tuck in the ends or leave them exposed.)
12. Then, I place a hot dog on the edge of the dough and begin rolling.
13. Once I’ve gone around once, I use my pizza cutter to make the final cut at that point.
14. Finally, I seal it up well and place the wrap on the cookie sheet.
15. Repeat this process to cover all the hot dogs. **
16. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes.
17. Check at about 10 minutes to see how things are coming along.
18. Remove from oven and serve
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