|The Best of Amish Cooking|
|by Phyllis Pellman Good|
Traditional and contemporary recipes adapted from the kitchens and pantries of Amish cooks are highlighted.
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On Day 1: ... friends. Save remaining starter for yourself. In ... or sugared 9"x5" bread pans. Bake in ... cup each) may be added to batter before baking.
Making the starter: Soften active ... batch to bake Amish Friendship Bread or use in ... wooden or plastic spoon until smooth. Do this once each day. Repeat.
Mix all ingredients ... rolls. Let rise to double in size. Bake at 400°F for 20 minutes for rolls, longer for bread. Use this recipe for cinnamon rolls.
Mix flour, soda, Herman, baking powder, salt, and oil. Transfer to floured board. Knead slightly. Roll into balls or shape as desired. Bake rolls on ...
Starting from scratch, ... on - your starter is ready to ... Friends can either make up bread the day they receive the starter or they can join in on the fun.
Combine ingredients in ... evaporation. Now the starter is ready. For ... sugar instead of flour. Bake at 325 for 1 hour. Cool 10 minutes, remove from pans.
Makes enough to ... be non-metal. Stir starter every day for ... use in the Amish Bread recipe. When you ... calendar will be your guide. Yields 5 cups.
On day 1, (the day you receive your starter) do nothing. ... Remember, do not use a metal spoon and do not refrigerate. If you miss a day, no need to panic.
In small bowl, ... Stir mixture into starter. Return to ... blueberries, coconut, canned pumpkin, chocolate chips, chopped apples, grated carrot, grated zucchini.
Preheat oven to ... well 2 9″x5″ bread pans. Bake for ... coconut, chopped dates, nuts or chocolate chips. Add to batter just before baking.
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