|Art of Quick Breads|
|by Beth Hensperger|
Fresh, welcoming and phenomenally easy to prepare, quick breads offer a flexible way for busy cooks to serve homemade bread with every meal.
Tip: Try made french bread for more results.
1 - 10 of 16 for hand made french bread
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This is an old French recipe handed down ... measure. If on hand, sliced hard-boiled ... Slice the french bread and use it ... with your favorite wine.
Cook your favorite pasta according to package directions; drain and set aside. Combine mayonnaise or salad dressing with milk or wine. Stir in soup. ...
In a jar, ... torn pieces of bread and garlic cloves ... dressing, tossing salad to distribute dressing to all leaves. Allow salad to sit for half hour.
Cover the table with multiple thicknesses of newspaper, with extra newspapers at the center. In an enormous cooking pot bring half a potful of water ...
Slice French bread in half lengthwise. ... with string (dental floss works well and serves a double purpose) or they'll fall apart and make an AWFUL mess!
I use a ... bowl. Mix by hand. Then mix ... temperature to 350 degrees and check at 5 minute intervals for a nice hollow "thump." Cool as usual on wire racks.
Long kneading gives this the characteristics of Italian-and-French loaves. 1. Sprinkle ... well with the hands. Roll the ... it touch the bread; prop it ... to Italian Bread recipe.
Test water on ... covered board. Grease hands with just a ... make heavy tough bread. Kneading is ... softer crust. For French style loaves, add ... braided into 2 loaves.
In a large bowl, soak bread in milk, water, ... eggs well by hand or at low ... well by hand. Pour into baking dish. Bake 1 hour. Makes 12 to 16 servings.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Tear bread into small pieces, ... let soak. Wash hands and swish bread ... lemon peel, grated, and 1 tablespoon lemon juice.
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