|Women's Institute: Bread|
|by Liz Herbert|
Bread is a lot easier to make than many people think. Women's Institute Bread starts by taking the reader through all the stages of bread making, ...
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Soak raisin with 1/8 ... bowl tear sliced bread, in separate bowl mix milk, 1/2 cup ... water on top. Serve hot or cold. Great with vanilla ice cream!!!
Place the bread into cubes or ... and mix. Add milk and continue to ... liquid and become soaked. Bake in ... Allow to cool slightly. Makes 6 to 8 servings.
Mix well and ... hours. To remove bread from cans (cut ... with sugar and cinnamon; heated in oven is a perfect treat for afternoon tea. Makes 4 loaves.
Place cubed bread, raisins and almonds in milk to soak. Beat eggs ... bake at 350 degrees for 2 hours. Place casserole in a pan of water in oven. Serves 12.
Two envelopes of yeast make the bread rise more quickly ... frothy. Scald the milk, add the ... bread is somewhat sweet so it is perfect for this treatment.
Blanch the leaves ... stock for about twenty minutes. Allow to cool. Remove the thread, dip in egg and bread crumbs and fry in hot fat to a golden brown.
Scald milk, then pour over bread and raisins. While ... glass dish, bake at 325 degrees. Test with knife, if it comes out clean, all done! 4-6 servings.
Soak bread and coconut in 2 cups of milk and can of ... for 3 to 5 minutes, then pour into dish. Bake at 425 degrees for 20 minutes. Use a 2 quart dish.
Pour hot milk over broken bread in a large ... of bread until I have enough to make the pudding. Leftover cake, cornbread, doughnuts, etc. could be used.
Arrange bread in bottom of ... or until set and lightly brown. Pour Rum Sauce over pudding. Pinch holes in pudding with a fork so sauce can soak inside.
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