|English Bread and Yeast Cooking|
|by Elizabeth David|
An inspired collection of recipes includes informative essays on the history and traditions of bread making and provides American equivalents in r...
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1. Place wet ingredients in measure ... and knead again. 6. Divide into 2 well greased loaf pans and let rise again. 7. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
Cut shortening into dry ingredients. Add eggs to dry mixture. Refrigerate (can be overnight). Roll out; cut out kolaches, let rise, make center, fill ...
Set yeast to dissolve in ... double in size. Punch down, allow to rise a second time. Form into loaves or rolls (crusty and delicious!). Oven 425 degrees.
Mix dry ingredients in bowl. Combine wet ingredients well. Add ... rise 1 hour. Bake on 400°F for 15-20 minutes. Melt 1 stick of butter; brush onto tops.
In a very ... edge of the yeast liquid. Meanwhile, in ... surface clean of wet dough frequently makes ... center won't be wet and doughy, but steamy dry.
Place in microwave. ... in this). Mix wet to dry ingredients ... doubled. Brush tops with melted butter. Bake 20 minutes at 350 degrees. Makes 2 dozen or more.
Mix and add 10 cups flour. Mix together until all flour is used up, turn on floured board and knead for a while. Place back in crock bowl that has ...
Preheat oven to ... and honey. Mix yeast and water. Add ... into loaves, put in pans, cover, and let rise for 1 1/4 hours. Bake loaves for 40-50 minutes.
In a large ... machine receptacle, combine wet (next 4) ingredients. ... wet ingredients. Sprinkle yeast on top of ... hold the loaf together for slicing.
Mix yeast with warm water. ... oil, place a wet dish towel over ... several days as long as you remember to punch down each morning and keep the towel wet.
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