|Starters with Style|
|by Arabella Boxer|
Designed for busy cooks who like to serve food with panache but with little fuss, this book covers starters.
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On Day 1: ... friends. Save remaining starter for yourself. In ... chopped nuts and/or chocolate chips (1/2 cup each) may be added to batter before baking.
Making the starter: Soften active ... batch to bake Amish Friendship Bread or use ... wooden or plastic spoon until smooth. Do this once each day. Repeat.
Dissolve yeast in ... cup of the starter to use in friendship mixture. To keep ... the refrigerator. Use in 10 days to begin another friendship mixture.
Note: Do not ... temperature. After the starter has been going ... to make 3 Amish Friendship Fruit Cakes, give ... until ready for use, or drain and freeze.
Mix all ingredients together. Dough will be sticky. Let rise to double in size. Add a small amount of flour and knead 10 minutes. Form into loaf or ...
In a small ... and add to starter. Let stand ... to make the Amish Friendship Cake. NOTE: This ... Cool 10 minutes before turning out on a rack to cool.
Combine ingredients in ... about 4 cups starter. Give 1 ... Use one in Amish Friendship Bread recipe (below ... removing from pan. See also: Herman Starter
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 ...
Combine ingredients in ... flour, 1 cup milk and 1 cup sugar. You should have 4 cups of starter. keep two cups for yourself and give a cup to two friends.
Dissolve yeast in ... Reserve 1 cup starter; pour remaining ... containers, to give away to friends if desired. Starter is enough for 8 loaves of bread.
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