Baking Competition Recipes
Thread created on 00:43:42 - 25/12/19 (3 years ago)|Last replied 21:26:37 - 22/12/21 (1 year ago)
All our bread dough was made with a bread machine. Use standard kneading and rising times if you do them by hand. Additionally, being from the USA my measurements are in English, not metric.
Portuguese Sweet Bread
1 1/3 Cups of Milk
4 Tablespoons Butter
1/3 Cup Sugar
1 teaspoon Salt
4 Cups Flour
2 teaspoons yeast
2 Tablespoons milk
Use dough setting on machine. Shape into 3 rounds on cookie sheet and let rise till double.
Brush with GLAZE and bake at 375 for 15 to 20 min
For the rest of the recipes, pictures are faster.
Italian Herb Cheese Bread
Courtesy of Bread Machine Magic c. 1992
Candy Cane Cookies Courtesy of my Mom.
Normally this dough is divided and half dyed red. Rolling and twisting tubes of dough to create candy cane shapes. This dough is very delicate and the cookies break in transport. The docs, though a color swirl didn't quite work, held up to deliveries much better.
Sugar Cookies found on website I don't remember.
This dough is great! You don't need to refrigerate and can roll more than twice!
Banana Nut Bread Courtesy of Better Homes New Cook Book c. 1981
I penciled in alterations. If you use the extra banana make sure you use the extra flour.
English Muffins are not baked. They are cooked in a frying pan/skillet.
If anyone has any questions about these recipes, please feel free to ask.Last edited by AlianaH on 02:16:07 - 25/12/19