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    • Anadama Bread Mix

      Anadama Bread Mix

      MIX ( FOR 2 LOAVES)
      9 cup Flour
      1 1/2 cup Yellow cornmeal
      2 3/4 tsp Salt

      -For 2 loaves( all of mix )
      2 pack Dry yeast
      2 1/2 cup Warm water
      3/4 cup Molasses
      1 Stick softened margarine
      Additional flour if needed


      Measure all into large Vacuum Seal Bag:
      9 cup Flour
      1 1/2 cup Yellow cornmeal
      2 3/4 tsp Salt
      Additional Ingredients:
      -For 2 loaves( all of mix )
      2 pack Dry yeast
      2 1/2 cup Very Warm water
      3/4 cup Molasses
      1 Stick softened margarine
      Additional flour if needed

      Add yeast to 1/2 of Dry mix, be sure to stir well. Add water, molasses and margarine, and blend completely. Let sit 5-7 minutes. Continue adding remaining mix until a stiff dough forms.

      Knead well, place in greased bowl, covered on a warm surface until doubled. (About 2 hours).

      Divide in half, Roll each piece into a 9 x 14 inch rectangle and roll up from short end to form a loaf, be sure to tuck the ends under & place dough in greased loaf pans. Allow dough to rise again until doubled.
      Bake @ 375 oven for 45-50 minutes (Crust will be deep brown)

      Submitted by Gary
      Comments 1 Comment
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        Pilotrep -
        What is anadama bread? This is one I have never heard of.


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