Category Archives for Breads

Babka Recipe – Ukrainian Sweet Bread

If you are subscribing to my weekly newsletter, you know that my friend Christine is hosting a boy from the Ukraine this summer. I thought it would be fun to give a few Ukrainian recipes a try. Let’s start today with a sweet bread called Babka. Ukrainian Babka Recipe 2 teaspoons sugar 1/2 cup warm […]

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60 Minute Rolls

These are something we ALWAYS have on holidays, and they are quick enough to have for Sunday dinner, as well! 2/3 cup white sugar (plus 2 T) 3 eggs 2 cups milk 2 yeast packets OR 2 T yeast 2 tsp salt ¼ cup warm water 5 to 7  cups flour ½ cup (1 stick) […]

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Kingdom of Heaven Bread

Old Fashioned Overnight Bread Ingredients: 1 teaspoon active dry yeast 3 cups white flour 1 teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon oil 1-1/2 cup water… more or less Mix all ingredients together, and allow to rise for 12-14 hours. (you may refrigerate it up to 12 hours before setting out to rise) Punch down, and turn into […]

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Homemade Stuffing

There are as many stuffing or (as we call it down here in the south) dressing recipes out there as there are cooks. Here’s one I like that’s based on bread. Most of the time, I end up making cornbread dressing, but this particular homemade stuffing made with bread is very good as well. You […]

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Good Ol’ Dumplin’s

1c.flour, 2t. baking powder pinch of salt,1 egg (beaten) 1/2c milk. Sift your flour, baking powder,salt.Add your milk and egg,stir down good, drop by spoonfuls over mixture. Put these over boiling gravy or whatever your making, If you do leave covered for 20 min.

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30 Minute Buns

1 1/4 c warm water 2 Tbsp yeast 1/3 c. oil 2 Tbsp honey 1 tsp salt 1 egg 3 1/2 c. whole wheat flour Sprinkle yeast in water. Allow to foam. Add in the rest of the ingrediants and mix well, kneading just a few minutes. Roll out to 3/4″ thick and cut into […]

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Beer Bread

Made a recipe that called for 12 oz of dark beer. The only can of dark beer I could find was 24 oz. I told the clerk “now to figure out what to do with the other 12 oz since I don’t drink beer” She told me to use it for beer bread. Oh, was […]

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