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Unread 04-23-2013, 10:37 AM   #16
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That looks very interesting... I'd have to give it a try.
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Would you mind sharing the recipe for the grill bread?

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Looks good to me.
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I want some of that!!!! What kinda flavor does it have?
I would suggest it has a sweet taste with a cayenne after taste.
We tried some in a frypan and it was nearly as good.

After some help on recipe here and from a work mate I will be making them from scratch like below.
1kg parts minced Pork
1/2kg minced beef

1 egg white
Minced Garlic to taste,4 tsp.
1/2 tsp. salt
1tsp baking soda
2 tsp. ground black pepper
1 tsp. cayenne pepper
1/2 tsp. paprika
1 onion, finely chopped
chopped parsley to taste.
Tad of water to mix it if needed
Using our Flat bread, recipe to follow
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That is some good looking grub Titch
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Would you mind sharing the recipe for the grill bread?

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Hope metric is cool.

250 ml Milk
100 ml Plain Yoghurt
1 Egg Yolk
2 Tbls Oil
1 tspn Salt
3/4 Tbls Sugar
4 cups Bread flour
1 tspn Bread improver ( preference is yours on whether you use it or not )
2 1/4 tspn Tandaco Yeast, (Dry packet Yeast )


This freezes very well after the first rising
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Love it! That looks so appetizing!
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Hope metric is cool.

250 ml Milk
100 ml Plain Yoghurt
1 Egg Yolk
2 Tbls Oil
1 tspn Salt
3/4 Tbls Sugar
4 cups Bread flour
1 tspn Bread improver ( preference is yours on whether you use it or not )
2 1/4 tspn Tandaco Yeast, (Dry packet Yeast )


This freezes very well after the first rising
Man your recipe is like working on the car, I'm going to have to break out both tool chests
I think I'll give it a shot in the next few days and surprise the family.

Oh whats Bread improver?
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http://www.squidoo.com/what-is-bread-improver

Broadly speaking anything you add to a bread recipe that improves the bread could be called a "bread improver". The term is most commonly used to describe a range of natural or chemical additives that speed up the process of dough development.

Bread improver is especially important in large scale bread production but is also often found in bread machine pre-mixes and other recipes baked in the home kitchen. Bread improver may also be known by other names such as yeast improver, yeast food, dough enhancer, dough conditioner or bread enhancer.

For the home baker looking for a way to make even better bread at home there are plenty of choices. You can even find improvers made from entirely natural ingredients that are good for you as well as your bread.
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http://www.squidoo.com/what-is-bread-improver

Broadly speaking anything you add to a bread recipe that improves the bread could be called a "bread improver". The term is most commonly used to describe a range of natural or chemical additives that speed up the process of dough development.

Bread improver is especially important in large scale bread production but is also often found in bread machine pre-mixes and other recipes baked in the home kitchen. Bread improver may also be known by other names such as yeast improver, yeast food, dough enhancer, dough conditioner or bread enhancer.

For the home baker looking for a way to make even better bread at home there are plenty of choices. You can even find improvers made from entirely natural ingredients that are good for you as well as your bread.
I hope you got the humor of metric/standard
I'll just skip the improver
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I hope you got the humor of metric/standard
I'll just skip the improver
Yep got that, that's how I spend most of my time here, Googling words and measurements
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OK, you got me, count me in for a couple of Titch's ground up wiener looking thingy's. They do look tasty.
Well ur busty avatar does say it all. I'm gonna try my hand at these I do believe. The cevap I mean.
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Bread or dough improver is a mixture of diastatic malt powder, vital wheat gluten and starches designed to increase yeast health and bread texture. It is a good thing to use for certain breads, especially whole wheat and rye, at it improves the texture and spring.
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only one quistion . How much bakeing powder . The rest i can wing
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Bread or dough improver is a mixture of diastatic malt powder, vital wheat gluten and starches designed to increase yeast health and bread texture. It is a good thing to use for certain breads, especially whole wheat and rye, at it improves the texture and spring.
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