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Breads & Rolls

Reheating Coffee Cakes-1

A fresh-from-the-oven coffee cake is a real delight. But it's not always possible to make it first thing in the morning. To recapture that comforting flavor, you can warm individual pieces in the…

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Rise Bread Dough in Oven

If you plan to have your bread dough rise in the oven, try this method. Turn the oven to the lowest setting for just a few minutes, then turn it off. Place the dough in the center of the oven.…

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Rolls Are Ready to Go

Make Maple-Oat Dinner Rolls when you have some time, then let cool. Place in an airtight container with waxed paper between layers; cover. Freeze for up to three months. Thaw in room temperature.…

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Scoring the Top of Bread

Slashing or scoring the top of a bread loaf allows steam to vent and helps prevent cracking. It also gives ordinary-looking bread a pretty appearance. For more interest, make slashes in a…

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Secrets for Success with Bread Machines

Before beginning, carefully read your bread machine owner's manual.

All liquid ingredients should be at room temperature (70° to 80°). This includes water, milk, yogurt, juice,…

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Secrets for Success with Sweet Yeast Breads

Use butter, stick margarine (with at least 80% oil) or shortening. Do not use light or whipped butter, diet spread or tub margarine.

Measure ingredients accurately, using the measuring tools…

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Secrets for Successful Biscuits and Scones

Use cold butter, cold stick margarine (with at least 80% oil) or shortening. Cut in butter or shortening only until mixture resembles coarse crumbs.

Stir dry ingredients together with a fork…

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Secrets for Successful Quick Breads

Measure ingredients accurately, using the measuring tools and techniques suggested.

Before preheating the oven, arrange the oven racks so that the bread will bake in the center of the…

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Secrets for Successful Savory Yeast Breads

Use butter, stick margarine (with at least 80% oil) or shortening. Do not use light or whipped butter, diet spread or tub margarine.

Measure ingredients accurately using the measuring tools…

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Secrets for Successful Sourdough Starters

Starters contain acid that can react with metal, so only prepare sourdough starters in nonmetallic bowls. Be sure to use a large bowl since the starter will significantly increase in volume and…

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