Pao doce (portuguese sweet bread)e12/96
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Pao doce (portuguese sweet bread)e12/96
  Portuguese    Sweet  
Last updated 6/12/2012 12:47:40 AM. Recipe ID 8469. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Pao doce (portuguese sweet bread)e12/96
 Categories: Breads, Kwc, Portuguese
      Yield: 2 Loaves
      2 oz Water, warm
      1 oz Sugar
    1/4 oz Yeast

MMMMM------------------ADD; LET RISE TIL DOUBLE-----------------------
      4 oz Mashed Potato, warm

MMMMM---------------------BEAT IN MIXER BOWL--------------------------
      3 ea Eggs

MMMMM-----------------------ADD GRADUALLY----------------------------
      6 oz Sugar
      2 oz Butter, melted

MMMMM----------------ADD YEAST MIXTURE; MIX WELL---------------------

MMMMM-------------------ADD & BEAT UNTIL MIXED------------------------
      8 oz Bread Flour
      2 oz Milk, scalded, cool
      1 ts Salt

MMMMM------------------ADD, TO GET PROPER DOUGH-----------------------
      8 oz Bread Flour; may take 12oz
  Follow heading directions. Let dough rise til double. Punch down and
  shape into rolls or loaves. Rolls should be 1 1/2oz - 2oz. This
  recipe will do 2 = 1 1/2lb loaves. Bake on greased bread pans or pie
  tins. The tops of the bread can be brushed with an egg wash and
  sprinkled with the large crystal sugar(coarse looks like pretzel salt
  in appearance). Bake until done. at 350 degrees.
  Note:  This is a good way to use up leftover mashed potatoes. Just
  warm them a little in the microwave. Note: Make sure the potatoes
  have a good flavor before you mix them in. This way it will not pull
  away from the other flavors and end up with a bland bread.
  This is very good if done correctly. chefs JDE/KWC during T-lee years.

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Recipe ID 8469 (Apr 03, 2005)

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