Yield: 1 Servings
|5 cups||Bread flour; to 5 1/2 C, or|
|All-Purpose Flour; Approx|
|2 packs||Dry yeast|
|½ cup||Nonfat dry milk|
|1¼ cup||Hot Water; (120 - 130 Deg)|
|3 tablespoons||Butter; room temp.|
I don't have this sized down for my machine... but here is the recipe from my book of 'regular' bread recipies... as for sour dough muffins... I would assume you would need to add your proper starter to the recipe.
AGAIN... THIS IS NOT SIZED FOR BREAD MACHINES! I have put it here to help you compare recipies!!!
Griddle or baking sheet = 1 heavy metal, electric, or soapsonte griddle, or heavy skillet, or baking sheet
1) In a large mixing or mixer bowl measure 3 cups flour, and the dry ingredients. Stir to blend together. Add the butter to the hot water and pour into the dry ingredients. Beat for 2 minutes with the mixer flat beater, or 150 strokes with a wooden spoon. Add the egg. Stir in the remaining flour, ¼ c at a time, until the dough is a rough, shaggy mass.
If using a mixer, change to the dough hook.
2) Turn the dough onto a floured work surface and knead with a strong push-turn-fold motion until the dough is smooth, elastic, and feels alive under your hands. Inthe mixer, the dough will clean the sides of the bowl and form a ball around the hook and move with it. If the dough sould continue to be sticky, add liberal sprinkles of flour. Knead for 10 minutes.
3) Pat the ball fo dough with lightly greased fingertips and place in a bowl. Cover with plastic wrap and set aside at room temperature to double in size, about 1 hour.
4) Punch down the dough, knead for 30 seconds, and set aside to rest for 1 minutes. Sprinkle the work surface with cornmeal and turn the dough onto it. Roll out the dough until it is ¼" thick. If it resists the rolling pin and pulls back, let it rest for 1 or 2 minutes. Cut into 3" round (4" for eggs Benedict) with a cookie cutter.
5) Sprinkle the work surface with cornmeal and put the rounds under a towel. Let rise until they are doubled in size to about ½" thick, 45 minutes.
6) Heat the electric griddle to 325 deg. or preheat teh oven to 450 deg 20 minutes before baking.
7) Bake the muffins for 2 min on each side. Do not cook fast, so avoid the hot center of the griddle; place the muffins around the sides of the griddle. Reduce heat and bake for 6 additional minutes on each side or a total of about
16 minutes. Don't scorch.
8) If using th oven, place the cut muffins on teh baking sheet and bake for 15 min, turning them over after 6 or 7 minutes. They will rise and swell to look rather like puffballs. (if using a convection oven, reduce heat 50 deg.)
9) Remove the muffins fromt eh griddle ro baking sheet. Cool on a metal rack before toasting. Pull apart with the tines of a fork, or the fingers, to toast.
These freeze well and keep for months inthe deep freeze at 0 deg.
** Lynn *;-) >From: Lee/Lynn Lightfoot <72730.1006@...> From: Bread-Bakers Archives: ftp.best.com/pub/reggie/archives/bread/recipe