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  • Amish Friendship Bread

    Anyone Have A Starter Recipe And Recipes For The Bread? Tia.
    SHEL

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    Re: Amish Friendship Bread

    I have not tried this before but my friend has and loves it......


    www.worldfamousrecipes.org/2007/11/20/amish-friendship-bread

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    • #3
      Re: Amish Friendship Bread

      Every few months, DH's boss gives me a starter. I tried to do it, just can't make myself do it right. If I get some soon, I'll see if you still need one and send it to you. I'll ask him to ask his boss to ask his wife.

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        Re: Amish Friendship Bread

        [QUOTE=nuisance;276719]Every few months, DH's boss gives me a starter. I tried to do it, just can't make myself do it right. If I get some soon, I'll see if you still need one and send it to you. I'll ask him to ask his boss to ask his wife.[/QUOTE]

        think it can ship from texas to michigan and be ok. i need some for next month. i like to have coffee and some sort of treat out for the guys when they are working in the fields.
        SHEL

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        • #5
          Re: Amish Friendship Bread

          [QUOTE=kirkland;276707]I have not tried this before but my friend has and loves it......


          www.worldfamousrecipes.org/2007/11/20/amish-friendship-bread[/QUOTE]

          thanks. just what i am looking for.
          SHEL

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          • #6
            Re: Amish Friendship Bread

            this is the recipe that i use. it comes out really well. the only thing i do different is, i bake it in 4 small loaf pans. (the pampered chef stoneware mini loaf pan)


            1 cup starter
            1 cup vegetable oil
            1/2 cup milk
            3 eggs
            1 teaspoon vanilla extract
            2 cups flour
            1 cup sugar
            1-1/2 teaspoons baking powder
            2 teaspoons cinnamon
            1/2 teaspoon salt
            1 cup chopped nuts
            1 (large box) instant vanilla pudding
            Mix the starter, oil, milk, eggs, and vanilla. In a second bowl, mix
            the flour, sugar, baking powder, cinnamon, salt, baking soda, nuts,
            and vanilla pudding. Combine the two mixtures together and stir well.
            Pour into two large, well greased and sugared loaf pans. Bake at 325
            degrees for 1 hour

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