Yes i would love a copy of thank-you.. (04/21/2005)
Yes! Please do submit it. I have several friends who would love to taste it!! (04/21/2005)
yes, please and also the recipe for the bread
yes please (04/21/2005)
Yes ,Please I had it a long time ago and would love to have it again!!!! Thank you. (04/21/2005)
I would love this recipe also! Thank you so much! (04/21/2005)
Yes! I would love it! Thanks in advance. (04/21/2005)
yes,please i would like this recipe. thank you (04/21/2005)
1 pkg active dry yeast
1/4 cup warm water (110 degrees)
1 cup all-purpose flour
1 cup sugar
1 cup warm milk (110 degrees)
STARTER FOOD: (Feed every five days)
1 cup all purpose flour
1 cup sugar
1 cup milk
In a small bowl,soften yeast in water for about 10 minutes. Stir well. In a 2 quart glass,plastic or ceramic container, combine flour and sugar. Mix thoroughly or the flour will lump when the milk is added. Slowly stir in warm milk and softened yeast mixture. Cover loosely and let stand at room temperature until bubbly. Refrigerate. Consider this DAY 1 of the 10 day cycle.
DAYS 2 through 4; STIR WITH A SPOON.
DAY 5: to feed, blend flour and sugar in a small bowl; slowly mix in milk with a spoon, whisk or hand mixer. Stir mixture into starter. Return to refrigerator.
DAYS 6 through 9: Stir.
DAY 10 (which becomes day 1 for the next series): Feed again.
NOTE; Consider the 10 day cycle a guide; it doesn't need to be followed exactly. If you need more starter,feed it more often. The starter is a yeast culture and will grow when fed. To hasten growth, leave starter at room temperature for several hours. After feeding the starter, choose from the following OPTIONS: Return starter to refrigerator, OR remove what you need for baking and leave at room temperature until very bubbly. Return remainder to refrigerator and continue to follow the 10 day cycle. If you are getting too much, cut the food in half on one feeding. Don't let starter drop below 1 cup because rejuvinating it to usable amounts takes several days. OR Measure out 1 cup lots to give to friends or put in the freezer. Smaller batches thaw more easily OR Use some for baking and freeze or give some away. Be sure to keep at least 1 cup in the refrigerator to feed or in the freezer for use later. Frozen starter takes at least 3 hours at room temperature to thaw and come to life. Then it behaves like fresh.
TO MAKE AMISH CINNAMON BREAD;
1 cup starter
1 cup oil
1 cup sugar
2 teaspoons vanilla
2 teaspoons soda
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 3oz box instant vanilla pudding
2 cups all purpose flour
2 teaspoons cinnamon
1 cup chopped pecans
1 cup chopped apples
1 cup raisins (optional)
Place starter in a large bowl. Add oil,sugar,eggs and vanilla.Combine soda,baking powder,instant pudding,flour and cinnamon. Add to starter mixture. Beat by hand. Add pecans,apples and raisins,if desired. Mix well. Pour into two greased loaf pans. Bake at 325 degrees for 1 hour. (Just out of curiosity let me know how FAR out of Kentucky this OLD FAVORITE RECIPE goes.) Glad to share it! (04/21/2005)
By Sharon Shearer
I'd love to have the recipe! Please post it. (05/03/2005)
By misa's mom
OH YES PLEASE SEND ME THE STARTER FOR THE AMISH FRIENDSHIP STARTER, HAD IT YEARS AGO AND LOVED IT. LOST IN WHEN I MOVED. THANKS (06/30/2005)
By GRACE OSPEDALE-COLON
please send recipe and phone number to call for questions, thanks (12/13/2005)
By sondra48monroe at hotmail.com
This starter can be frozen in 1 cup zip bags, for up to 6 months. When you get down to the last bag, start over from the beginning, as if the starter was new. (12/20/2005)
Does Anyone know what the effects are of substituting soy milk for dairy milk in this recipe? I don't keep milk on hand and i need to feed my starter.... (01/27/2006)
I would like to have the starter for Amish Cinnamon Bread that the person from Sharon, Kentucky has. I would appreciate it very much if she could send it as soon as possible as I would like to make this bread for our family and share it with them on our family vacation. Thank you so much! (05/31/2006)
By MrsK.N. Grimes
I would love a starter I had one and lost it.
Does anyone know if you are not here on Day 10 to finish the bread would it be alright to do it 2 days later? I am going out of town and won't have an oven to cook it. Please let me know. THANKS!! (07/31/2007)
Would it be alright to either divide it a day or 2 early or leave it 2 days longer. Please let me know! Thanks, Jenn (07/31/2007)
Thank you so much! I've been looking for this recipe forever! (08/11/2007)
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