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                           PORTUGUESE CORN BREAD
 
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 Serving Size  : 24   Preparation Time :0:00
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   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
 --------  ------------  --------------------------------
                         -----1 1/2 pound loaf-----
    1 1/2   ts           Active dry yeast
    1       tb           Sugar
    2       c            Bread flour
    1       tb           Olive oil
    1 1/2   ts           Salt
    9       oz           Warm water
    1 1/2   c            Cornmeal
                         -----1 pound loaf-----
    1       t            Active dry yeast
    2       ts           Sugar
    1 1/4   c            Bread flour
    2       ts           Olive oil
    1       t            Salt
    6       oz           Warm water
    1       c            Cornmeal
                         See notes in directions
 
   SOURCE:  Quick & Delicious Bread Machine Recipes by
   Norma A. Garrett, copyright 1993, ISBN #0-8069-8812-6.
   Formatted into MM by Ursula R. Taylor. Here is a good,
   dense, corn bread with a crunchy texture and rich
   flavor. It is very good with soup or with butter and
   jelly or jam. NOTES: 1. For Panasonic/National
   machines, use 3 tsp. of yeast for the 1 1/2 pound
   loaf. 2.  For DAK/Welbilt machines, use 2 additional
   tablespoons of warm water for the 1 1/2 pound loaf.
   
    NUTRITIONAL ANALYSIS: 1 1/2 pound loaf: total
   calories - 1829, total protein - 49 gm, total
   carbohydrates - 353 gm, total fat - 25 gm, total
   saturated fat - 3 gm, total cholesterol - 0 mg, total
   sodium - 3258 mg, total fibre - 25 gm, % calories from
   fat - 12%. 1 pound loaf: total calories - 1178, total
   protein ~ 31 gm, total carbohydrates - 227 gm, total
   fat - 16 gm, total saturated fat - 2 gm, total
   cholesterol - 0 mg, total sodium - 2179 mg, total
   fibre - 16 gm, % calories from fat - 13%. > Submitted
   By K12RCWLD@VAXA.HOFSTRA.EDU On 23 JUN 1995 071439
   ~0500
  
 
 
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