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from Tipperary, Ireland Serves 6 7 cups All-purpose Flour 2 tsp Cardamom, ground 1 cup Milk 1 cup Sugar Ĺ tsp Salt 2 packets Dry Yeast 2 Eggs 1 stick Unsalted Butter 4 tbsp Powdered Sugar Take a pan and heat milk in it, donít boil. Take a bowl and pour the hot milk in it. Add sugar, salt, and grounded cardamom. Mix well. Add yeast and stir till it dissolves. Add one beaten egg in it and mix well again. Now, put half of the all-purpose flour in it and mix well with a wooden spoon, making sure that no lumps are formed. Add the remaining half of the flour and mix well again. In a saucepan, melt a stick of butter and add it to the prepared dough. Knead the dough till it turns smooth and elastic. Keep the dough in a bowl, cover it with a clean cloth and leave it for about 2 hours. Divide the dough into 2 large pieces and then further divide each piece into 3 equal parts. Roll them into strips and make into a braid. Do it with the other half of the dough as well. Now, line a cookie sheet with parchment paper and place the breads on the sheet, side by side. Cover and let them rise for another 1 hour. After an hour, beat an egg and brush it on top of the loaves. Sprinkle powdered sugar on top and put the breads in preheated oven, at a temperature of 375 degrees F. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes. Remove from oven, cool down a bit and enjoy.

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from Tipperary, Ireland

Serves 6

7 cups
All-purpose Flour
2 tsp
Cardamom, ground
1 cup
Milk
1 cup
Sugar
Ĺ tsp
Salt
2 packets
Dry Yeast
2
Eggs
1 stick
Unsalted
Butter
4 tbsp
Powdered
Sugar

Take a
pan and heat milk in it, donít boil.

Take a bowl and pour the
hot milk in it. Add sugar, salt, and grounded cardamom. Mix well.

Add
yeast and stir till it dissolves. Add one beaten egg in it and mix well again.

Now, put half of the
all-purpose
flour in it and mix well with a wooden spoon, making sure that no lumps are formed.

Add the remaining half of the
flour and mix well again.

In a
saucepan, melt a stick of butter and add it to the prepared dough. Knead the dough till it turns smooth and elastic.

Keep the
dough in a bowl, cover it with a clean cloth and leave it for about 2 hours.

Divide the
dough into 2 large pieces and then further divide each piece into 3 equal parts.

Roll them into strips and make into a braid. Do it with the other half of the
dough as well.

Now,
line a cookie sheet with parchment paper and place the breads on the sheet, side by side.

Cover and let them rise for another 1 hour.

After an hour,
beat an egg and brush it on top of the loaves.

Sprinkle
powdered
sugar on top and put the breads in preheated oven, at a temperature of 375 degrees F.

Bake for 20 to 25 minutes.

Remove from oven, cool down a bit and enjoy.



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from Saratoga Springs, United States wrote:0  0

It seems like there is way too little moisture in this recipe. I tried it twice, thinking I had done something wrong the first time around, and got the same results....maybe I did the same thing wrong both times.
1 starsFebruary 26, 2012


 
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