I ate lunch there today and love the bread they use. I know they make it fresh every day, as an ex-manager showed me the BIG can of yeast, saying it was made from scratch. It's always chewy and full of air bubbles, almost like English muffins. I saw the little pans too, as wondered how they got the shape. I've seen little cake pans that would work great. Thanks for any help.
I didn't know they were still in business! I loved that bread! They all closed around here. I'll be watching for that reicpe too!
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This recipe is from Food.com. I know there is also a recipe on Allrecipes.com. I haven't tried either one, but keep intending to. I love, love that bread. I wish they would just sell me some!
If you try this, let us know how it turns out.
I have had the same recipe that Carolyn posted since May 2001! I've never made it but I always am tempted. If you do make it, please give a review of it.
I love Scholotzsky's and it's a good thing one isn't closer to me or I'd be a regular. Their pumpernickle bread is also great.
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1/2 cup lukewarm water1 tablespoon granulated sugar1 package yeast3/4 cup lukewarm milk1/2 teaspoon salt1/4 teaspoon baking soda2 1/2 cups bread flour (all-purpose will work)Cornmeal
Stir water, sugar and yeast together and set aside.
Dissolve baking soda in 1/2 tablespoon warm water in medium bowl. Add warm milk, salt and 1 cup flour; beat till smooth. Beat in yeast mixture and remaining flour (batter will be thick and sticky, but not as thick as normal bread batter).
Spray two pie pans with cooking spray and dust with cornmeal. Divide dough and place in pie pans, cover and let rise for 1 hour.
Preheat oven to 375 degrees F and bake for 20 minutes till golden. Cool 1 hour and cut in 4ths.
I lovehome made bread so I "popped" in and copied this one! Thanks, Chris
Thanks everyone! I'll be trying them out this weekend and let you know next week. I ate there today. It's not close to where I live, but I just have to go there sometimes. The one that was closer, closed a couple of years ago. I think toasted with some PB & J would be good on them too! I like their pizzas too and it's the same dough.
I baked this up this morning and it is very good. Served it along side of a bowl of homemade soup, I am happy I tried this out. Thanks for posting.
geejudyI baked this up this morning and it is very good.
Thanks so much for letting us know.
I am always looking for new Yeast recipes in whatever form I can find. I want to check this one out.
Geejudy - thanks for letting us know you liked it. Looking forward to Kathy's review as well.
It was very good. I am thinking, though, that it is one of those recipes that is best the day baked, will find out, my son took the leftover soup and one whole round loaf to his girlfriends yesterday for lunch. Knowing him he would heat it in some way to freshen it up. But it was great freshly baked, if I can remember to ask him and post here will.
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