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|How To Bake Nigerian Bread? by dreeldee: 6:12pm On Sep 24, 2009|
Please can somebody in here be nice enough to teach me how to bake some good Nigerian bread Amaka, anyone? I'm craving one right now
|Re: How To Bake Nigerian Bread? by AmakaOne(f): 3:27pm On Sep 28, 2009|
15 ml sugar
190 ml warm water
1 x 10 g packet active yeast
750 ml flour
65 ml sugar
65 ml oil
10 ml coarse salt
1 egg yolk
Preheat the oven to 190 °C.
Dissolve sugar in warm water, add dry yeast and let stand for 10 minutes.
In a food processor, place flour, sugar and salt.
Add oil and eggs.
To processor add oil, eggs and yeast mixture and turn it on for 1 minute (if sticky, add more flour).
Place mixture in a large bowl, cover and let it rise (2 hours) in a warm place.
Punch down and roll into logs and place into loaf pans
Bake for 30 to 40 minutes( you may have to cover the breads with foil to stop them from browning to much after 15 or 20 minutes.)
|Re: How To Bake Nigerian Bread? by dominique(f): 10:33pm On Sep 28, 2009|
is this the recipe for agege bread?
|Re: How To Bake Nigerian Bread? by tehigal: 4:21pm On Jun 08, 2011|
|Re: How To Bake Nigerian Bread? by tehigal: 4:25pm On Jun 08, 2011|
AmakaOne dnt mind dominique, u try no be small.
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