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Rhodes Rhodes White Bread Dough, 3 count, 3 lbs

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Review 1 for Rhodes White Bread Dough, 3 count, 3 lbs

Best Bread Ever

01/05/2009
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Bread has become very expensive the past year or so. Rhodes is a great value with a price around a $1 per loaf. Baking bread at home is worth it because it is so fresh and delicious when the bread comes hot of the oven. I usually place the bread out on my counter right before I go to bed. My kitchen is cool, so it sometimes has to rise a bit more before baking. My sons come running when the bread comes out of the oven and the two of them can devour a loaf in less than 5 minutes. I like the fact that the bread does not contain any preservatives or artificial ingredients. I like taking hot loaves to neighbors. They think that I made the bread myself.
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Sharon, PA
How to make this great bread in about 90 minutes.
Posted 01/22/2012
1. Start to boil about a quart of water and preheat oven to 170 F.
DEFROSTING
2. Place frozen dough in greased glass loaf pan.
3. Place glass loaf pan with frozen dough in microwave for one minute.
4. Let stand about one minute in the microwave.
5. Microwave from 30 seconds to 45 seconds (checking at 30 seconds) to fully defrost dough
6. Remove and spray or brush with olive oil or vegetable oil or butter
RISING - Do NOT Turn Oven Off
7. Put boiling water in a pan on bottom lowest rack of oven.
8. Place bread on center lower rack above water.
9. With oven on at 170 degrees, let rise for one hour or until dough is one inch above glass pan
BAKING
10. Spray or brush with more olive oil or vegetable oil or butter.
11. Bake at 325 degrees for 25-30 minutes. If top browns too quickly, loosely cover with an aluminum foil tent.
Total time about 90 minutes.
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