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cinnamon bread recipe, didnt like KA one

CuDavid's picture

Hi all, I make the KA one, lots of yeast, liltte rise time, it smelled great looked "ok", tasted "ok", anyone got a better one, my LIMITED bread exoerience has indicated a slow rise, less yeast = a better product, but hey, I could be wrong (ask my 16 year old daughter, she thinks I am ALWAYS wrong!)

Biscuits's picture

(post #63399, reply #1 of 7)

I agree.  Long, slow rises do give a much greater depth of flavor to yeasted products.  That's why I really like the - first rise on counter, punch down, rise over-night in fridge, pan, rise, bake - method best.


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Jean's picture

(post #63399, reply #2 of 7)

By KA do you mean Kitchen Aide (as in their instruction booklet) or King Arthur. The King Arthur site has oodles of interesting cinnamon bread recipes. Check it out.


http://ww2.kingarthurflour.com/cgibin/htmlos.cgi/09122.5.062073019877839786


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Meryl's picture

(post #63399, reply #3 of 7)

I don't have a cinnamon yeast bread, but I do have a great cinnamon quick bread. It's in the T&T folder.


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CuDavid's picture

(post #63399, reply #4 of 7)

Hi, It was the King Arthur recipe out of the newer HC book, sorry fro the confusion, Dave

Biscuits's picture

(post #63399, reply #5 of 7)

You know - as much as I love King Arthur flour, I've found their recipes to be very "eh".  They aren't bad, but they really aren't all that great, either.

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shywoodlandcreature's picture

(post #63399, reply #6 of 7)

I love the cinnamon bread recipe from the Breadbaker's Apprentice. It's not a long-rise bread by any means, but has a nice complexity without being too sweet. If interested, I'll scan and post tonight.





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CuDavid's picture

(post #63399, reply #7 of 7)

Hi, i have the book, I will ck, thanks, dave