Friday, 26 August 2016

A quick rescue

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Making two loaves of GF bread for the week ahead, I must have done something different as within a short space of time, they had gone mad and were in danger of escaping from their tins:
I quickly tore up a thick cardboard foil box, wrapped the strips in foil then inserted them down the sides of the tin to hold up the paper, which had previously collapsed under the flow of bread:
Here they are, baked and with their ears removed for our lunch:
Have a lovely weekend everyone!

10 comments:

  1. Do you think its the heat making them go crazy? They look lovely and airy.

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    1. Don't know. Very airy and tasty.

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  2. They certainly look impressive. I am afraid I cheat with the bread making and use a machine.

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    1. No kneading required. When making one loaf, I do it by hand, if two, I use the mixet.

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  3. Wondering if they keep well?

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    1. We only have eight slices out at a time anyway. Fresh for the first day, toasted after that. These seem the same.

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  4. They look wonderful, I too cheat and use the bread maker unless I am making soda bread xxx

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  5. I often have this happen to my bread. I am hoping for that perfect loaf tomorrow (won't happen but I can wish). I think you did a great job getting the dough back into the pan.

    God bless.

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