Sweet Bread

Sweet Bread

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Stan Robison


This is a recipe handed down from my grandmother, and my father baked these on Sundays with a big meal. They are really amazing.


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24 rolls
2 Hr
25 Min


How to Make Sweet Bread


  1. Mix yeast and sugar.
    Heat milk to 120 degrees add to yeast and sugar.
    let set for 10 minutes
  2. start melting butter.
    add flour one cup at a time mixing as you go.
    after 2 cups flour, add melted butter, mix
  3. add a 1/4 teaspoon salt to slow process.
    finish adding flour, spread flour on kneading surface
    and knead for 15 miutes.
    Let rise for one hour.
  4. Knock down and make sweet rolls, parkerhouse rolls, bread by loaf or even a sweet treat of cinnamon rolls.
    Once in pan let rise for one more hour.

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About Sweet Bread

Course/Dish: Sweet Breads
Main Ingredient: Bread
Regional Style: American

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