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Thread: Hawaiian Bread

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    Hawaiian Bread

    This is for a 1 lb. loaf

    Mash 1 overripe banana in a 1 cup measuring cup. Finish filling with crushed pineapple.

    1 egg
    1/4 cup of milk
    tsp. of salt
    1/3 cup of sugar
    cup of potato flakes
    3 cups of bread flour
    4 tbsp. margarine
    1 tsp. quick yeast

    Add ingredients according to you machines instructions.
    I let the machine do the work then take it out and put in pan for final rising....bake in oven. Great toasted with pb on it :)

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    I love Hawaiian bread.

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    Do you spread the filling on the dough and roll it up, or do you mix it in? Would definitely like to try this:) Am always looking for ways to use up over-ripe bananas!

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    Don't have a bread machine but love to bake my own bread. Can this one be done without a machine? You didn't give baking degrees and time.

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    Oh My Gosh! Sounds delicious.

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    Looks great, baking bread season is around the corner. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vat
    Don't have a bread machine but love to bake my own bread. Can this one be done without a machine? You didn't give baking degrees and time.
    I bake my bread at 350 for 20 -25 min. I have not done this by hand but don't see why you can't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limey
    Do you spread the filling on the dough and roll it up, or do you mix it in? Would definitely like to try this:) Am always looking for ways to use up over-ripe bananas!
    Doesn't it all get mixed together, did not even think of filling. Now I wonder which way is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by judylg
    Quote Originally Posted by Limey
    Do you spread the filling on the dough and roll it up, or do you mix it in? Would definitely like to try this:) Am always looking for ways to use up over-ripe bananas!
    Doesn't it all get mixed together, did not even think of filling. Now I wonder which way is it?
    Yes, it all gets mixed together...hope you enjoy!

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    MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM!

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    Yummy....thanks!!!

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    Thanks!

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    I made it this pm and it turned out great even tho' I reduced the sugar to 2 tbsps (diabetic DH). Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limey
    I made it this pm and it turned out great even tho' I reduced the sugar to 2 tbsps (diabetic DH). Thank you!
    Your welcome...maybe you can switch to Splenda....would that be better for him? This is so nice toasted too....
    sass

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sassylass
    Quote Originally Posted by Limey
    I made it this pm and it turned out great even tho' I reduced the sugar to 2 tbsps (diabetic DH). Thank you!
    Your welcome...maybe you can switch to Splenda....would that be better for him? This is so nice toasted too....
    sass
    Some sugar is needed to feed the yeast. We shall enjoy with friends at brunch this am.

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    Do you drain the pineapple or use straight from the can?

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    I used it not drained but not a lot of juice either. If you find the dough a little sticky just add a little bit more flour.

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    I am going to have to give this recipe a try :D:D:D

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    I have to be honest amma and tell you I just finished a piece. My bread machine is a 2lb loaf one and I did double the recipe in it helping it mix. Then when ready I took the dough and made 3 - 1 lb loaves......took a warm one over to my neighbour had one here and one to freeze. Makes a nice moist loaf but I hope I get some to toast!!! :)

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