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LOOKING for: Bimini Bread

Posted by rheamary (rzano@aol.com) on
Sun, Jul 11, 10 at 7:47

Has anyone heard of bimini bread? I had it at the bimini restaurant in ft. lauderdale and it was so so good. It was a white bread with a sweet clear gooey topping that was also inside the bread. I googled it and found so many recipes that I truly don't know which one is right because they vary.


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RE: LOOKING for: Bimini Bread

I really can't be sure this is the recipe you are looking for, but it is a recipe that was printed in the Miami Herald, so perhaps it was requested.

Bimini Bread

* Main Ingredient: Oats
* Preparation: Baked Goods
* Course: Various Breads

Bimini Bread ingredients

* 3⁄4 c Hot water
* 1⁄2 c Oats
* 1 1⁄2 t molasses
* 1 t butter or Vegetable oil
* 1⁄2 t Salt
* 1 1⁄2 c Bread flour
* 1 t dry yeast

Cooking Bimini Bread

1. Soak the oats, molasses and butter in the hot water for 2 minutes.
2. Add to the bread machine along with the other ingredients.
3. Follow manufacturer's directions for your machine, using the cycle you'd use for white , sweet bread, light-to-medium setting, and the equivalent of 2 cups of flour.
4. I found in the Regal Bread Machine that I had to add 2 additional tablespoons of flour to get a good dough ball.
5. Recipe From: The Miami Herald newspaper, October 24, 1996.
6. Per Serving: 90 calories, 3 grams protein, 16 grams carbohydrate, 1 gram fat, 15 percent calories as fat, 0. 7 grams fiber, 3 milligrams cholesterol, 70 milligrams sodium.
7. Exchanges: 1. 1 bread, 0. 2 fat.


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