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LOOKING for: Kitchen Klatter no-knead bread

Posted by finchelover (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 10, 09 at 17:51

Mine has disappeared it is an easy no knead bread and takes about 1 hr. Does anyone's grandparents by chance listened to radio or subscribed to their pamphlet . You mixed it all up and put it in usual bread pan. For me with 6 children at the an easy and quick bread when we wanted bread.


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RE: LOOKING for: Kitchen Klatter no-knead bread

I am sure no one outside of Iowa of a small part of Missouri even knows what you are talking about!! LOL!
Lucille and all the rest!!
Linda C


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RE: LOOKING for: Kitchen Klatter no-knead bread

Is this what you're looking for?

Here is a link that might be useful: recipe from kitchen klatter


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RE: LOOKING for: Kitchen Klatter no-knead bread

Nope.... the OP was talking about a no knead bread.


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RE: LOOKING for: Kitchen Klatter no-knead bread

Thanks all but the recipe I want is so easy all you do is mix and bake. I have been going thru some old subscriptions but it wasn't in them I think I got it off their radio program. It's been a long time 40-50 years ago.


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RE: LOOKING for: Kitchen Klatter no-knead bread

Perhaps if you did a Google search for "batter bread" you might find the recipe or something similar. Back 40-50 years ago they did not call it "no knead bread."


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RE: LOOKING for: Kitchen Klatter no-knead bread

See if this old Pillsbury recipe from the 40's is similar.

Here is a link that might be useful: No-Knead Bread


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RE: LOOKING for: Kitchen Klatter no-knead bread

Well, guess they did have no knead bread back then! Thanks for the link, Ginger! That looks interesting.

teresa


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RE: still looking for Kitchen Klatter no-knead bread

Was your recipe mixed using an electric mixer? The recipe at the link from lucyny has the bread dough mixed and kneaded with an electric mixer -- no hand kneading.


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