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no bake just boiled bread

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bear4221

no bake just boiled bread

every holiday my gma always made what she called "Big Huntz"  servred with some berry sause.

here is the receipe:

1c melted Lard/shortening

3 eggs

1 tsp soda

3C milk

1 tsp salt

1 tsp cinnanon

1/2 tsp all spice

1 C Rasins

6 C flour

Boil for 3hrs slice and serve.

not realy an oven bread but is anyone familiar with this bread?

 

 

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PMcCool

Was the mixture in its own pan/container that was set in a pot of boiling water?

Paul

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thihal123

Wow, never heard of boiled bread before, except partially boiled bread like bagels. I know steamed bread, but boiled bread...wow!

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bear4221

it says to pour batter into a cotton sack, tie off and boil in water for 3hrs. slice and serve with sause. Traditionaly it was rasberry sause at the table. 

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PMcCool

You can google the term and get a long list of descriptions and recipes.  Here's one such page.  The part about boiled puddings is Item 2, about 1/3 to 1/2 of the way down the page.

Paul

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plevee

Sounds like a Scottish 'clootie dumpling' - named for the 'cloot' or cloth it was boiled in.

 Eaten warm with custard for 'pudding' and even better sliced and fried with bacon for breakfast next morning!

Patsy

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jeb

Sounds like one to try on a scout campout. I've baked breads in a dutch oven over charcoal, but this sounds much easier.

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aytab

I am gonna have to try this one, I am always up for the unusual or different.

 

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Nickisafoodie

Per Patsy's post above on Scottish 'clootie dumpling' , a 5 star rated recipe after googling the term:

http://www.grouprecipes.com/106174/traditional-scottish-clootie-dumpling.html