27 July 2013

Boston brown bread






This  densed and quick bread is traditionally baked in empty coffe beans, if you have someones:)

I asked my Mom some antiques tins she used to christmas cakes, was perfect!
She say I can let me the tins LOL

This recipe is adapted from Bon Appetit magazine
Im sharing the original recipe, I had to change  some ingredients  I haven't, but if you have all  would  be amazing and more darkness, is a delicious bread!







Ingredients 

1 tablespoon of butter room temperature to tins
2 cups whole milk
1/2 cup mild flavored molasses  (I used corn syrup)
1/4 cup light Brown sugar
1 teaspoon salt
1 1/4 cups whole  wheat flour
1 cup all purpose flour
1 cup rye flour  (I used other cup of wheat flour)
1/2 cup cornmeal
1 tablespoon baking soda
1 teaspoon baking poder

(rye flour is available at natural food stores]

Method 

Preheat oven to 180°c  or (350 °)
Cut some squeares of foil  coat inside of the cans or tins and greased with butter.
In a saucepan  stir milk, molasses, brown sugar and salt
over low heat until sugar dissolves and mixture os just warmed
( do not boil).
In a large bowl whisk whole wheat  flour with all purpose flour, rye flour, cornmeal, baking soda, baking poder.
Add milk mixture whisk until smooth.  Put dough in cans.
(I use only one can)
Smooth tops.
Cover cans with foil.Place cans in a deep roasting pan or a heavy shallow pot.
Transfer pan to oven. Pour very hot water into pan about side of the can.
Bake until a skewer inserted through foil into the center of each loaf coes out clen, that about 1  1/2 hours.
Transfer to a wire rack and let coolby 15 minutes. Run a thin knife aroundedges of can. Invert to reléase loave onto rack.
Let cool completely.
Note:
You can make Bread can be make 3 days ahead.Store at room temperature.
Slice bread and serve with soft butter.


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EN ESPAÑOL


 Pan integral







Me encanta hacer pan, aunque no siempre tengo el tiempo, en todo caso es muy práctico porque a veces aquí no tienes donde comprar pan.
En todo caso me gusta hacerlo. El que hago siempre son las baguettes, que ya están publicadas.
pero esta receta me ha gustado mucho, la textura y el sabor, la ventaja de hacer tu propio pan es que uno controla la sal que se le pone, además no lleva aceite ni mantequilla.
Siempre he creído que lo hecho en casa es más sano.
Este pan viene de Boston, USA y está adaptado de una receta de Bon Appetit.
Es una receta antigua que se hacía usando envases metálicos  como moldes, en todo caso yo ocupé una caja de galletas antigua en que mi mamá  hace pan de pascua. Pero se puede usar cualquier molde, como los alargados.
 
Ingredientes
1 cucharada de mantequilla (para el molde)
2 tazas de leche
1/2 taza de melaza o miel
1/4 taza de azúcar rubia
1 cucharadita de sal
2 1/4 taza de harina integral
1 taza de harina blanca sin polvos de hornear
1/2 taza de sémola
1 cucharada de bicarbonato de soda
1cucharadita de polvos de hornear

Preparación
Precalentar el horno a 180 °c.
Cortar algunos trozos de papel metálico para el molde.
Acomodarlos dentro del molde  y enmantequillar.







80 comments:

  1. Que buenísima pinta tiene.Besoss

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  2. I love hearty and dense breads. This looks super, Gloria.

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    1. Thanks Angie but your breads are absolutely amazing!!

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  3. I have whole wheat flour so I could make this bread because it looks perfect to serve for breakfast.

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    1. Is delicious for breakfast Tamara:)

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  4. It looks healthy and delicious!

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  5. Beat Betsy and Brian, yipeeee, you flew all the way to Boston for bread? Wow!

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    1. Ha! yeah I flew to Boston Pat LOL

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    2. haha,..oh dear! You aren't supposed to post when I'm out shopping! lol....
      If you went to Boston, you had to stop by and visit Silver. I'm jealous! haha.

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    3. Upps I made again Betsy! sorry!!
      Ha! Only Pat think I have to flow Boston by a bread LOL
      Yje funny after I made I read was from Boston!

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  6. Qué pan tan bueno para desayunar, me gusta tanto con acompañamiento dulce como con salado.
    Un besote.

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    1. Gracias Marga, a mi me gusta también con mermelada o con mantequilla!

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  7. Hola, me gusto mucho tu blog, me quedo por aqui, y te invito a que visites el mio http://madamenaroa.blogspot.com/, saludos desde Uruguay

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    1. Hola" Eres bienvenida! Gracias, claro que te voy a visitar!

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  8. I can smell the aroma from here Gloria:D

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    1. Thanks Vak, really smell delicious!

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  9. I saw this recipe in the magazine :) Your photos look delicious :)

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  10. Gloria, We've never made...or for that matter had Boston Brown Bread. It looks pretty good! Thanks for the recipe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Thanks David, take care you both!:)

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  11. I'm imagining how good this must be warm from the oven with a pat of butter and a drizzle of honey!

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    1. Yeah Chris sometimes I love a Little butter and dizzle of honey, nice!!

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  12. We used to be able to buy Boston Brown Bread in tins when I was a girl. Not sure if you still can. It's gorgeous! Yours looks nice Gloria. You must try with molasses if you can one day, it's even nicer! xxoo

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    1. What's fun Marie!! Im sure with molasses is more delicious and dark and for this I put the original récipe !
      thanks for stopping by!

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  13. That sounds very yummy. I just made some beer bread today and I think I want to try this next!

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    1. I love beer bread that I make sometimes, is delicious! I think you would like this Melanie!

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  14. Hi Gloria,
    That is a lovely bread! It makes a wonderful breakfast, and love all the different flours in the bread!
    Thank you for sharing with CYB!

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    1. Thanks Joyce, Im happy to sharing with CYB!

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  15. i am always down with some fresh warm bread.....
    back in my usual late spot...ha.
    have never heard of this bread...will have to give it a try.
    happy sunday gloria!

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    1. Fresh bread is delicious Brian, Im with you, I love fresh baguettes and sark breads!
      and I love to make bread!
      Have a lovely Sunday!

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  16. I love Bread and I would love to add some coffeee beans too, this looks good.

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    1. Asha Im sure would be delicious is a tasty bread!

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    1. I love too is really old and my Mom used to make Christmas Cake and she give me!

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  18. Denso y absolutamente delicioso Gloria, me ha encantado!!

    Besos.

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  19. Bread is always great, boston style

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  20. Very nice! Boston Brown Bread is SO good!

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  21. I like the rustic look of this loaf of bread, very decadent and the crumbs look so moist!

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  22. What a healthy and hearty loaf of bread!

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  23. This is my kind of bread:healthy and tasteful!
    Happy Monday,dear!

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  24. This fluffy bread looks delicious and extremely tempting!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  25. this looks SO good! I love the ingredients - especially the rye flour and molasses - yum!
    Mary x

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  26. Wow, that really looks delicious

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  27. This looks like such a dense but crazy delicious bread!

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  28. El pan integral tiene muchos significados para mi. En Cuba era el ultimo recurso durante la crisis. Aqui en GB, lo compramos porque es una alternativa saludable. Me encanta la pinta que tiene el tuyo.

    Saludos desde Londres.

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    1. a mi me ha gustado siempre el.pan integrsl o el pan de centeno mas oscuro.
      antes awui se hacian panes integrales pero no muy buenos de hecho hay excelentes pero cuando me gusta hacer pan mi preferido es la baguette!
      gloris

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  29. Such fun, Rosa. I haven't made it in years...and yes, I always baked it in a can.

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    1. thanks Barbara Im glad you like and remembet this bread.Really I love this bread.
      Is a little dense but healthy and delicious.
      Gloria

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  30. Que buena pinta Gloria!!, ya probé tus baguettes que salen perfectas, así que probaré también con este pan integral que me encanta. Besos

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    1. Si Rosana yo también hago las baguettes me encantan, y es un pan tan liviano y rico.
      Este gustará lo único que es un poco más dulce ppero no demasiado. A mi me gustó mucho! besos

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  31. vraiment beau et bon j'aime
    bonne soirée

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  32. I've never had Boston brown bread but it certainly looks delicious! I love the shape :)

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    1. Ah the mold is old but is really good !

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  33. What's your mum going to use now? haha....
    Your bread does look really delicious though! I've never made bread like this before- I should give it a try some time!

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    1. Ha ! She has others fortunatelly Von, thanks for stopping by!:)

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  34. Delicious bread Gloria. And very healthy too! CIAO

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  35. I love brown bread so much, Gloria! Especially with seeds in it!

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    1. me too Dezzy. I love brown bread!!

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  36. I love this brown bread, looks so yummy!

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  37. It's been so long since I've had Boston Brown Bread, Gloria. Looks like your bread is nice and hearty just like I enjoy my Brown Bread. I've made it with molasses before but never corn syrup. This is one bread I can actually bake because it has NO yeast in it!!!

    We use to bake pound cake in coffee cans too. What fun!

    Thank you so much for sharing...

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