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    Pullman bread pan disaster!

    Paka
    Tue Jul 31, 2012 1:48 pm
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    I couldn't wait to try out my new pullman bread pan today, I was so excited and DH was actually excited for me too! Well, I read up on how to use the covered pan and found out that it takes a lot more time than an open breadpan, probably because of the moisture/release. Anyway I made the dough in the bread machine and let it rise in the pan to almost at the top and then put the lid on and into the oven. It did some strange things while in the oven! It leaked out of the top, actually push the top off the pan! Reminded me a scene from "The Blob"! I had cooked bread circles on my racks below the bread pan and some had plopped onto the floor of the oven. I removed the rest of the lid and put it back in the oven for the remaining 20 minutes. The loaf came out very heavy and not cooked through in my opinion. What did I do wrong? The recipe was for a large loaf of, "Elegant oatmeal bread". The pan is a 9x4x4.
    duonyte
    Tue Jul 31, 2012 3:24 pm
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    It sounds like there was too much dough for the pan.
    duonyte
    Tue Jul 31, 2012 3:26 pm
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    Take a look at the last post on this thread for a suggestion of the amount of dough for the 9inch pan. http://community.kingarthurflour.com/content/pullman-bread-pans-0
    Paka
    Tue Jul 31, 2012 7:57 pm
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    That's exactly what I was thinking but being a novice breadbaker I decided to ask more experienced bakers! I like the idea of the last poster on the KA site. One square loaf and two free form. I really should have taken some pictures but I was busy trying to figure out if I could save the loaf. It reminded me of that "I love Lucy" episode when Fred and Ricky decide to cook rice...Thank you so much for your help. I'll keep trying and post a photo if I ever get a perfect loaf!
    duonyte
    Tue Jul 31, 2012 10:15 pm
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    I;'ve wanted to try one of those pans, not so much for me, but for Mr Grumpy who likes a plain sliced loaf of bread, especially for grilled cheese sandwiches.
    Paka
    Wed Aug 01, 2012 6:40 am
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    My Mr. grumpy likes uniform slices. Also the dough can be made in an ABM but the bread must be baked in the oven so there are no little holes in the bottom of the loaf! Too funny aren't they?
    duonyte
    Wed Aug 01, 2012 11:52 am
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    My ABM has a pause button, so after the dough is kneaded, I pause it, remove the dough, remove the paddles, and then it can rise and bake. The post leaves a hole, but it is small and not a problem.
    Paka
    Wed Aug 01, 2012 4:00 pm
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    duonyte wrote:
    My ABM has a pause button, so after the dough is kneaded, I pause it, remove the dough, remove the paddles, and then it can rise and bake. The post leaves a hole, but it is small and not a problem.




    Another DUH moment! I'm so glad that there are people in this world like you! That never occured to me, removing the paddles. I'm continuously amazed at my own stupidity. Of course now, thanks to you, I'll be removing those little paddles and hopefully DH will not notice. That is when I do have to let the machine do the entire job. It also should be much easier to remove the loaf from the pan. His eyes are getting worse.......... Thanks again.
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