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    1 Reviews |  By Shawn C

    found somewhere this is the starter for other recipes on Zaar you will need. or just to share for others to make bread. Important notes for the mix are: Do not use any type of metal spoon, bowl or pan. use glass, wood or plastics only. Do not refridgerate batter. Let air out of bag daily. It is normal to batter to bubble, ferment and rise. Do not feed or bake early. You will want to give the friend the instructions from day 1 to end for them to make and share. they only need the starter recipe if they are going to give it all away and keep non for themselves.

    Recipe #402826

    This recipe is posted as a compliment to Recipe #160205; offering another use for the Basic Batter (sponge) used in both. Recipe comes from the Goldrush Sourdough Comapny.

    Recipe #327240

    I have not tried this recipe, and am guessing at the pan size & # of servings, as they were not listed on the recipe I am posting from.

    Recipe #60681

    Friendship Starter Ingredients; Note: if you recieved a cup of starer from a friend..and have this on hand..you either bake the bread now...OR you can proceed at day 2..3..4.. instructions...(the complete recipe for the starter is below..)

    Recipe #80457

    These are great low fat, healthy muffins that use Amish Friendship Bread Starter (yes, the gift that keeps on giving. . .I swear this stuff multiplies). Feel free to add nuts, raisins, cranberries, cinnamon, vanilla, etc. I make my starter with whole wheat flour, so I go ahead and use cake flour in this recipe to lighten it up a bit. I also use carrot baby food in place of the applesauce to healthify it a bit more :)

    Recipe #374475

    This is off of the www.armchair.com website. They have a bunch of variations. I tried their Apple Bread and used strawberries instead, so I think you could use any number of fresh fruit with it.

    Recipe #236501

    This recipe uses the Amish Friendship Starter, see recipe posted by Kim D, Amish Friendship Starter Recipe #64793, it is the exact one I use. After 5 years of using this starter and making breads I have created several versions of the bread, this is the family favorite. Please note you can make your starter, and if you do not make bread that day, or do not want to give any away, measure out 1 1/4 cups and put in zippy lock freezer bags, write the date on bag, and freeze for up to 6 mos. (I put the 1/4 cup in to count for the stuff that NEVER seems to get out of the bag! To use, take required amount out of freezer and place in fridge to thaw for 48 hours, when completely thawed, just use as normal with no feeding. To use frozen starter to create a new series of starter, thaw on cabinet, place in plastic or glass jar, and feed it with 1 cup sugar, 1 cup flour and 1 cup milk. Count that as DAY #1. *One thing I have noticed - some people put the starter in the refrigerator. It works, but leaving it out at room temp is fine, and when this recipe was created, people did not have that luxury. The starter I am using today has been on the cabinet for over 3 years; everyone here is just fine & healthy! :) Trust the old people, we know things........

    Recipe #146096

    This is one of the Zaar recipes that I adopted. I hope to prepare this one soon and will post any modifications that I make to the recipe.

    Recipe #7019

    I don't know if this is truly Amish or not. Your Mummy got the starter for me from the Alpaca lady that goes to the vet's office that she works for. It is the recipe that all four of you go a little buggy for and that Robert, darling mischief that he is at 3 (almost 4), waited till your Nanny and I wern't watching and stole a huge muffin (recipe also makes almost 18 HUGE muffins if you can find the pan) and then ran out the front door with only to be busted by your Mummy as he was cheerfully trying to stuff the whole thing in his mouth at once.

    Recipe #246125

    I'm posting this slightly different version of Amish White Bread. This is an excellent sandwich bread, kind of like the Wonder bread of home baking. Others have adapted it with wheat, spelt and other flour combinations. It keeps pretty well if you wrap it tightly. You can also adjust the sugar content downward because it's pretty sweet to me but kids tend to love it!

    Recipe #338039

    You need a cup of live yeast starter for this. There are good sourdough starter recipes on Zaar. Important Note: Don't use metal spoons or equipment. Do not refrigerate. Use only glazed ceramic or plastic bowls or containers. For more variations to the original bread recipe, see www.armchair.com/recipe/amish/amshvar2.html or www.armchair.com/recipe/amish/amishvar.html

    Recipe #280068

    Many recipes have been posted for the Amish bread, but none have included the starter, so I thought I'd send this along. Happy baking! Amish Friendship Bread and Starter

    Recipe #153

    The starters I found here aren't the same as mine, and I keep losing it, so I'm putting it here for easy reference

    Recipe #269245

    A plain, yet flavorful quick bread made with sourdough starter. I found the recipe printed in the Houston Chronicle years ago. To give the bread a kick, you can add fruits and nuts of your choice. This bread feezes well.

    Recipe #77011

    Here's another recipe using friendship starter!

    Recipe #60577

    Recipe #1420

    Here is one for Cornbread using the Amish Friendship Bread Starter.

    Recipe #154

    This is a great way to easily make some REAL bread with your Amish Bread starter. So tasty!!! I came up with this recipe through trial and error (lots of error before success). This bread is light and yummy, yet sturdy enough to cut nice slices. It's a tad bit sweet from the starter and is great for a PBJ, chicken salad sandwich, french toast, or simply toast with butter as a snack. Love it. This makes a 2 lb loaf; I tried to make smaller loaves, but never got it right!

    Recipe #375789

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