Easy White Bread for Large 13" Pullman Pan

This recipes fits a 13-14" Pullman Pan. Easier ingredient list than the King Arthur Flour recipe. I mix it in my ABM, then shape and set in the pan for the second rise. You can hand knead or use your mixer. I get 20 slices out of this recipe. A favorite for sandwiches and toast. You don't have to use the Pullman pan, and if you don't, use two 8" loaf pans and get two nice puffy loaves.

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  • Select Dough setting on your bread machine.
  • Put ingredients in the machine in the order suggested by your machine manufacturer. Let rise. about 90 minutes, until double in size.
  • Meanwhile, generously butter your Pullman Pan and lid.
  • Remove dough from machine. Handle dough with greased hands. Form into a log approximately 12-13 inches long. Place in pan, pressing the ends into corners and pan edges.
  • Place lid on, leaving open about an inch so you can peek.
  • Let rise until about 2/3 full, or about an inch and a half from the pan top. About 60 minutes. Near the end of the rising time, preheat your oven to 350.
  • Close lid fully. Bake for 25 minutes. Remove lid. Bake for another 15-20 minutes until golden brown or desired crust color is achieved.
  • Internal temp of bread should be 190 f when tested with an instant read thermometer.
  • Remove from pan to rack. If desired, brush crust with butter for a softer crust. Let cool before slicing. Store in airtight bag.
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"This recipes fits a 13-14" Pullman Pan. Easier ingredient list than the King Arthur Flour recipe. I mix it in my ABM, then shape and set in the pan for the second rise. You can hand knead or use your mixer. I get 20 slices out of this recipe. A favorite for sandwiches and toast. You don't have to use the Pullman pan, and if you don't, use two 8" loaf pans and get two nice puffy loaves."

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  1. Shah A.
    The liquid quantity is to small, the dough was really hard - I used the recipe quantities down to the teeth - what gives? BTW: used Peter pan APF
  2. Sue K.
    I just tried recipe, it blew the lid off :(
  3. cook14me
    How do you make this recipe with out a bread maker? I don't have one but I need a simple white bread recipe for my Pullman Pan.
  4. CheyenneAnn
    This recipes fits a 13-14" Pullman Pan. Easier ingredient list than the King Arthur Flour recipe. I mix it in my ABM, then shape and set in the pan for the second rise. You can hand knead or use your mixer. I get 20 slices out of this recipe. A favorite for sandwiches and toast. You don't have to use the Pullman pan, and if you don't, use two 8" loaf pans and get two nice puffy loaves.
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