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NEED QUICK HELPant to do it ASAP.

Discussion in 'The Harvest: Recipes, Canning, Preserving' started by seedcorn, Nov 1, 2014.

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    seedcorn

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    I want to make fresh dough, stuff it, bake it, eat. Quick means I want to do ASAP.
     
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    thistlebloom

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    I'm not going to be any help here, (so I probably should just keep my mouth shut), but if you want it quick then I guess you aren't talking about yeast breads. My quickest yeast recipe takes 2 hours.

    Stuff it???
     
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    Ridgerunner

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    With no more info to go on that you gave, look at the biscuit recipe on a bag of self-rising flour and try that.
     
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    seedcorn

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    no im making yeast bread. i want to bake a sandwiche while i bake the bread. then eat it for supper. want ideas for filling.
     
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    journey11

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    Stromboli, perhaps? :drool

    What's the hurry?

    Or how about a Calzone? You can put whatever you want into either.
     
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    thistlebloom

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    Oh forget the stuffed bread idea and just make Cornish pasties!
     
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    Because im doing it now-making dough that is.

    What goes in pasties?
     
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    thistlebloom

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    Haha! Well, just keep that momentum going Seed!

    Pasties are mostly meat and potatoes and onion. I go beyond tradition and add other veggies, like sweet pepper, hot pepper, carrot, peas, corn etc.
     
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    Mom taught me, if I want to eat, better learn to cook. Not gormet by any definition, but most of time edible.
     
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    Chickie'sMomaInNH

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    check out Fofar Bridies. they're a Scottish pastry that usually calls for lamb but i've switched out beef or pork and throw in other veggies like potatoes and carrots.

    Calzones are also a good one to check out. i used to make those while working for a restaurant years ago. we made 3 different types with the pizza dough we made: the 3 cheese blend we used for the pizzas along with ricotta and grated Parmesan cheeses, then spinach with the cheese mix, and the Works which was hamburger with onions, peppers, mushrooms and pepperoni and a little pizza cheese to hold it together.
     

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