The trick is to smoke the meat and not make the meat smoke
CHRISTMAS IN VERMONT BREAD
Date: December 25, 2014 Viewing:Click on THUMBNAIL to bring up larger image with captions. There will also be controls for manual or self running slide show. Learn More:ClickHERE to jump to additional Info about this recipe.
The ingredients are gathered: All-purpose flour, Luke warm milk, dry milk, vanilla extract, yeast, eggs and table salt.
The butter was melted and combined with the lukewarm milk. Then all of the ingredients were placed in a mixer and kneaded for 5 to 6 minutes.
Here is the finished dough. The dough was placed in a bowl for a 1 1/2 hour rise.
The filling/topping was made next. It consisted of: All-purpose flour, butter, egg yolks and ground pecan.
The finished filling/topping.
The dough has completed its rise and is ready to be placed into the Bundt cake pan.
The dough is divided in half. One layer goes on the bottom, followed by half of the filling/topping mix
The second layer of scope goes on followed by the second layer filling/topping mix.
The bread is on the baking Egg, which is been preheated 350 degrees. It will bake for about 30 minutes
At the 30 minute mark the bread had reached 190 degree internal temperature and was done. When I check the smoked baked potatoes they were ready too.
The bread rests for five minutes before being turned out of the Bundt cake pan.
The bread is brushed with a glaze consisting of: Maple syrup, butter, milk and confectioners' sugar.
This spread was the surprise hit of the meal. People couldn't stop talking about how much they liked the bread (as well as the other food).
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I was looking for a seasonal bread to serve with Christmas dinner in this interesting sweetbread baked in a Bundt cake pan fit the bill nicely. The recipe contained two main components: a dough which was divided in half with one half being placed in the bunt cake pan. The second component was a filling/topping which went over the first layer of dough and after the The second half of the dough was placed on top of this covered what would be the bottom of the Bundt cake. It is funny because I thought this recipe was good but not spectacular and everyone else was raving about it like it was the best thing they've ever had. I am grateful my guests liked it in one even asked for the recipe. I will let the pictures tell rest the story.