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    Habanero-Lime Honey Bread

    (for automatic bread machines)
    1lb loaf 1-1/2lb loaf2lb loaf
    1/2C water
    2T fresh lime juice
    1T olive oil
    5/8t plain salt
    2T honey+1T sugar
    2 habaneros,minced
    1T milk powder
    (lactase drops, if needed)
    1 lime zest,finely shredded
    2C bread flour**
    1-1/4t bread yeast
    1/2C + 3T water
    3T fresh lime juice
    1-1/2T olive oil
    1t salt
    3T honey+ 1.5T sugar
    3 habaneros,
    1-1/2T milk powder
    (lactase drops)
    1-1/2 zests of lime
    3C bread flour**
    2t yeast (scant)
    1C water
    1/4C (4T) lime juice
    2T olive oil
    1-1/4t salt
    1/4C honey+2T sugar
    4 habaneros,
    2T milk powder
    (lactase drops)
    zests of 2 limes
    4C bread flour**
    2-1/2t yeast

    Settings: rapid, medium crust. If desired, add a few drops of green food color. The 1lb "proof of concept" loaf worked out very well.

    ** 1C all-purpose flour + 1t vital gluten + 1/2t diastatic malt powder == 1C bread flour. King Arthur White Whole Wheat Flour is good for WW, milder in taste and has enough gluten to work well as a bread flour straight. This recipe uses this 50-50 with the above all-purpose mixture.

    *fresh is preferred, but dried habaneros finely crushed with a cleaver should work well. You can use as many as you want, the original idea was this not to be overwhelmingly hot. If using dried habaneros, add about 2T more lime juice and if dough is still too dry, add more if you have it, or add water by teaspoonful until it's just right but no more. I think it ended up being about 1-1/2T+ once they were crushed (sandwich bag, crush carefully with honey jar).

    This was a big hit at the September Hotluck at Jim McGrath's 9/28/97.

    Origin:
    Posted By: Babs Woods
    Date Posted:Sun, 12 Oct 1997 21:48:07

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