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Amish White Bread Garlic Knots
"The only thing I have changed in the Amish White Bread is the amount of sugar. I use less, otherwise it would be too sweet to go with the garlic spread. The rest works perfectly. Since I cook almost every day, I have noticed that the flour quantity is not always the same: sometimes the flour is dryer than usual. This leads me to the conclusion that wheat humidity depends on the season, and how much rain there was where it was growing. When making garlic knots this time, the flour was "thirstier" than usual. When you make them, pay attention to the softness of the dough. If your fingers are sticky, knead the dough for a minute or two longer. If it does not work, add a pinch of extra flour…"
NotesAmish White Bread Garlic Knots: Award winning!
Cooking Time16 min
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