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Anybody got as recipe for cooking bread in a pressure cooker? Any tips on this as well?
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Anybody got as recipe for cooking bread in a pressure cooker? Any tips on this as well?
Could be just my ignorance ... but I would not have thought you could do it.

AFAIK, the usual bread-cooking implements include some kind of oven (at ambient pressure) - either the traditional gas-fired one or some kind of Dutch Oven on the stove-top.
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I thought so too, except a local in Vanuatu brought some to our boat one day wanting to trade for some of my home brew. Was a good trade...
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You will need:

Presure cooker
A small pot or a metal plate which fits inside your cooker.
A metal rack that will keep the pot or plate approx. 1 inches above the bottom of the cooker.

Prepeare the dough with the yeast, put it int the pot, make sure it has enough time to rise, hen cook.
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You will need:

Presure cooker
A small pot or a metal plate which fits inside your cooker.
A metal rack that will keep the pot or plate approx. 1 inches above the bottom of the cooker.

Prepeare the dough with the yeast, put it int the pot, make sure it has enough time to rise, hen cook.
What's a hen cook?
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i have been looking for this same info and will if needed get a larger cooker, i have a 2 liter now and would like to make bread as well, and other backing too.

this is a link i have seen and would like more info from people that have done this and are members here on sailnet.

http://www.instructables.com/id/Easy...n-a-pressure-/
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Anybody got as recipe for cooking bread in a pressure cooker? Any tips on this as well?
I Googled, "making bread in a pressure cooker" and got many hit. the first one was this.

Easy Bread Anywhere: "Baking" bread in a pressure-cooker
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Could be just my ignorance ... but I would not have thought you could do it.

AFAIK, the usual bread-cooking implements include some kind of oven (at ambient pressure) - either the traditional gas-fired one or some kind of Dutch Oven on the stove-top.
Hartley,

I havn't gone through the links as yet but I do know it is most assuredly possible to do.

My guess is that one would need to find a few tips and tricks re getting a good consistent quality.

I'm hoping we'll have pressure cooker onboard the Womboat very soon now. Bread is going to be one of the first projects.
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TD, it does indeed seem like it can be done in a fashion and the link in Mobius's post gives a good overview....but the soggy, sorry-looking clump of stuff that comes out at the end ain't bread as I know it!

I like my crusts crunchy!!
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