Simply add milk. Makes 1 loaf. Freshly baked in 30 min. Milling since 1867. GMO and yeast free. The story of Neill's Flour Mill began with James Neill who founded the company in 1867 in the heart of Belfast, Ireland. Our Irish baking mixes have been created for you with the same passion and dedication as James himself. Our assortment of Irish baking mixes are a super quick and easy way to create all the delicious tastes of freshly baked wholesome Irish favorites in your home. No artificial colors, flavors, preservatives or sweeteners. No hydrogenated fats. www.neillsmillusa.com. Milled & packed in Ireland.
12 oz (340 g) x 4
10 per pack
Brown Bread Full Bag 12 oz Mix: 1-1/8 cups (9 fl oz) milk (buttermilk, whole or reduced fat milk); 1/2 tbsp olive or sunflower oil (optional). Simple 5 Step Guide: 1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. 2. Empty contents of pack into a mixing bowl add milk and oil (optional). Mix thoroughly with a large spoon. 3. Transfer the dough to a well-greased 1 lb 8 x 4 inch loaf pan. Spread evenly, smooth the surface of dough with a little milk or water. Make a cut 1/2 deep lengthwise along the center and sprinkle with Oatmeal if desired. 4. Bake for 30 minutes on middle shelf of oven, until firm, golden brown and makes a hollow sound when tapped on the base. 5. Once baked, remove from the oven. Wrap bread in a clean, dry cloth and allow to cool fully before cutting. For round brown bread, shape the dough into a ball and pat down on a lightly floured baking tray or 6.5 inch diameter round pan. Cut a cross on the surface with a sharp knife 1/2 deep and bake the dough as for brown pan bread. Store in a cool dry place. Serving Suggestions: Delicious sliced, toasted and topped with butter and fruit preserves.
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