sandwich White Bread

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Today I began baking sandwich bread using a Bread pan with lid.I bought this in a baking supplies wholesale back home few months ago.This type of Bread pan perfectly baked breads all the time.A sandwich loaf is baked in a special pan also known as a Pullman pan, which has a sliding lid that covers the dough while baking, trapping the dough inside in order to create the rectangular shape.The pan is available in several sizes.It makes a great loaf of sandwich Bread.
I've always wanted to buy this bread pan but I couldn't find it here but you can always buy it online.The recipes for bread in a Pullman pan call for baking with the lid on for the first 25 minutes or so, then removing the lid and finishing baking.I know don't know why.After googling the Sandwich Bread using Pullman pan in different blogs,I don't see any difference between the Pullman pan and mine(with holes).They both came out perfectly in shape.Any ideas what's the holes for?
Here,I used the basic white bread recipe where you can find it on my previous post.Divide the bread dough into 2 balls and roll the bread dough shape into a cylinder.Then,place the lid on and check every 10 mins to see when the dough has risen double in volume and make sure the bread dough is within half an inch of the top.Finally,close the lid entirely.I baked it at 380'F for 30 mins.I have not used an egg wash but I used butter to grease the pan and remember to grease the lid.
Oops!I forgot to grease the lid!!!You can see the cracked on the surface.:(
Turned out wonderfull!!....enjoy!!


sangeeta said...

hey Sweetipie.welcome back after a long long time.
the loaf tin looks so useful , i have seen it here in the market ( without holes) n will buy when i go there next time...
the bread looks oh so perfect....

12:34 PM
lilyng said...


your sandwich bread looks so perfect. my daughter bought me one from malaysia and it has no holes.

3:45 PM
noobcook said...

your home made bread looks so soft and fluffy ^_^

8:38 PM
cherry potato said...

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8:55 PM
pigpigscorner said...

wow, the texture looks great.

12:50 PM
wendyywy said...

long time no see u blogging...

Where did u get the pullman tin with holes? Klang Valley or somewhere else?

1:51 PM
bluedreamer27 said...

Hello my friend sorry if i am not being around here in your blog for such a long time... I have so many important things to do, we are affected by Typhoon Ondoy whoi attacked the Philippines recently, Im helping my dad in fixing the damages brought to us by that natural calamity, I know every thing will be back to normal... Its nice to be here again in your blog
Hope you have a great day and God Bless

By the way i got a new site, hope you can visit me there if you have time
Blue Dreamer

6:08 PM
Malar Gandhi said...

Wow...looks so soft.

6:34 AM
bluedreamer27 said...

Hi sweetiepie
just dropping by here again
have a great day and happy blogging

11:56 PM
homeladychef said...

Wow! Your bread looks fantastic!!! Thanks for sharing! :)

10:46 PM
Questnet said...

Nice looking bread..:)

7:38 PM
Pete said...

Ahh, nothing beats the nice aroma of freshly baked bread. NICE!

11:21 PM
Dora said...

Hey Sweetiepie,
I know u have stopped in the previous blog but I'm glad to "see" u again in this baking blog! How r u & your girls?

12:59 AM
ibuzzon said...

Hi Marcia.. Your sandwich white bread looks so tempting. The texture looks so soft that makes me want to sink my mouth into them..
Thanks for sharing your many baking experiences with us.

Lilian Low

5:45 PM
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Laura said...

I have never seen one of these pans. Will have to do some looking. Thank you for sharing.

11:38 PM
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