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Bread temp question

Charles in SCCharles in SC Posts: 142
edited 10:25PM in EggHead Forum
I am playing with bread baking in the egg and wondered if anyone has thermopened their bread to determine a good cooked internal temp?


  • icemncmthicemncmth Posts: 1,157
    Charles in SC,
    [p]190 deg on all bread is the internal temp...

  • PujPuj Posts: 615
    Charles in SC,[p]A typical loaf should be baked to 195F - 200F internal temp (minimum). You can also tap the bottom of the loaf with your knuckles and if you get a hollow sound, its done.[p]Puj
  • icemncmthicemncmth Posts: 1,157
    Charles in SC,[p]
    you can go higher...195 to 205 for dryer bread..

  • 13an07-020.jpg
    <p />Charles in SC,
    i learned from this forum that alton brown uses 205-210.[p]i used the thermopen on this loaf till 205 and it was perfect.

    [ul][li]alton brown's very basic bread[/ul]
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