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Pumpkin-Pecan Bread Recipe_ATL EggFest 07

Thank you to everyone who tasted my Pumpkin-Pecan Bread at this weekend's EggFest in ATL. I appreciate the kind comments, and will post the recipe soon on the BGE forum. I am also going to paste it in this message just in case someone wants the recipe before I get it posted. I noticed that 350 is too warm. Try it on 325 for same time for better results. [p]Also, I may be featured in the October or November issue of "Georgia" magazine- put out by EMC- power company (possibly along with other BGE cooks this past weekend).[p]Not sure what I'll make next year, but I'm already looking forward to it, and so is my boyfriend , Tim! Maybe something with the homemade pesto I made from my basil this summer. [p]Take Care everyone!
-Lynn Hadden
lynn.hadden@cobbk12.org[p]Pumpkin – Pecan Bread[p]Lynn Hadden / Tim Blevins
Big Green Egg Fest, 2007[p]Lynn.Hadden@cobbk12.org
H- 770-792-9897
Cell: 404-839-1424[p]3 cups All-purpose Flour
3 cups Granulated Sugar
1 teaspoon of each of the following:
* cinnamon
* cloves, ground
* allspice
* nutmeg
* baking powder
* vanilla
(I add the vanilla when I add the liquid items below.)
½ teaspoon salt
½ teaspoon soda[p]Mix all the of the above ingredients in a large mixing bowl.[p]Add:
1 cup oil
3 eggs (I use large or jumbo eggs)
1 can, Libby Brand solid pack pumpkin (not pie mix)
1 cup, chopped pecans[p]Mix thoroughly to completely moisten and mix all ingredients together.[p]Grease and flour baking pans (loaf pans). I use 5 or 6 mini loaf pans. I used a silicone Kitchen Aid baker (with place-setter), and a cooling rack under silicone baker to stabalize wet dough.[p]Bake at 350 degrees for 45 – 60 minutes until done on top with no liquid showing.[p]This was slightly too warm- try instead at 325 degrees for about same time so bottoms and sides of loaves don't burn.

Comments

  • Hey Lynn Hadden, Pumpkin _07,[p]I was one of the lucky ones that came by to meet you
    and sample that wonderful Pumpkin-Pecan Bread.
    I doubt you remember me, tall and skinny. Other than
    that I'm pretty forgettable.[p]Just wanted to say thanks and
    Again...that was some mighty fine bread!
    I will be trying it on my own soon.[p]

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