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Bajan Salt Bread Recipe


The majority of breads in Barbados are sweet, therefore this traditional roll, is aptly named salt bread as it is one of the only breads available on the island that isn't too sweet.

The rolls come up quite large, so we recommend that you cut the roll into 4 slices to make smaller sandwiches or when sliced down they are ideal for toasting with melted butter.

You will need the following ingredients:

6 1/2 cups of white flour
2 teaspoons of white granulated sugar
1 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons of vegetable oil
2 packs of yeast
2/14 cups of warm water


DIRECTIONS

Sift half of the flour and mix with salt and yeast in a large mixing bowl and slowly add warm water, mixing continually until the mixture forms a stiff dough, keep adding more sifted flour until you have a dough stiff enough to knead.

Lightly flour the work surface, and knead dough for 10 minutes until it is smooth and elastic, then place in a greased bowl. Now place bowl in a warm place for 40-50 minutes until it has doubled in size. You know dough is ready, when you poke a finger in it and the indentation remains.

Pre hear oven to 425 degrees F or 220 degrees C.

Now divide the dough into 12 equal portions and roll each one into a fist size ball and place on a greased baking sheet, now place in a warm place again for a further 40 minutes or again until the dough has doubled in size.

Now place in the centre of the oven and bake for 25-30 minutes until rolls are golden brown and sound hollow when tapped.

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Information Assumed Accurate On: Dec 28, 2012
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By: BB64
Great recipe. Have used it bout 6 times now and comes out great each time.
Date: Nov 8, 2014



By: Cassie
Gee...thanks so much for sharing...I just tried this recipe and it came out great..rather than making the fist size bread though, I did loafs.
Date: Jun 12, 2014


By: Cassie
Gee...thanks so much for sharing...I just tried this recipe and it came out great..rather than making the fist size bread though, I did loafs.
Date: Jun 9, 2014


By: PJ
Thank you for sharing your recipe; I tried it and it came out quite nice. The only thing i did differently was to bake it at a slightly lower temperature.
Date: Apr 16, 2014


By: Bajanheaven
Not a good recipe at all my bread came out hard I followed the directions exactly you need more details
Date: Dec 26, 2013


By: Andrea
Thanks Alan!
Date: Sep 23, 2013


By: Alan
I think that is supposed to be 2 1/4 cups Andrea :-)
Date: Sep 22, 2013


By: andrea
how many cups of warm water?
Date: Sep 7, 2013


By: Tyrone Nurse
the green leaf on the salt bread is a strip of green coconut leaf. this helps give the bread shape and is also a design. very unique.
Date: Mar 27, 2013


By: Aurora
What about the green leaf they put on top of the salt bread? What kind of leaf is it?
Date: Nov 18, 2012


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