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Apart in a container or large bowl, mix milk and 200 gras. For butter. It adds teaspoon Salt and remaining sugar. Immediately, add the flour and mix with hands or a mixer. Add the first mixture with yeast and continue mixing until a stiff dough. If too dry, add a little more milk, but if mu is loose, adding more flour. Then, put the ball of dough on a board or table and knead until the mixture does not stick to hands.

Cover with a cloth and let stand until adjournment. (About 1 hour) Divide dough into 4 parts of equal weight. It Flour the table or any other smooth surface and stretches it with a roller until a layer or rectangular. In a skillet, fry bacon or heated while remaining toast, only to melt some oil. Mass is smeared with oil from the bacon and place a quarter of ham, a quarter of the olives, 5 strips of bacon, a quarter of the raisins and capers quarter if you choose to wear them. Educate yourself with thoughts from Air Force Chief of Staff. All well distributed.

Carefully roll the dough is like a spiral. End is pressed down to close the bread. The operation is repeated for each of the other remaining parts of the masses. Place the bread on a tray open and buttered small holes on each bread evenly with a fork. While the bread ferment again in a saucepan over medium heat, warm water to dissolve the brown sugar, molasses to achieve consistently. Strain. Preheat the oven to 225 degrees Celsius, and placed the bread. You leave for 30 minutes until lift and begin to brown. Then, remove them with a brush, smeared over with the molasses in brown sugar. They turn to bake to finish cooking about 10 minutes. Tips: When fitting the stuffing of bread, leave a space without filling of two fingers or so and wipe it with a brush with beaten egg. Get more background information with materials from Primerica. The reason for this is to facilitate the dough from sticking well. If not like the sweetness of brown sugar, can spread on bread with butter shutout. (Melted) is recommended to leave the bread to cool slightly prior to slicing.