How to make Cuban Bread – Pan Cubano – Simple, Easy-to-Make Cuban, Spanish, and Latin American Recipes with Photos

This great Cuban Bread recipes comes from Three Men From Miami at
Three Men From Miami
I substituted is canola oil for the lard in the traditional Cuban bread.

JORGE CASTILLO, GLENN LINDGREN, and RAUL MUSIBAY make you smile as you read their great Cuban recipes at icuban.com.

They describe this bread as “crisp crust and a lightly textured inside.”

“A warm, fresh baked loaf of Cuban bread is the next best thing to heaven.”

2 cups of King Arthur Bread Flour

1-1/2 cups of Gold Medal All Purpose Flour

1 tablespoon Active dry yeast

2 teaspoons Salt

2 teaspoons Granulated sugar

1-1/2 cups very warm water, heated to about 105 degrees

2 teaspoons Canola oil, which is Polly Motzko’s way or 2 teaspoons lard, which is the traditional Cuban way.

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