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  • Place the loaf of bread in a bowl and add the warm milk, leave bread to soak until soft and then, with your fingertips, crumble bread into small pieces. In the meantime, beat the butter and sugar in a mixer until this turns smooth and creamy. Now you can add the soaked bread to the butter mixture and continue to add all the other ingredients one by one. Mix everything well with a wooden spoon; if the consistency is too liquid do not worry, you can always add some flour. Pour mixture into a buttered, oven-proof dish, and cook in a pre-heated oven of 180 degrees celsius for around 1 hour or until toothpick inserted in the centre comes out clean. Enjoy warm or cold, maybe with a blob of custard!
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  • eatmania 7 years ago
    Yes, it's good with any type of stale bread. Maltese bread looks like this: - It is a rustic type of bread. It's very soft in the inside and extremely crunchy on the outside. I will post a recipe on how to do a Maltese bread loaf soon. Thanks for your comments.
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  • Alutton 7 years ago
    This is probably good with any bread, but can you describe Maltese bread? Not sure if there is anything similar here.
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