What Is Monkey Bread?
I have never heard of monkey bread before is it a food or dessert of some kind? What does monkey bread consist of? Why is it called monkey bread?
In some parts of the world (country, whatever...), its called pull apart bread. Its rolled up biscuits (rolls, sweet rolls, whatever), covered in honey and butter (nuts, cinnamon, whatever), into a sponge cake pan or loaf pan and baked. This is the information according to DDDHippie (Here on HubPages). He said you could look it up on the food network website, if you wanted...
Monkey bread is savoury. When you bake a loaf; instead of shaping it into a round or putting into a tin you cut it into fat slug sized slithers, make sure they're rolled up neatly, then build up your loaf by layering and inter-twining the dough. Even better = let it prove once more than usual and let a skin form on the dough so that when you layer it is even more obvious where the layers lie.
Put simply - layered loaf of bread - can be sliced or more easily torn. Done a few recipes for bread but not a monkey loaf yet! Will do one day though
a short cut version of monkey bread is made with the biscuits that come in the little cans that are in the refrigerated section of the grocery store.
The biscuits are cut into quarters, dipped in butter and cinnamon sugar and made it a 'mountain of deliciousness'...then baked. and when you remove from the over, if you can wait, you pull it apart and enjoy....yum yum and yum
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