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Oven cooking turkey sliders and a bread dough question

Bazel Sep 23, 2011 05:26 PM

I am planning to make buffalo turkey sliders as part of my menu for a shower. I want to be able to cook the sliders in the oven (I normally pan fry). What temperature and how long would you cook the sliders?

Also, since the shower starts at 11:00am I am having a worried about getting my slider buns cooked on time. I am using a white bread recipe from the Bread Bakers Apprentice. First rise is 90-120 minutes then you shape and rise again for 60-90 minutes. Could I do the first rise the night before and shape the dough and put them in the fridge and then take them out in the morning and do the second rise? Or, should I consider baking them off the night before? If I do that how should I store them overnight?



  1. chowser Sep 23, 2011 06:29 PM

    I can't address the sliders but with the bread dough, I'd put it in after shaping loosely draped w/ plastic wrap. Let them come to room temperature before baking.

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