I have a question about the ingredient "brioche pullman loaf or if you prefer a white pullman loaf" on the recipe "Flank Steak on Texas Toast with Chimichurri" from sdebrango.
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A pullman loaf is a rectangular shaped loaf of bread, am including a picture. Really its just a regular loaf of bread. I was able to get a brioche pullman un-sliced so I could make the slices extra thick.
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Pullman loaf is a classic sandwich bread shape -- long and rectangular.
It is often labelled as sandwich bread.
It is square or nearly square.
Here's a picture of a loaf and the pan it is made in from the King Arthur Flour website:
Here's the link if anyone is looking for a pullman pan.
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