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    Homemade Bread, Rolls and Biscuits

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    406 Reviews |  By DDW

    We think this is the best white bread recipe ever! It is a tender bread with a slightly sweet taste. My dinner rolls using this dough are so good, everyone always loves them. It doesn't take to long to make them when the bread maker does most of the work. The cook time is listed for the rolls only because everyone's bread makers cooks at different rates. Mine is older and a regular loaf will take 4 hours and 10 minutes. I have found that 15 balls of dough fit perfectly in the 9X13 pan with sides touching after raising the 2nd time but they can be made whatever size you want. I hope you enjoy this great bread as much as we do.

    Recipe #71373

    144 Reviews |  By Manda

    This focaccia bread is sooo easy and tastes wonderful! Tons of herbs and seasonings, and tons of flavor!! Great to make sandwiches with! You can alter the toppings to your liking. I have made this with caramelized onions and sliced tomato on top...Mmmmmm!!!

    Recipe #27968

    Make up a large batch of rustic artisanal bread dough, store it and then bake a loaf each day you need fresh bread, amazing but true! This is a hodge podge of old fashioned English and French rustic bread recipes; the bread dough is made up ahead of time and stored (in the old days) in an earthenware crock or bowl, with a lid. You tear a piece of the dough off as and when you want to bake a loaf of bread. Easy! I use this style of bread dough regularly in the B and B, so I can always have fresh bread or bread rolls on hand for breakfast. You can add other types of flour to the basic white batch, as long as the ratio remains the same - you can mix rye or wholewheat flour with the white, or add herbs, onions, seeds, fruit and other flavourings. The dough can be used as soon as the initial proving has finished, but it will keep in a cool place or a fridge for a week or two - I do not recommend longer than 2 weeks however. The dough can be used for free form bread loaves, in bread tins, as rolls or other shapes. I have kept this technique and recipe to myself for a while, but I have decided to share it on Zaar now, mainly as my daughter keeps asking for the basic dough recipe! I notice that this type of long-term or long-life bread dough has made a revival in a new book called “Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day”; this recipe however, is a very old technique and method, dough was always made up for the week and then kept in the cold room or pantry for daily baking. My grandmother who lived in a 600 year old cottage in Northern England, used to have a stone slab in the Pantry where she kept her crock and dough, I remember sticking my finger in it!! This amount makes about 4 to 5 loaves of bread, depending on the weight and shape of the bread that you bake.

    Recipe #340621

    A great fall bread and so yummy.

    Recipe #190075

    This is a Land 'O Lakes recipe and very yummy! I love the flavor of pumpkin with cream cheese.

    Recipe #188949

    Nothing says AUTUMN quite like pumpkin with the warming notes of spices! A moist delicious bread that is wonderful "as is" or with cream cheese spread on it. YUM! I've also included healthier ingredient alternatives.

    Recipe #2510

    Per Google.com, the #1 recipe for Beer Bread in the world! There are a few recipes for beer bread out there, but none as simple (and tasty!) as this one. You can even mix it in the baking pan for easy cleanup. This is sensational when served with soups or just as a snack, but don't expect it to be around very long when your family gets a taste of it! Be sure to use a sheet pan on the shelf below the pan to catch any excess butter that may drip during cooking.

    Recipe #73440

    It got its name because the recipe was passed from neighbor to neighbor until the original title was forgotten, but what an appropriate title! You know it has to be good to be passed on and on like that! And surprise! No kneading! Just mix it up, and there you go. The instructions are easy to follow and its a delicious bread with no equal. Anyone can do it. (Cooking time includes the 2 hour rising time)

    Recipe #229995

    This is a recipe from King Arthur flour. It's the best Focaccia-type bread I've ever made. I put little chunks of Asiago cheese in my bread and topped with some crushed rosemary, oregano and garlic powder. It's a no-knead and very easy to put together recipe. The original recipe calls for pizza dough flavoring and Vermont cheese powder. Zaar wouldn't recognize these and made it say VERMONT CHEESE SAUCE.. which isn't what the recipe calls for. It's Vermont cheese POWDER. Plus the recipe calls for Pizza Dough Flavor which Zaar turned into Pizza dough. So please just make sure you understand that I couldn't figure out another way to rewrite the recipe, Thanks. I omit them both with no problem to the recipe but have copied the recipe as written in case you'd like to use those optional ingredients.

    Recipe #312502

    Fluffy biscuits from Food Everyday issue 9. Try using this as a topping for Winter Veggies Under a Fluffy Cheddar Blanket.

    Recipe #127125

    Typically, at the end of a long Saturday, after the farm has been put to bed, I bake these little focaccia delights. The bread usually fills the empty pockets of hunger that have made themselves known during the long afternoon. Sometimes I prep the dough the night before, or quite often, just plop the bread and make it pretty quickly. We usually sit around the wood stove, and devour a couple of pieces with some nice warm tea, or a cold beer, depending on how much we broke on the farm during that afternoon. Either way, enjoy, have fun, and always eat well.

    Recipe #267632

    The sour cream makes this very moist and delicious. Sometimes I add chocolate chips for a change-up.

    Recipe #314852

    Sally Lunn bread is a slightly sweet, brioche-like bread. It is believed to have been named for a late 18th century baker, named (what else?!) Sally Lunn, in Bath, England. Good fresh out of the oven or topped with jam, whipped cream or berries for any "anytime of the day" special treat. Try baking in Bundt pan for an attractive presentation. (Recipe source: Southern Living magazine)

    Recipe #270564

    Tender slices of chocolaty quick bread will satisfy your cravings!

    Recipe #48365

    1 Reviews |  By Molly53

    These cakes are named for a woman from Bath, England who originally made and sold them in the streets. From the New England chapter of the United States Regional Cookbook, Culinary Arts Institute of Chicago, 1947.

    Recipe #188146

    7 Reviews |  By Annacia

    The intro to this recipe reads: "Ah yes, I can smell it now... fresh bars of bread from a panadería. Mmm. The texture and flavor is hard to find in the American supermarket. I searched in vain for a recipe for spanish bread. Finally, I begged a kind baker in Spain to reveal his secret to the magical delight. Here is the real recipe, in all its glory. Mind you, it isn't the easiest to make, but oh the rewards. Feel free to share this recipe with your friends, as long as you include my name and web address, so others can contact me with comments. Thanks!" Dean Derhak - dderhak@xmission.com - http://www.xmission.com/--dderhak/recipes.html There is no yield amount given or times given for baking so don't count on the times given, I just had to put something in. If you have made bread it will make this one easier

    Recipe #228943

    From an episode of Barefoot Contessa ( Ina Garten). She makes this look so simple! Note: Cook/prep time does not include rising times.

    Recipe #235956

    Great served warm for breakfast or as a side to soup.

    Recipe #175764

    Easy to make and delicious.

    Recipe #285355

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