Spicy Argentina Chimichurri Seasoning in a Bread Machine! Full of herbs and spice. You can process completely on bread cycle or process as dough, shape into a loaf, let rise (about 30-45 min.) and bake at 400 until golden brown. Comes from "The Best Bread Machine Cookbook Ethnic Breads", posted for ZWT, Argentina. Time in bread machine is not included in prep or cooking time.
Mix it in your bread machine and bake it in your oven. So easy, so tasty, so much fun to make! Prep time is however long your breadmaker takes plus that given below. *EDIT* On Feb 12 -09, I added the pan size option of a 10 inch deep dish pie pan.
The original recipe of this was a watch the bread rise, knead, leave etc...time consuming and not much fun. Throw a breadmaker into the equation and you can get on with making all the yummy things to accompany the naan. A good basic recipe that disappears quickly.
This is the bread my kids beg for! It is great toasted or served along with a good bowl of chili. Enjoy! :)
(Special note: the optional cubed cheese add yummy-gooey pockets of cheese through out the bread!... give it a try) :) Makes a LARGE 1 1/2 pound loaf. UPDATE: As many of reviewers have suggested, adding another TB of dry ranch dressing mix adds a wonderful boost of flavor! I usually add 2+ TB., but wanted to be conservative, due to sodium content concerns of many.
I needed bread and wanted to use what I had at home. This is what I came up with. It came out of the oven with a crackly, blistered crust and a great light texture. Excellent with soup or for sandwiches.
The mixture of Yoghurt and Honey is delightful. Of all my bread recipes, this is the family favorite. Note: some folks think the rolls are a little sweet, some have suggested cutting the honey back by half.
This is a very tasty bread. We use it for toast and sandwiches. It is always requested by my family for functions. I got the recipe several years ago on the internet. Sorry I can't remember who from. I sure would like to give them credit. The prep. time includes time to rise.
This is made in the bread machine and baked in the oven. Follow your bread machine directions. If you don't have a french bread setting just remove dough from the machine before the final rising stage and shape as directed.
I tinkered & messed with this recipe until I got it right. It bakes up high and light and just..well..Beautiful! I dont have good luck baking my bread in my machine, so I just make the dough in it and bake it in my regular oven. I hope you enjoy it! I do live at high altitude (6,000ft), which might have some effect on this.
A cheesy Italian style bread. Try making the dough in the machine and baking it in a log shape in the oven. When cool make it into garlic bread, Oh Yeah! or anything else that appeals. I used this today for making some great sandwich buns. I made a couple of them round but the rest of the 8 that this recipe made were the longer type buns. When you have great tasting bread anything that you put with it is also marvelous. I made a wonderful tasting sandwich with just a fried egg and some very thinly sliced sweet onion with a small skiff of mayo, some pepper and salt. I find that this bread doesn't rise a lot until you hit it with the baking temp then it pops up like crazy.
This recipe was adjusted for high altitude (5,000 ft), so cooks at sea-level will probably need to add more yeast than indicated. Although I haven't made this yet I am planning on making this soon to go with salad suppers. Recipe source: local newspaper which was adapted from a Fleischmann's yeast recipe.
OMG I can't get enough of this bread, neither can anyone esle. I usually start a second loaf as soon as the first one comes out, so there might be some left the next day.
From the book Electric Bread 2nd Ed.
Makes a 1.5 pound loaf.