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    After reading the posts in the Eastern European Forum and having my mouth water all day I went to the library. Being Polish I looked for any polish cookbooks I could find. There were not many on the shelf but found The New Polish Cuisine by Chef Michael J. Baruch. Now I can add even more recipes to my Polish cookbook here on zaar!! Thank you so much for creating the Eastern European Forum!!!

    Recipe #118404

    This makes a light and delicious loaf, with no sugar added, so it isn't a sweet bread--perfect for sandwiches or savory toppings! Cooking time will depend upon your bread machine.

    Recipe #111091

    This makes a pretty loaf with a nice texture that slices easily. Flavor is slightly sweet (not too sweet) with a cheesy hint- perfect in my opinion for breakfast but also for savory uses. This differs (in ingredient amounts) from other recipes given here on 'zaar so I'm posting it. Baking time will depend on your machine.

    Recipe #118515

    A "mystery" bread to serve at a party and see if the guests can guess the secret ingredient. Makes 3 big and beautiful loaves of a good-tasting, slightly sweet all-purpose bread. Be sure the water-and-milk mixture is not too warm before adding the yeast. --The Middlebury Inn, Middlebury, Vermont

    Recipe #320976

    10 Reviews |  By loof

    This tasty bread is even better the day after it's cooked! From the "Texas Church Supper and Family Reunion Cookbook."

    Recipe #458339

    I adapted this recipe from one I found at the food Blog Joy the Baker.

    Recipe #348851

    This recipe was found in "Cuisines of Portuguese Encounters". I haven't made it yet.

    Recipe #374108

    3 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    A crunchy-textured bread with a barley flavor. Uses the nugget type Grape Nuts, not the flakes. The added gluten is optional, but makes a lighter loaf. Cook times vary by machine.

    Recipe #387787

    The title says it all. This is so good. This is a sweet bread, great for breakfast or snack. I must warn you, it touched the top of my breadmaker. It is too good not to share. I changed another recipe and added some things. My additions were the raisins and cinnamon. It origially was suppose to make a 1 1/2 lb. loaf. I didn't think the raisons and cinnamon would have add that much, but I guess it did. You might want to adjust to make a 1 1/2lb. loaf because I will list this as a 2 lb. loaf. It is so good! It knead the heck out of the raisins so there is little bits all through the bread. Chewy, sweet and moist. I used sugar free syrup to cut down on sugar. I hope you enjoy it as much as my family does. Please leave feedback.

    Recipe #139283

    I had this at a party, last year before Christmas, and spent 2+ hours looking for it...finally found it at the Washington Times website; it is a Bev Bennett recipe, and is nice and different...may be served with recipe#347481, or is great stand alone!

    Recipe #347748

    14 Reviews |  By Marie

    This makes a loaf of soft tender bread when baked in the bread machine and is so tasty! Can also be shaped into 2 oval loaves or rolls and I have also included the baking time for them.

    Recipe #167900

    Baking bread every Sunday has become a tradition in my house. It fills my house with the cozy smell of fresh baked bread, and the act of kneading has become a source of meditation to release the stress of the work week. Needless to say, this recipe isn't for a bread machine. This was one of my best breads so far. I think it's the addition of the mashed potatos that makes this a wonderfully moist elastic bread. Beware of over-kneading this one, you don't want the dough to be too moist, but it will retain a bit of stickiness throughout.

    Recipe #382779

    5 Reviews |  By duonyte

    My brother lives in a part of the country that does not recognize rye bread - not at all! So I've been searching for an easy rye bread recipe, and ran across this one, from the Fleischman Yeast company. Batter breads are an easy introduction to yeast breads for beginning bakers. Any kind of rye flour can be used - light, medium, pumpernickel . Sunflower seeds or other seeds can be substituted for the caraway. Batter breads tend to be softer than more traditional recipe breads so that your slices will be a bit thicker.The recipe originally called for 2 tsp salt, which I've reduced to 1 1/2 tsp.

    Recipe #389169

    I was so frustrated trying to find a manageable recipe for this I made my own. I don't like the bread machine because I like to make several loaves at a time. This is more Scandinavian than Slavic in nature. A bit lighter but full of flavor and robust enough to hold your kraut and pastrami or butter and jam. The dough is stickier than normal Whole Wheat bread so don't get discouraged it isn't as hard as it sounds. I use a Bosch but have translated for standard stand mixer.

    Recipe #263946

    This is a great sandwich rye that I came up with. We love the addition of the dehydrated onions, but it's great without them as well. Sometimes I will use 3 cups white and 1 cup rye and sometimes I use 2 cups white, 1 cup white whole wheat and 1 cup rye. This makes a 2 pound loaf in my Zojirushi bread machine.

    Recipe #346734

    This recipe was originally given to me by my father-inlaw. I have altered it a bit and added the seeds.

    Recipe #377404

    Pure comfort food! Wonderful addition to a large breakfast or brunch. Delicious anytime. Best when served warm. Note the recipe calls for sharp cheddar but medium or mild cheddar could be used. Do not use American cheese or processed cheese food, such as Velveeta, because they will not work in this recipe.

    Recipe #86746

    With football season and the holidays coming up I am always looking for great appetizers. I found this one at Land O Lakes site and am posting for safe keeping. I plan to make this soon, and will update. Note: Prep time doesn't include thaw time.

    Recipe #390356

    2 Reviews |  By Sam #3

    Taken from an All you need is Cheese cookbook

    Recipe #332361

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