Love baking bread and rolls. When wrists began to make kneading difficult I got a bread maker - my hand made recipe#146085 now only made for those special occasions when family gather. This recipe goes back to my first bread maker and is the one I turn to when needing fresh bread or rolls with the taste of old fashioned bread ... in my bread maker perfect bread every time which is a real plus when expecting guests. Great on the dough cycle for rolls and those recipes calling for frozen bread dough - especially for the pull apart breads. Just the right amount of dough to fill a bundt pan when making Manda's awesome Monkey Bread recipe#17248. Do check your bread maker recipe book to assure it can make a dough using four cups of flour.
These are what I would desribe as "best ever bagels". They are crisp on the outside and soft and chewy on the inside. I've had this recipe for years - and was passed on to me by another bagel lover. They are especially nice eaten whilst they are still warm, spread with Philadelphia Cream Cheese, thin slices of smoked salmon, a good squeeze of lemon juice and some freshly ground black pepper! They are also very nice for breakfast,toasted and spread with Philadelphia Cream Cheese,and raspberry jam!
This is adapted from a recipe that came with my Toastmaster Breadmaker. It was for onion bread, I added the cheese. The bread is a light brown color because of the onion soup mix. This makes a 1 1/2 lb loaf.
This recipe is based on one from Cooking Light. The original recipe is a sourdough Mennonite recipe, apparently from the Volga German community. Cooking Light simplified it by using yogurt instead of sourdough starter. I've reworked it for the bread machine. It made a big, beautiful and fragrant loaf.
Get out the pastrami and cheese for this superb rye bread! This bread offers a rich, full flavor that travels easily from the breakfast table to the dinner table. This one is definately a keeper. I hope you think so too!
These buns are great for sandwiches. They are just the right size...not as large as burger buns, but just right for lunches. They have a terrific texture and you can vary the garlic/onion to taste, or leave it out completely. Cheese would also be good. But best of all...no kneading and it couldn't be simplier.