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    6 Reviews |  By duonyte

    From a Fleischmann's Yeast recipe book. This is one bread that does not really taste good until it is toasted, but then it's great. Very quick and easy. I've only done the orange-nut variation, loved it. I am sure you can come up with other great variations, let everyone know!

    Recipe #134589

    31 Reviews |  By Zurie

    After posting this recipe, and making the bread at least 3 times a week, I have simplified the rising process, and eliminated the messy parts. The original recipe comes from baker Jim Lahey of the Sullivan Street Bakery, and has been discussed on Zaar. I have tweaked it a bit, and this is the closest I can come to those French "boules". It is real BREAD bread, not chemical cottonwool. All you need is time. The instructions are terribly long, but once you've read through it, you will see it's only to make the already-easy process still easier. Now you only need hunt up a suitably heavy pot with lid ... This is the best bread I've eaten in years. UPDATE, 13-8-07: Decided to try and use 4 cups flour to get a fatter loaf. It worked, and with the same smallish pot I got a lovely loaf. This 2nd recipe is tacked on to the instruction list. Good luck! By the way, if you want wholewheat bread, don't use this recipe. Rather use your bread machine or your normal way of bread-making. This very French-style loaf should be made from white bread flour, and you can add in a little fine rye flour. Sometimes I add 1 cup of "brown bread grain flour" which is very finely stone-milled, and has no large bran flakes. But basically, this is a white bread. Go on, indulge! Slice a piece for yourself when you can handle it and the crust is still crunchy-hard ... Heaven!

    Recipe #196201

    Tasty "premade" pizza crust.

    Recipe #37455

    I saw flax seed at the grocery and bought it without any idea of what to do with it. I found out that flax seed contributes fiber and omega-3s to the diet. Even better, it made this delightful, speckled loaf with a nutty flavor. Wonderful as is or toasted.

    Recipe #143230

    This is a very good whole wheat zucchini yeast bread. The zucchini blends right into the dough, providing half of the moisture and subtle flavor. The bread is so light that a 1 1/2 pound loaf recipe will be the same size as a 2 pound loaf. We love this bread. Enjoy.

    Recipe #87129

    Would you like to make fresh bread but don't have time. This recipe doesn't require any kneading! It takes only 15 minutes to prepare for baking and then you'll use your large crock pot (I use a large oval 6 qt pot) so you don't even have to heat up your kitchen. I found this recipe on www.justslowcooking.com and think it's just fabulous. The dough is very soft so you may be tempted to add more flour but resist the urge. You're going to end up with a loaf that's coarser in texture than bread that has been kneaded before rising and baking. Made sure that the loaf pan or casserole dish is well oiled and that there is room for the bread to rise. Also, it's important that you refrain from opening the lid of the crock pot until at least 2 hours have passed. If you don't have a trivet that can be placed in the bottom of the crock pot you can crumple up some aluminum foil and place your loaf pan on that. As of July 16, 2010 I made a very minor change to the recipe. I've had no problems with it.

    Recipe #217686

    8 Reviews |  By duonyte

    This flavorful bread is a slightly modified Gold Medal recipe. Preparation time is approximate. I like the bit of a "bite" that the lemon pepper adds, but feel free to substitute any herbs you like. Double amounts if using fresh herbs. I usually bake this as rolls or baguettes for sandwiches.

    Recipe #136363

    This recipe is from Epicurious.com, from a recipe called Three-Cheese Cornmeal Pizzette. I just make the dough and improvise the toppings. The cornmeal gives a wonderful texture and flavor to the dough. The dough freezes well - great for smaller households. The directions below are for two pizzas - but the entire recipe makes four.

    Recipe #227543

    Whole wheat bread recipe for bread machine.

    Recipe #169955

    This is a delicious hearty loaf, perfect for cinnamon toast.

    Recipe #96392

    I found this in an old magazine and if it's good enough for Robert Redford, then it's good enough for me! Seriously, what red-blooded American woman wouldn't want to break bread with Robert Redford?

    Recipe #102516

    Quick easy and tasty. This is a simple pasta dough that I found, I mixed it in my bread machine even though recipe states use food processor.

    Recipe #79031

    From one of my BH&G cookbooks. This bread is so yummy toasted up for breakfast and served with bacon and eggs. Freezes well too.

    Recipe #224764

    Olga bread just like from the restaurants. I found it on another site but it was so good I had to share it.

    Recipe #79388

    8 Reviews |  By Bev

    If you are a meat and potatoes kind of person, this is the bread for you! The velvety texture and rich flavor make this bread a wonderful companion to roasts, and a natural for meatloaf sandwiches. Served warm, it turns a bowl of vegetable beef soup into a memorable meal. From Electric Bread.

    Recipe #56891

    5 Reviews |  By Bev

    It may not take the place of your first cup of coffee in the morning, but this coffee-flavored bread is a great way to start the day! Think of it as a latte you can eat with your fingers - and best of all, no spills on the dash board!! From Electric Bread!

    Recipe #55558

    4 Reviews |  By Bev

    This bread makes sunflower lovers sing! The sunflower seeds impart a lovely, subtle taste and a lovely chewy texture. Toasted, this bread does wonderful things with fruit and jelly, and will breathe new life into that predictable cheese sandwich. From Electric Bread.

    Recipe #52797

    21 Reviews |  By Bev

    This is the recipe I use when making my homemade bread stuffing. I also use this recipe to make homemade coutons. It is incredibly fragrant while baking and will fill your house with it's fabulous aroma! This loaf is excellent for any cold meat sandwich you can dream up! With it's many uses, I hope you enjoy it as much as I have! I found this recipe in Electric Bread. 12-16 cup pan capacity; or one regular size loaf

    Recipe #50830

    Made with crushed pineapple and mashed bananas.

    Recipe #47078

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