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    Many recipes have been posted for the Amish bread, but none have included the starter, so I thought I'd send this along. Happy baking! Amish Friendship Bread and Starter

    Recipe #153

    The starters I found here aren't the same as mine, and I keep losing it, so I'm putting it here for easy reference

    Recipe #269245

    60 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    This makes great garlic bread. You can use more garlic to taste.

    Recipe #65423

    When I first starting making bread, I thought putting shortening on my hands would help in kneading. I was wrong! I wound up kneading the bread in the air. So I read everything about bread making I could, and after using a lot of recipes, I made bread that won the blue ribbon in the State Fair. Although I have written the recipe to use dry yeast, I use compressed yeast, if I can find it. The temperature for compressed yeast is 85 degrees. I also use this basic white bread to make cinnamon-raisin, herb, and sun-dried tomato basil. This recipe was not intended for use in a bread machine, as it makes 2 loaves. I do sift the flour before measuring, which makes it light. Since the excitement of the Blue Ribbon Recipes on the Zaar, a lot of people have asked me questions. I am trying to answer them by tweaking my recipe, and adding comments here at the top. Someone asked if they had to use "shortening". I don't think there are too many musts... Today, I made one of the two loaves with about 1/2 cup of Calamata Olives (pitted and cut into small pieces), and about 3 ounces of a shredded three cheese blend (Parmesan, Asiago, & Romano), it was awesome. My 8 year old granddaughter could not get enough! Next time, I will try to use olive oil with this combination.

    Recipe #162214

    This is an incredibly moist and tender Banana Nut Bread. The addition of the instant banana pudding gives it an extra banana "kick". I find baking it at a lower temperature avoids burning the edges. My DH likes it for breakfast served under two eggs over easy.

    Recipe #138062

    I got this recipe from my sister-in-law and it is to die for! Banana bread is a long time favorite in my house and this recipe won us all over....even grandma.

    Recipe #96521

    17 Reviews |  By Marie

    This is a delicious chewy bread flecked with spicy pepperoni and mozzarella cheese. Cook time is according to bread machine. Makes great garlic bread to serve with an Italian meal.

    Recipe #89014

    No machine needed. This recipe is yummy and very forgiving. It is a good bread to eat on its own or with cheese and wine. My friends and Family love it. Wonderful with a spinach dip. Perfect for hearty sandwiches.

    Recipe #66033

    Traditional Christmas bread made easy in a bread machine.

    Recipe #47087

    70 Reviews |  By Lane

    I have been experimenting with bread machine recipes; and this has to be the BEST yet. I love it! Wonderful warm from the oven or toasted.

    Recipe #22179

    All bread machines have you put in the ingredients differently, so refer to your bread machines directions.

    Recipe #11061

    This carefully adapted bread machine recipe makes a superb, wonderfully light and open-textured French style loaf, but smaller than most - ideal for one or two people. This recipe is also much lower calorie and lower fat than most and is sugar-free, lactose-free and egg-free. The small size is perfect if, like me, you live alone and adore fresh baked bread but find most bread machine loaves are just too big unless you eat nothing but bread all day or you don't mind it a bit stale / defrosted. This is my favourite loaf and I make it a lot. A couple of things I've learned from the various modifications I've experimented with are: Don't use water COLD and straight from the tap if possible - do let it warm up to room temperature before using for this loaf. French loaves are made differently to other breads and this is quite important. I used to use filtered tap water, but found that any cheap bottled spring water makes sufficient improvements in taste that its worth using if you have it to hand. I almost always add Vitamin C Powder (you get it from Pharmacy) as it is a recognised major flour improver and additionally helps the bread keep fresh for longer. Original recipe called for 15g butter but I 've found this is vastly excessive unless you care for the buttery richness. I do in my scones and shortbread - not in my white bread. Have personally found that 9g of (firm) baking margarine gives wonderful taste and texture. Commercially, vegetable oil is used for French bread and I like it just fine with oil - at least for health purposes - it becomes more savoury too. 1/2 a tablespoon is plenty. If you are looking for a small, exceedingly healthy white loaf with wonderfully light and moist texture then do give this a run - I'm sure you'll be delighted!

    Recipe #127249

    This is a very light and tasty bread recipe that is very easy for beginner cooks to make. I love it because I can make buns and loaves and even Cinnamon buns with the dough. Its perfect for every occasion.

    Recipe #125499

    A nice change from a traditional loaf of white bread.

    Recipe #271613

    I tried this recipe for the first time from my Black and Decker Bread Machine Cookbook and was very impressed with myself. Even though the machine made it I can still screw things up, but I didn't and it came out perfect. I subsituted 1-1/3 cup plus 3 tbsp of 1% milk in place of the powered milk and water and used the 1-1/4 tsp of bread machine yeast

    Recipe #98716

    411 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

    Delicious rolls that the whole family will LOVE!!

    Recipe #279415

    This is an adapted Amish bread recipe for your bread machine.

    Recipe #271707

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