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    Here are the most incredible recipes for breads of all kinds. I am not a very experienced baker, but want to become the best that I can be! To me, there's something sensual about bread dough that you've made, just before you bake it. Several of you have helped me more than you'll ever know, and I thank you so much!
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    This recipe is adapted from The El Molino Cookbook that I've had for a million years!This has the potential to make 3 loaves and is the ONLY recipe I use for whole wheat bread.It is the moistest I've ever had and because honey is a natural preservative it has a longer shelf life. You can add a little more honey and make amazing dinner rolls or cinnamon rolls.The cookbook states "the same natural ingredients but a new improved method that gives a higher, lighter loaf." Yes, this rises 3 times! I use the quick acting yeast and am able to make 9 loaves in a day without stressing out.You can substitute about a cup of the whole wheat flour with a cup of white bread flour but I rarely do.Enjoy!

    Recipe #151775

    This is the 100 percent whole wheat bread from the cookbook "Healthy Bread in Five Minutes a Day" by Jeff Hertzberg and Zoe Francois. It makes enough for four 1-pound loaves. If you are familiar with the book, you know that the principle is to make a big batch of dough, then grab off pieces each day (or so) to bake hot and fresh. They also say whole grain spelt can be substituted. In addition, they offer more recipes, photos, videos, etc. at www.healthybreadinfive.com. I would just like to mention that the cookbook is great for the wealth of background information and a huge variety of recipes. It's great to read, so even if you find the recipes you like online, if you have even a little interest in bread making, you will enjoy the book immensely!

    Recipe #418387

    6 Reviews |  By Gaia22

    These are lite and healthy biscuits you can make easily any time. I was amazed at how satisfying they are with barely any sugar or fat!!

    Recipe #348443

    A wonderful apple bread that bakes out great, these freeze very well ;-)

    Recipe #73748

    First, don't let the long list of instructions turn you away . . . it's very simple! This is my version of Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day (by Jeff Hertzberg and Zoe Francois), a revolutionary approach to bread baking. Actually it's a combination of Five Minute Bread and Cook's Illustrated Recipe #290761. Perfect answer to a busy life . . mix once and store in the refrigerator. (See list below of other uses for this recipe). When you're ready to bake take out the amount of pre-mixed dough needed and store the rest in the refrigerator for up to 10 days. The flavor will be similar to sourdough, developing more intensely over the days of storage. Preparation time indicated does not include pre-fermentation time, which can vary from 3 hours to 10 days. Special equipment needed: Large (5 - 6 qt.) plastic container with lid (not air tight) and a baking stone or a 5 qt. dutch oven (depending on your choice of baking methods). I've found that it's best to line a basket or bowl with parchment paper; let the bread rise, and then back in a preheated dutch oven. Note that the beer used in this recipe must be a lager; DO NOT USE AN ALE as they use a different type of fermentation. Do not use glass jars with screw tops (they could explode from the trapped gases).Lidded plastic buckets designed for dough storage are readily available -- I purchased mine through King Arthur Flour. Other ideas for use: Pita Bread: Recipe #310219 Lavash: Recipe #310451 Baguette: Recipe #317472

    Recipe #309834

    No this isn't the 'real' animal, but a variation of Beavertails® pastries sold at the Winter Carnivals here in Canada.

    Recipe #278157

    Plain white, simple sourdough bread. A great starter recipe to use if you are new to sourdough baking. The dough cycle of the bread machine can be used to prepare the dough, if you like. Prep time does not include proofing time for starter.

    Recipe #34753

    hamburgers are so unbelievably good in these homemade buns. When you have some time on your hands, kick back and make these, you won't be sorry. This great recipe has a pedigree...I found it in the King Arthur Flour Baker's Companion and they attributite to bakingcircle.com where it was posted by Ellen Dill. Thanks Ellen Dill!

    Recipe #80613

    I got this off of the internet and so I thought I'd try it. I have not made it as of yet, but plan to within the week. With just the two of us, a loaf can last a few days. I love the feel and smell of a good yeast dough, but for busy days, this comes in handy. Hope you'll give it a try and let me know what you think of it. Times don't include 2 hour rise time.

    Recipe #231117

    This is a treat my mom makes around Christmas. sometimes I add nuts, sometimes I don't.

    Recipe #12989

    I found this recipe in an old church cookbook that my aunt in North Carolina gave me.

    Recipe #56477

    If you reside in the U.S. then you might want to use *all* bread flour, Canadian residents use half bread and half all-purpose flour, you can make two smaller loaves or make one large loaf or the dough may also be shaped into 18-20 rolls, you may use up to 1-1/2 teaspoons salt. Prep time includes 1 hour rising time, since every bread machine dough cycle time is different, the prep time is only estimated.

    Recipe #245182

    9 Reviews |  By Steve_G

    Sweet Northern Style Corn Bread

    Recipe #45323

    36 Reviews |  By Geema

    You can create your own fillings for this very easy calzone. I don't use the pepperoni, but substitute cooked, chopped spinach. You can also add sauteed onions and peppers, olives, ricotta cheese...etc. I have also made small individual calzones to dip in Marinara Sauce...heaven! Kids love these.

    Recipe #60781

    I love using ciabatta to make feta and tomato sandwiches - it's a good, sturdy bread and the porous texture is great for juicy sandwiches. Making ciabatta sounds tricky, but it's really quite easy - just remember to keep the dough wet! Rising times are not included.

    Recipe #139236

    DH and I buy at least one loaf a week of ciabatta and eat it with olive oil. I finally decided to see it I could make a better bread than the brands we've tried from the store. We agreed that this is the best bread we've EVER had! The first loaf was gobbled before the second one came out of the oven! :) Can't wait to make it again!! Note: The dough will be VERY sticky - do not add more flour. The bread itself is not tall and fluffy. It has a wonderfully crisp, tender crust. It would be perfect for an Italian sandwich, if cut horizontally, of mozzarella, basil, tomatoes, olive oil, balsamic vinegar and s&p.

    Recipe #29100

    Called Italian slipper bread because of its rustic shape that resembles a slipper. This chewy, homely loaf is great with a chunk of Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese and sliced dry sausage. Since the dough is so wet, the bread machine is the perfect place to make it. You can buy ready made dough enhancer or make your own...this improves rise, texture, crumb and crust. I have not made this recipe, but posted it for a request. Recipe was found on Breadmaker's forum website. Bake time is an estimation, as no time was given.

    Recipe #29224

    The recipe for this moist, dark holiday bread was found in the Taste of Home's Fall Baking Cookbook, 2009.

    Recipe #393746

    From Canadian living . Have not made yet and times are approximate I have also included direactions for using an ABM Makes one loaf

    Recipe #349736

    This bread is absolutely amazing!!! I started with the basic dough from the book "Artisan Breads in 5 Minutes a Day" and then started to play around. This is a deliciously sweet (not too sweet, though) bread loaded with nuts and cranberries and then topped off with brown sugar and almond crust. This is very close to the bread from "When Pigs Fly" except it doesn't cost $7 a loaf. This comes together very easily, so don't let the long list turn you off. This makes 4 loaves. The original recipe could be set aside in the fridge for up to 2 weeks, allowing you to make a loaf when you liked. I'm not sure this would work, since I haven't tried it. Also, I like to use non stick foil, but feel free to use a pizza stone instead (with corn meal to avoid sticking). UPDATE: I have changed the order around a bit, since it seems that there was an unexpected fermentation between the yeast and the cranberries.

    Recipe #282324

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