I've had this recipe since I was a pre-teen. It's on a yellowed sheet of paper that is worn thin. The heading reads "Old World Breads Made Easy" - (Pillsbury, Around the World with Easy Recipes). I remember making it when I was a young teen (12 or 13) and though I hadn't mastered breads by any means, I remember it being very good. It was one of the first breads I made from scratch all by myself. I've been searching for this recipe for so, so many years and I just found it. I'm soooo happy! I plan to make it again!
Entered for safe-keeping, from "The Best Bread Machine Cookbook Ever: Ethnic Breads" by Madge Rosenberg. This is a light bread, good for breakfast or tea. The chocolate is more a scent rather than making the bread sweet. Try it with a peanut butter sandwich, or coat it with bitter-orange marmalade.
From a forum discussion on TheFreshLoaf.com and other sources these hard rolls are very good with brats. Shape them round and leave off the egg wash for a Brochen (German Hard Rolls) or shape them round with the egg wash for a NY style hard roll.
This recipe is my friends Amber & Eric's favorite pizza dough recipe which they modified from Cuisineart's pizza dough recipe. I decided to add a little garlic. This is what I call great pizza dough! Preparation time includes rise time, and bake time is an estimate.
This is a very tasty and moist cake...I mean, bread! I've posted the recipe as it was given to me, but I make it, I leave out the walnuts and don't make the topping. It's pretty sweet without the topping.
This is a hearty, meaty breakfast bread that is as versatile as your imagination wants to let it be. Add as many meats and ingredients as you like, or simply scale it back to simply Ham and Cheese. All delicious, however, we like the Meat Lovers Breakfast bread the best.
This is the 1st recipe I submitted here I hope everyone will enjoy my recipe :). Since I love salty food and of course salty buns are quite rare, I decided to make them myself. I'm using coconut milk to get a bit stronger and traditional taste.
Mama Stace says, "This is a delicious Swedish coffee bread recipe converted for use with a bread maker! My family is Swedish, and ever year we make this recipe just in time for Christmas. We always enjoy it especially on Christmas morning. We used to make a long, drawn out version that was my great-grandmother's recipe, but thanks to modern conveniences like the bread maker it takes much less time and work! I hope your family enjoys this as much as mine has." From allrecipes.com.