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    Breads,Yeast

    These are great breads some of them I have made & some are ones I want to make.
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    I use white flour in this recipe. It can be made with whole wheat flour instead if you prefer. Makes 3 8 inch pitas, with a few extra smaller pieces which are great for snacking.

    Recipe #111905

    I know there's a couple version out there . . . but this is as close to the real thing you can get! No food coloring here! I bake exclusively with instant yeast, however I've given directions for both. Original recipe is from Gloria Pitzer (queen of copycat) however I've made some minor changes! Time does not include rising time.

    Recipe #372243

    This recipe was found on the internet at easteuropeanfood.about.com. Preparation time does not include the times needed for the dough to rise several times.

    Recipe #373359

    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

    I got this recipe when with a rolling pin set that I got from QVC in '96. They make HUGE rolls. I almost always put fruit in them as well - - cherry pie filling, cooked apples, dried apricots and the like. It makes way too many rolls for my family to enjoy while they are fresh, so once I roll them up and cut them, I only cook 3 of them and the rest go into the freezer. Then, I can take a few out at a time, thaw them & allow them to raise, then pop them into the oven.

    Recipe #153916

    Made with cottage cheese and dill seed. This originates in Driftwood Christian Church in Southern Indiana from years back and made to work in a bread machine. Enjoy. This bread can also be made as a 1 1/2 pound loaf instead of dough.

    Recipe #327988

    1 Reviews |  By Clarely

    Only a few ingredients, but it makes a big fluffy loaf that looks and tastes store bought (except for the big hole in the bottom from the mixing arm!)

    Recipe #313054

    5 Reviews |  By Mirj

    The making of this bread involves a lot of time waiting for the dough to sour and ferment, but it gives a satisfying feeling to make your own rye bread.

    Recipe #22966

    Really yummy recipe. It takes a bit of time to make but serves a crowd, or you'll have enough for dinner + several lunches. It works great from the freezer to the oven; I usually freeze left overs. You can be creative with the filling, anything goes. To make the dish more kid friendly I puree the green pepper and onion until souplike, this way the kids don't even know they are eating it. For dinner I serve it with a salad and a vegetable like corn UPDATE - I have changed the yeast to read 4 tsp instead of 4 tbsp - the confusion arises from converting a recipe using fresh yeast - as is customary in Denmark - to dry yeast. I have made it no problem with 4 tbsp but according to the review it can be made with 4 tsp.

    Recipe #322839

    I find most 100% whole wheat buns are very dense, and let's be frank, taste like the floor of a barn. This recipe is an adaptation of my "Mom's Air Buns" #168628, and makes delicious, soft, healthy,and easy to make rolls. I think the unusual addition of vinegar is what makes the difference. Edited to include links to recipe#419620, and recipe#419622 for those of you who wish to make whole wheat loaves instead of buns...same great taste and texture! For those unfamiliar with how to shape rolls, you may find it helpful to look at the following links for instructions: http://www.recipetips.com/kitchen-tips/t--1121/shaping-rolls.asp http://www.finecooking.com/articles/shaping-dinner-rolls.aspx

    Recipe #168802

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    It's safe to include and enjoy the icing on this bread! . For the icing be sure to use the powdered sugar sub recipe given instead of plain Splenda. It's picture pretty and holiday perfect.

    Recipe #335293

    If you like fluffy brown bread this is it. No white flour here. You can use any 100% whole grain wheat flour. I mill my own. This bread is not heavy like most 100% whole wheat breads. If it is you used too much flour and your dough was too stiff. If it flattens out and won't stand up you need more flour. The total amount of flour is usually about 6 1/2 to 7 cups. This recipe has been in my family for years and we all make it. We make a lot more now that we have powerful mixers and the hand kneading is bye bye.

    Recipe #181106

    This is our best whole wheat bread recipe. Give it a try as MarshaD did, and enjoy it with great results. This recipe really should be called Marsha's favourite bread as I would never had posted it if not for her great reviews and comments. So give my sisters bread recipe a try too.

    Recipe #110946

    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

    7 Reviews |  By Maito

    This is an adaptation of a recipe I made from Betty Crocker's Bread Machine Cookbook. Feel free to experiment with different seeds that meet your liking (example: dill, coriander, poppy, or fennel seeds). Intended for a 2 pound loaf (zmail me if you need the recipe for the 1.5 pound loaf - it is not a direct down conversion).

    Recipe #298335

    You don't need a lot of ingredients for this bread and it always turns out the same, which is why I love it. From The Bread Machine Cookbook by Donna German, who always gives amounts for small, medium and large machine. I'm posting the large recipe.

    Recipe #144746

    This bread makes wonderful sandwiches. It doesn't crumble when slicing, even when warm. Cooking times are approximate as times vary with different bread machines.

    Recipe #142068

    7 Reviews |  By Dib's

    The longer you keep it, tho more sour it will become!

    Recipe #10834

    58 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This is your basic Sour Dough bread starter to be used over and over again. Look for the sour dough bread recipe to make use of this starter. There are two ways to make sour dough starter one without yeast where you feed the starter daily and this recipe where you just let the yeast do the work and let it sit for 3 or 4 days. Be sure that you clean the jar well before putting the saved starter back in it.

    Recipe #13750

    Here is an excellent Sourdough Starter that you can use to add rich flavor to bread and rolls. This starter takes time to mature, but the taste is well worth the wait. Nothing beats the tang and chewy texture of sourdough bread, especially when it comes straight out of your own oven. From its firm crust to its soft interior, this bread is in a class of its own.

    Recipe #67075

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