This is a slight adaption of a recipe from Amy Dacyczyn's "The Complete Tightwad Gazette." We lived on this bread when my son was little as we could not afford to buy regular sliced bread. We often make 12 rolls instead of the 2 loaves. This is wonderful bread!
These are my families absolute favorite home-made bread recipe. I have been making it for years and am always asked for the recipe. You can also use this recipe for caramel, cinnamon or sticky buns. This is a wonderful recipe to make Sat. night, roll out before you leave for churchu and then have ready to bake when you get home.
This is a great recipe for fresh summer peaches! Freezes
well and makes a great quick breakfast, lunch box snack, etc. Fresh peaches make all the difference in flavor - if fresh isn't available, try frozen. I substitute freshly ground whole grain flour for the all-purpose. **PLEASE NOTE**.
If you substitute store-bought wheat flour for the all-purpose, you do not need to add the additional amount of flour - just use the same amount as all-purpose.
This is a very delicious bread with an Italian cheese filling, I have been making it for years and am never disappointed. Very easy to make, it is a yeast batter bread so no kneading is required, I like to cut into this and serve while it is still warm. The cheese is actually a filling and not mixed in with the batter.
This is the one I make all the time. I use the bread machine to make my dough and then bake in oven to get that rustic look. It rises nice and the crust and texture is great--give it a try. Prep time includes the total bread machine and rising time.
You can also make this in your KitchenAid mixer instead of the bread machine, using you kneading hook. Oil bowl cover let rise in a draft free spot.
This bread is so moist and flavorful that my kids even eat the ends, which for most quick breads I usually have to throw away. At Christmas, I make the mini loaves and give as gifts to my neighbors. The oil can be replaced with 1 cup of unsweetened applesauce. Still flavorful but not quite as moist. If possible, don't skip the walnuts, they really add to it.
These muffins have such a fine grain that they're almost cake-like. They still have that golden corn look and taste and rise high and stately in the oven. Recipe from famous Junior's restaurant in Brooklyn.
This recipe is from a Taste Of Home Magazine too. I will never buy a boxed corn muffin mix again. This was very simple, and they taste so much better! And they don't fall apart on me, like the boxed mix kind. Super Yummy!