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.
Conestoga is a steakhouse where I live. They serve steaks, potatoes and these rolls. That's it. But they are exceptional! These are so easy to make, and well worth it! Remember that they have to rise in the refrigerator all day before you cook 'em.
I have used this recipe for over 30+ years. I first saw it in a cookbook put together by factory workers. I received this cookbook as a gift and have since made it my main and favorite cookbook. It is so ragged and well used. I hope you enjoy them as much as I have making them.
This is our "everyday" lunch bread. I make it every night for the next day. I originally got it from the Oster bread machine recipe book but I adapted it somewhat. The 100% whole wheat recipe was just too heavy for our family. It makes a 2 lb loaf. Once I started making this bread, I couldn't go back to store bought!
My wonderful grandmother made the best bread and rolls. She'd have a batch waiting when we got home from school. This is as close to her recipe as I could get (Gram didn't measure her ingredients). I usually make these into crescent shapes -- but you can shape them however you want. Cooking time includes the time to let the dough raise.
This is a recipe that I found about 40 years ago in a Better Homes and Gardens Bread Cookbook (there is a late version available, but it does not do as well). I have made this for 48 years and now my daughter, DIL and two grandchildren are making it. If you are looking for a no-knead, easy, and oh so delicious recipe, this is it. I was a beginner cook with no previous cooking experience all those years ago when I first started making this.
This recipe has never let me down! It's a simple recipe for a 1.5 lb. loaf of sheer goodness. You can use either all purpose flour or bread machine flour, and I would encourage you to use the bread machine flour, I think it makes that much of a difference. When you're looking for a classic full-proof recipe for white bread in your bread machine look no further than this!
An accidental creation one day, this is what happens when your 4 year old decides she is going to help mommy bake... But the results are fabulous. I make this to go with soups and chili, or with a large dinner as rolls. The kids also like it when it has started to dried out a bit as bread pudding. The time includes both risings, mixing it up takes about 15 minutes.
I have tried tons of recipes in my quest to duplicate "Auntie Anne's" pretzels. I found this one on the net, and it really tastes VERY similar to the real thing, best one so far. I have tried experimenting with add-ins and toppings. One of my faves is adding dried italian seasoning to the dough and sprinkling with parmesan cheese, garlic powder, and coarse salt, dipping
I hate dense/heavy whole wheat bread. However, I was told to keep my blood sugar level I had to eat complex carbohydrates. It began my search for a pure whole wheat bread that I could eat as a sandwich and enjoy it all. Two notes: the vital wheat gluten and kneading time are crucial! You must do them or it won’t work. Also, I am at a high altitude of just over 4,200 feet so adjust for where you live.
I tinkered & messed with this recipe until I got it right. It bakes up high and light and just..well..Beautiful! I dont have good luck baking my bread in my machine, so I just make the dough in it and bake it in my regular oven. I hope you enjoy it! I do live at high altitude (6,000ft), which might have some effect on this.