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The best low carb bread I have ever had. I made one loaf and immediately refilled the machine to make a second loaf after I tasted this. Fabulous!
this is the "best" breadmachine recipe i have every tried. i doubled the recipe to a two pound loaf, it came out really nice. the taste was the best result yet, especially when toasted and buttered! this is absolutely "wonderful!" thanks for sharing this marvelous recipe.
Used bread machine dough cycle and baked in 8 x 4 bread pan in the oven 28 min @ 350. Great soft bread. Excellent for toast, sandwiches - just a great LC bread.
I made great hamburger rolls with this recipe! I let my bread machine (just purchased, so newbie here, not much bread making experience) cycle through the kneading and 2nd rise. I then divided the dough into 4 parts, rolled into balls and place them on a baking sheet with parchment paper, flattening them slightly. After letting them rise 30 minutes covered with a damp towel, I brushed them with egg wash (1 egg beaten with 1 T water) and sprinkled sesame seeds on top. I baked for about 20 minutes at 350 degrees.<br/>They came out with a beautiful glossy crust. I sliced them in half, sprayed with garlic spray and toasted them on the grill with the burgers. My cheeseburgers didn't look anything like diet food!. The buns were quite large; you should easily get 6 rolls out of this recipe.<br/>I did add salt as someone suggested. I also added some onion and garlic powders as my intent was to make the burger buns. I also added just a 1/4 t real sugar to make sure the yeast was fed.<br/>The texture of the crumb was not as spongy as the "world famous low carb bread" recipe also on this site. As a hamburger bun, it held together perfectly.
I had no idea what setting I should put this on as my bread machine had no auto settings for 2 hours. I didn't have soy flour so I substituted it with almond flour (almond meal). I baked it on white bread setting for a 750g loaf with a light crust. It was brilliant, couldn't be happier. It was a different texture but not unpleasant at all. I also toasted it :) Great easy recipe.
Wonderful! I didn't notice any overpowering soy flavor like with other baked things I've made but I'll still try this with coconut flour to get another flavor. Used the machine for dough then finished in the oven. Looked like regular bread but deceptively squishy to handle. I got 12 satisfying sized slices from this. Will definitely make this frequently. My only recipe change was to add a quarter teaspoon of salt. Thanks for sharing.
Very good low carb bread. Texture was excellent.
This bread was very good but it has a "heavy" taste because of all the high protien flours but it is a good bread and will be nice toasted. I can tell. I did add 1 tsp of salt though. I do not like unsalted breads very well and it helped to bring out the flavors. If you are looking for a low carb bread to try, give this one a shot. :-)
I was amazed that I really like the bread. My bread machine makes 2 lb loafs, so I double the recipe, but my loafs are never are as tall as the ones shown here. I have made it with both almond flour & sometimes with soy flour, and think both are good. I tried the Julian Bread and I like this much better.
I've tried this about 4-5 different times now, and only once in a bread machine. It never poofs up like in the photos. I think the only way I'd get that is to double the batch. I cook a single batch in a ball at 350 for about 20-25min. I LOVE the flavor. UPDATE 2/1/11: I have made this two more times. I have found that no matter what I do it is not the right size loaf if you make as is. You must double it and set it as a 2 lb loaf. At that point, its just not worth it to make to me. Its easier to go to the store and get a loaf of bread then spend the time and $ on the ingredients for this. Plus the store bread IS better.