Total Time
3hrs 10mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 3 hrs

Got the beginnings of this from a recipe that came with my bread machine.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Add all ingredients to bread machine according to manafactures guide lines.
  2. Set for dough setting.
  3. Remove dough after cycle is complete.
  4. Put in a cooking spray or oiled 9x5 inch loaf pan.
  5. turning once.
  6. Pat so dough fits the pan.
  7. Cover& let rise in a warm place about 30 minutes Pre heat oven to 350 degrees.
  8. Bake 25-30 minutes or till browned slicghtly.
  9. Makes 1 loaf.

Reviews

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Update: I made this bread again today, this time measuring everything carefully. I did not use a bread machine. I have reached the conclusion that the other two reviewers are correct, and there is too much flour in the recipe. I was not able to use the full amount of flour, and, if I had, I'm sure the dough would have been terribly dry. I would not recommend this recipe to someone who just puts the ingredients into a bread machine and turns it on. Review of Feb. 14, 2012: I got quite a nice, light loaf of rye bread from this recipe. I made the bread by hand, not using a machine. I'd like to give 5 stars, but, I lost track of how much bread flour I used. I measured everything else, and followed the recipe's quantities, other than increasing the caraway seeds a bit. I don't really need to measure flour when I make bread by hand, so just used enough to get a nice dough. There do seem to be some dissatisfied reviewers of this recipe, and, since I didn't follow it exactly, I'm not going to leave a star rating. BTW, the recipe yielded 680 grams of dough for me, very nearly 1 1/2 pounds. If I have a chance, I will try this again, measuring the flour carefully, and rewrite my review. Thank you for the lovely loaf of bread.

mianbao January 04, 2013

This bread was HARD and didn't rise hardly at all. I even added gluten flour to hlep with the rising and it didn't make a difference. Will not make this again.

anneefreez March 30, 2007

I had to put this dough through my bread machine twice as the first time it was too dry. I added just under 1/4 cup water. The dough is a rather stodgy one and so I put it in my Tupperware silicon kugelhopf mould to make small snack size slices which would be perfect for appetisers. This worked well. The taste is reasonable.

Missy Wombat July 13, 2004

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