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Love this recipe! I used my KA for the kneading-other than that I stuck to the recipe, spraying the loaves twice with water, and for the second rise I let it go a little longer as I tend to make a dense loaf if I don't. Lovely crust with a great inside "chew". I used mine for garlic bread, another night I warmed some up to dip in extra virgin olive oil and pesto, and the other loaf I turned into french bread pizza! My husband said "you can make this anytime you want! Thanks for Posting!
I loved this bread! So did my roommates.
Very easy to make.
Very good! Bread was not as crispy as I would have liked but still very delicious!
This is a wonderful crusty bread! Just what I was looking for. I used my KA mixer with the dough hook to knead it. I brushed the loaves with an egg wash (1 egg and 1 Tbsp. water) before baking so they would come out a nice golden brown. My loaves spread out instead of up, but otherwise it turned out great.
The loaves came out of the oven nicely browned after 20 mins. The crust my slightly crisp (I only sprayed it once) and the inside was soft and moist. I'll try it again, not sure how many times loaves should be moisted with water though.
This is a great recipe. I add 1 cup of rocatta cheese at the end of kneading. Not dry at all. If your bread is too dry cut back a little on the flour.
So yummy! Everyone loved this bread! Easy and delicious! This is a keeper! Only one question, is there anyway to safe the dough for later use?
It has been a long time since I made yeast bread and this turned out fantastic. I highly recommend!! I used my Kitchen aid mixer to knead the bread and it worked like a charm.
Made bread exactly as described, except for the corn starch (I forgot). I brushed a little olive oil on the top and sprinkled with a bit of garlic powder. Came out delicious. Both loaves are gone, so I'm making more today.