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chia, another great bread machine recipe, loved the dill in this, was great with roast beef and turkey as a sandwich! yummy!!

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LAURIE March 14, 2003

This was a yummy, moist loaf. Low fat cottage cheese works fine, and I used 1/2 ww and 1/2 ap flour, taking hippeastrum's advice to add a bit of extra water. I reduced the sugar by 1 T as well, as we don't like a lot of sweetness in bread. This was terrific topped with lots of butter and served with chicken vegetable soup. I really couldn't taste the dill much until the second day, and it was quite yummy then. Made for Healthy Choices 2008.

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smellyvegetarian November 02, 2008

This is an excellent recipe for delicious and moist bread that is extra easy to make. I have a recipe for a cottage cheese dill quick bread, but I have to confess that I love this one so much more, and it's just as easy to prepare. I'm thinking tuna sandwiches for the leftovers!

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Geema October 26, 2003

Very good. I also like that is very high in protein. I used half wheat and half white flour and so the mix was a little dry and I had to add more water (maybe 1/4 cup). It still came out fine. Thanks a lot!

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hippeastrum April 19, 2006

I had been looking to try a version of this bread for a long time, and glad to have found this one. I found the crust to have a particularly nice texture; a perfect blend of crispy and chewy. I did have to scale the recipe to my 1 1/2 lb. machine with no problems (I used 3/4 of all ingredients except the yeast, of which I used 1 package, or 2 1/4 tsp). I also threw in about 1 tsp. of onion flakes. I recommend the recipe, and it's in my keeper file.

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Charmed June 19, 2004
dill cottage cheese loaf