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I had a bit of a hard time with weighing the ingredients but my scale is not accurate so went by feel LOL Used my ABM but next time will do by hand we just prefer bread done the old fashioned way . It smelled heavenly baking and was so yummy still warm. We were only so so when it was cold BUT it is GREAT toasted the next day. Made for PAC spring 2009
WOW! Great bread.First time I make bread using the metric system and weighed all my ingredients. I did have to add some extra water.As you can see I cooked it in the oven. If someone can show me how to cook it in the machine and avoid those holes from the paddles; I would try it. Anyways,the flavour, the texture, the aroma and the taste make this bread very special. It is going in my Best from Zaar Cookbook. Thank you for posting.I just had to include a picture. Sage/Rita
This is an easy, hearty bread that I served sliced thickly with "Cheddar Cheese and Chutney Toasted Doorstep Sandwich!" for a wonderful lunch. It is pictured with this sandwich in the photo I posted. Thanks for another justification of owning a bread machine.
Excellent bread. I had no difficulty with it at all and it yielded a tall, well formed loaf. The taste is lovely with the parm cheese and it made wonderful grilled ham and cheese with tomato sandwich for lunch. I should say that I baked this in the oven as my machine paddle always sticks and tears a huge hole in the bread. The machine did all of the mixing and kneading however.
this was ok - I would have rather cooked it in the oven, didn't come out right from the bread machine. It rose too high and didn't cook all the way through