Nice color and very dense. I did use more water than the recipe calls for as my bread machine was bogging down. I used a total of at least 1 1/2 cups plus another tablespoon of water. Thanks duonyte for posting. Made for PRMR Holiday Special.
I really like this bread. I make a double batch in my kitchenAid mixer. I did find the dough to be too dry, so the next time I changed the water to 1 1/2 c. I also changed the salt to 1 tsp (personal taste). Nice to find a healthy delicious recipe, thanks.
WONDERFUL!! I used 1/2 bread flour and 1/2 a homemade whole wheat blend...threw in a bit of whole flax too...instead of egg wash did a rice milk, honey & flax gel glaze...so good...looking forward to making it with molasses and trying chia seeds next time...Thanks for a beautiful bread recipe duonyte...made playing "I recommend tag"
Loved it! Make this bread! I also increased the water to 1.5c and the salt also. This is definitely a back pocket recipe for me! Thanks for posting.
Delicious and so easy to make! I made it exactly as written, and it turned out beautifully. I did do the egg wash and sprinkled whole flax on it. Our whole family enjoyed it. I will definitely be making this again! Thanks for sharing.
Recipe was great! thanks for the additional reviews adding more water to dough, the loaf cam out moist and delicious! I didn't give it 5 stars because I would have loved to make a larger loaf!! :) .. also there was no info on rising time as i don't have a bread maker. otherwise A+
I've been making this weekly for a couple of months now. I throw it all in the breadmaker and run it on a regular cycle.The only ingredient change I make is that I use white whole wheat flour. I am amazed at how tasty it is! I have never seen a recipe use so much flax seed and it gives the bread a very nice nutty taste. My 5 year old eats it with his sandwich for lunch everyday (sliced thin because it is a bit dense) and that makes me feel good that he's getting his omega 3's!
I loved this bread. I had some milled flax seed I needed to use up and found this recipe. I added 1 1/2 cups of water and about 2 tablespoons less flour. The dough was a little sticky when I took it out of bread machine. I will oil hands next time. It came out perfect! I will make exactly this way again.
Very nice hearty bread. I did use molasses instead of honey. As I type there are only two slices left.
The aroma that filled my home can make even the most carbohydrate-resistant dieter hungry. I thank you for sharing your glorious recipe, but if you could spare it, I also could really use a million dollars. Made for PRMR.