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Wonderful loaf of bread! I used fresh rosemary, dried marjoram and thyme. I added a heaping tablespoon of dried onion flakes. I shaped and baked my loaf in the oven, but mixed the dough in the machine. I baked the loaf about 30 minutes at 350° F. The bread came out extremely moist and so flavorful. This one is going into my file of keepers. Thanks, Bev!
Oh wow! This is sooooo good! I made it to serve with an Italian dinner, but it didn't last long enough. My hubby and I stood around and ate half of it as soon as it came out of the machine! I didn't have any marjoram, so I used oregano in it's place. Otherwise, I followed the recipe exactly. This makes great garlic bread, too! I plan to use it for croutons soon.
I made this for a fishing trip that we took last weekend to use for BLT's. I couldn't eat it (special diet), but everyone that did loved it, and said it was delicious! It also held together very well. The ducks wouldn't eat it, but that's their loss :) Thanks!
Wow, what a fabulous bread. I used dried onion instead of chives. Only half of the salt and it turned out so wonderful. The aroma alone was satisfying. It is best Served hot with real butter! YUM
mmmmmmmm, good Bev!! I didn't have marjoram or thyme, so I added extra basil, rosemary and onion flakes. Very crusty on outside and just plain yummy on inside. I made it to serve with spaghetti and it is wonderful! I put a little garlic butter on it and placed it under the broiler. Perfect! The leftover bread will be used tonite when I serve a roast. Thanks alot, Bev!
THIS IS A KEEPER!!! I made this with chives I got in our CSA and used more than double, along with Dried thyme, home dried Basil, garlic, and dried italian seasoning. It was absolutely DELICIOUS!! I mixed it in my Kitchen Aide and let it rise on the stove (while I baked a delicious chocolate zucchini cake) and then baked it on convection at 350 degrees for about 25 minutes. I toasted it and put a fried egg on it for breakfast the next morning. It was wonderful! Can't wait to have this with soup or chowder sometime! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!
This recipe worked really well in my Panasonic bread machine. Thanks for sharing this.
Wow I barley got a slice! I made the dough in the bread maker and let it rise and bake in the oven. We had it with a Roast and the bread hit the table and disappeared! The teenagers just loved it thanks for this wonderful recipe! Its a keeper!!!!!
Even though I was forced to make some changes, this bread was excellent! I used regular AP flour instead of bread flour and added a tablespoon of wheat gluten. I never run out of herbs but, guess what? I didn't have quite enough thyme, marjoram OR chives!! I added a little onion powder and a wee bit of oregano and it was still wonderful! It was a nice, high-rising loaf with a lovely texture and flavor. I imagine it would make wonderful toast, but it hasn't made it that far yet! I just keep popping slices in the microwave for a few seconds to warm them up, slathering them with butter and chowing down! I will definitely be making this again with the proper herbs as soon as I replenish. I think it will be even better with a more pronounced thyme presence. Thanks, Bev, for a lovely loaf!
This did not turn out very well in my breadmaker. You never can tell what recipes are going to do well in any partiuclar breadmaker. The loaf did not rise very well, so it turned out indented in the center and was a short loaf. Flavor was okay, but texture was too dense for my taste.