This recipe is one of the best Onion Rye 's I have had in such a long time. I am so happy I found it, as I am not able to buy good rye in this part of Texas. Reminds me of my days in Jersey where we had good N.Y. Rye bread. The aroma in the house lasted all day long.
I will be making this often, as it is one of my favorite Rye's so far. My husband really liked it too.and wants me to make this again.
This recipe is fantastic! Thank you so much for posting it! Today I am making my third batch...I just finished cooking the onions and now after reading the other reviews decided to add the dried onions also. Can't wait to try these! I have done the loaves as your instructions note and today I'm making them into sandwhich sized rolls. Yummy!
The aroma alone is wonderful-could hardly wait for this to cool down to slice and it is one of the best bread machine recipes I have tried! I am surprised at how good this taste as it has NO sugar added and the pepper is perfect. It is moist and dense. I used a 1/3 cup of dried onion, omitted the caraway as I did not have any, and added 2 tablespoons of butter (b/c my yogurt was low fat). Made to go with Grilled Steak Sandwich With Mushrooms and Caramelized Onions. Thanks duonyte for a keeper! Made for 123 Hit Wonders.
Well, this was my first attempt with my new bread machine, and we were pleasantly surprised. I made recipe exactly as posted with no substitutions. The flavor was excellent, and so was the texture of the bread. Will save some for sandwiches, and we had some of it with Chilied Chicken and Hominy Soup#309700, it made for a delightful dinner. Made for 1-2-3 hit wonders.
I made this on my KA stand mixer and did some amount adjustments, I used 1/3 cup chopped dried onion in place of the fresh onion, it baked out lovely with a nice flavor, thanks for sharing!
This is really flavorful. Nice crust and texture. Made a great brisket sandwich.