The bread turned out wonderfully. I followed the recipe exactly. Like any bread, it was the most "heavenly" when it was still warm. My husband is so sold on this recipe, he's asked me to start making it all the time and to stop using store bought bread altogether!
Great loaf of bread! I made 2 loaves. One on the dough setting in the bread machine and the other with the kitchen aid. I baked both loaves at 350* for 30 minutes. The one made in the bread machine turned out to be a high-riser and looks and tastes wonderful. The one with the kitchen aid didn't rise as high (I should have left it to rise higher) and it is obvious denser. It will make good toast. Thanks for sharing this great recipe.
This bread was awesome! I made it twice, the first time as is and used the regular cycle in the breadmaker & turned out perfect. The second time I tried to cheat and did not work, the rapid baking cycle and this recipe do not jive apparently :) Thx for a keeper...
Yummy!!! I made it in the bread machine but added too much yeast the first time. Those packets have 2 1/4 tsp and I just dumped it in not realizing it was too much and the top collapsed and it looked like a sad loaf but was still tasty. Used the correct amount the second time and it looks better but still tastes great! Really good when the edges are crunchy! I am amazed what a little potato can do for bread. Thanks for sharing!!
This turns out a great loaf! I make it on dough cycle then knead it a bit and shape it ... let it rise an hour then bake at 375 for about 35 minutes. I really like the texture for sandwiches. I've also been using canola oil instead of butter only because I try not to eat too much butter.
Great wheat bread recipe. We just ate it with butter, but I can see where it would make good sandwiches. Light, but not TOO light with a great wheat flavor.
Excellent bread with a wonderful texture. A definite keeper! Update 6/13/09 This has become one of my favorite bread recipes. I can always count on it coming out soft and fluffy and downright delicious! It stays nice for days, unlike so many ww breads. I prefer to bake it in two smaller loaf pans at 375 for about 35 minutes.
this is so good. I will definitely make this again, my family devoured it.
What a lovely loaf of bread this makes! I made this with a stand mixer, let it rise 1 hour, shaped the loaf to rise another hour, then baked at 375 degrees for 30 minutes. The dough was great to work with, very light and fluffy, and the bread is moist yet firm. Thanks for sharing a keeper! Made for Spring Pick-A-Chef 2014
WOW great bread. Love it for toast in the mornings.