My bread was very Heavy and wasn't very dark like the photo. The taste is OK not great. Can anyone tell me what to do different. I did proof the yeast and it was good. So disapointed was looking so forward ago this bread.
I am an avid bread baker and this was a great discovery. I loved the flavors, and rye flour is one of my favorites as well for whole grain goodness and taste. No problem with the recipe. Thanks for sharing!
I made into mini loaves to give to visitors at church. Great bread! Lovely color and taste. Thanks! Made for Newest Zaar tag.
It tastes really good for an imitation bread. Personally I don't care for it. But it is a good recipe. :)
Not a huge fan of the taste. I didn't realize it would taste so much like molasses, but now that I look at the recipe, I'm trying to figure out how it wouldn't taste like molasses. Texture was fantastic though. Mine didn't rise very well though. <br/><br/>So in review:<br/>Didn't rise, but had a good texture regardless.<br/>Doesn't taste like Outback's amazing bread, unless they changed the recipe to molasses flavored.
Im sorry but this bread didn't taste anything like outback steakhouse's bread. I followed it exactly to the recipe and it did come out as a pretty loaf with good texture but I really didnt like the taste...Im sure people that like rye or molasses would like this but I was hoping for a copy of the outback recipe and this wasnt it.
This is a great recipe! I don't normally bake breads or pastries very often, but when I saw this, I just had to try it! I made mini loaves, and they turned out great. Thanks for a simple and great tasting post!
This definitely did not taste like the Outback's bread. The texture is ok but it didn't rise as well as I thought it should. I made 2 round loaves and I think 1 standard loaf would have been good. All and all the taste is ok but that's all.