Loved this bread! It had a different texture than the other breads I have been making and had a slightly sweet taste. It was very easy to make and since the KitchenAid did all the kneading I managed to make bread without getting flour all over! We enjoyed it with some soup for dinner. (8)
Just lovely, lovely, bread, with a wonderful crumb! Soft, yet slices and holds together perfectly. I threw it all in my bread machine on dough (after scalding the milk and melting the butter), and it worked out perfectly. The decadent smell woke DH from a sound sleep! This is definately a keeper! Thanks for posting, diner - and thanks for recommending it in Best of 2010, gailanng!
This is defintely a Five-Star recipe! So easy to make using a stand mixer, and the texture is wonderful! I make this often - Thank you for sharing.
This makes a BIG loaf, but I'm a more is more kind of gal. More of this is more better. I think that sounded funnier in my head. Made for PRMR. (p.s. The texture is wonderful!)
This dough is lovely to handle. I reduced the recipe somewhat to make a single standard loaf of bread. The butter, milk and oil contributed to a tender crust and crumb, but the bread slices well for sandwiches. I did use some white whole wheat instead of all plain flour. I will be making this into rolls, as well. Oh, I threw everything into the bread machine, straight from the fridge for the milk butter and egg, and it worked beautifully.
This was so good! It was easy to make and tasted great. I was looking for something to serve with a Serbian beef and potato bake and this hit the spot. Thanks!
This was my first attempt at bread and it turned out great. A Winner.
Absolutly delicious! What a wonderful bread (even with my lightening). The texture is just like cake and it slices beautifully. I cut the recipe back to 2/3 and I still got a huge loaf (a lot of the oversized loaf *could* be because I got busy with something else and forgot the bread was rising, when I remembered to check it it was easily 3 times original size, oops). I used skim milk, 1 Tbs "good fat" margarine and 2 Tbs of canola oil, 1 Tbs Splenda, fat free sour cream and just egg white. This would be very fitting for any hoilday or special event table (I'm adding it to my Book#118900 cookbook). I just really can't rave enough about this fabulous recipe. Made for Photo Tag.