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followed the recipe exactly, have been making bread machine bread for over 20 years and this recipe is a disaster. first time in my life the bread didnt rise, came out as a doughy wet unrisen loaf with a huge sunken crater in the middle and the bread was full of weird holes. Yes, my yeast is good before anyone assumes otherwise. not a good recipe.
we really liked this bread. finding fresh chives in florida is impossible, so i used the dehydrated ones, the bread was wonderful right out of the machine and made great toast, too!!!!!
Not sure if this bread smelled better than it tastes or tastes better than it smelled! Whichever, it was great. I used the quick bake function and the loaf rose beautifully. Thank you so much for this recipe. Can't wait to try it out on the kids, they'll devour it in minutes.
This bread was wonderful. It rose so nicely, and had great texture. Smelled so good too. Thanks for posting!
Was not impressed at all. Didn't rise up nice like the picture shows. All the ingredients were fresh and the recipe was followed exact. What was the purpose of the baking soda?? never heard of baking soda in bread before.
A delicious loaf of bread and one so easily made. Made as posted using the normal cycle on my bread machine. Loved the aroma while baking and we could hardly wait to get to the eating. Served along with your Creamy Corn and Turkey Soup it made for absolute comfort food and an excellent and satisfying evening meal. Thank you.
This is a delicious loaf of bread! I love the smell of the chives as the bread is baking. This loaf rises nice and high and has such a soft and tender texture. I used the dough cycle of my bread machine and then took the dough out and placed it in a greased loaf pan. I baked it at 350 degrees for 30 minutes and it was perfect! Thanks!