By Vino Girl on April 09, 2005
Photo by Chef #901869
Photo by Chef #901869
Serving Size: 1 (70 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 24
"Excellent recipe! I have used it four times now. It is fantastic toasted as that brings out the flax flavor even more. My DH loves it.
Twice I have substitutied 2 cups whole wheat flour instead of white and it's really good with that. I also have added a handful or two of whole flax seeds for extra texture. I have doubled the yeast the last couple of times now that helps it raise to a better size. My first loaves were a little smaller than I wanted."
"I just had a slice of this toasted with butter on it...mmm!Next time I make this I will use all whole wheat flour for added goodness.I used tradional yeast and put the dough through 2 rises."
"This is very good bread....but it didn't rise much for me for some reason. I will be making again but trying the regular double rise yeast."
"This bread is delicious. I love it so much and make it weekly at my house. I use half whole wheat flour to make it healthier. Great recipe!"
"I also did this bread in my Kitchen Aid mixer. I ended up using a little more flour this way. The result was two beautiful, delicious loaves. I brushed the tops with olive oil before baking. I am so excited about this recipe that I shared my photo! I have never done that before. Very, very easy! Thanks for sharing it!"
"Great bread and easy too. Being a lazy old fart I started in my KitchenAid bowl with the mixing paddle and switched to a dough hook for step 5. My wife feels strongly about whole wheat so I went 50-50 on the flour. Thank you Vino Girl from a Vino Old Guy Wayne"
"This is really good! I used 1 envelope of rapid rise yeast and it came out to about 3/4 of a Tbl. My 2 year old devoured a piece very quickly, which says a lot about the recipe. I will make this again, but will try it with some whole wheat flour. Thanks!"
"This bread was fantastic! I substituted 2 c. whole wheat flour for the flour. My husband and I devoured both loaves very quickly!"
"kburie, this bread is delicious. I used ground golden flax seeds, and took some liberties with the ingredients (types of flours, including some gluten, and upping the oil). Just had a hunk with nothing on it, fresh from the oven. Yum. This will make great toast and sandwiches."