By Elaniemay on March 16, 2010
Photo by AZPARZYCH
Photo by AZPARZYCH
"I got this from a friend when I was in high school. This is wonderful!! And so super easy! Thanks Kate!"
Serving Size: 1 (73 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"I made half a recipe and, since I don't have a Kitchenaid mixer, stirred it by hand. I admit I was a bit skeptical of how it would turn out--but the bread is delicious, very flavorful, with a soft crumb and crisp crust. It takes some pretty heavy-duty stirring, though! Still, it is easier than hand-kneading, and the result is terrific. Thanks for posting!"
"Thanks for posting! It's always fun to see how far recipes travel!! This recipe appeared in the 50's in a cookbook of Favorite Recipes of Pennsylvania Home Ec Teachers. My Mom and I have made this numerous times in years past; it always turned out well. Thanks for reminding me, will have to try it again."
"...Elaniemay hit the nail on the head w/ her intro description- this is WONDERFUL & so super easy!!! -lol...I'll add that it is SUPER....a must try ...made for "I Recommend Tag" (and I do recommend this!!!- big time!!) -LOVED IT- TRY IT...thanks Elaniemay!!! :) a great recipe share!!!"
"Thanks for sharing Elaniemay. I made a half the recipe, as I usually have problems making bread. Not this time, it was quick, easy and the results were delicious. The bread was light and airy. My dh couldn't believe that I made it. Thanks for making me look good. :)"
"Absolutely wonderful and easy to make bread! I goofed by not spraying the plastic I covered it with for the final rise and it stuck, so while it tastes fantatic, it doesn't look as lovely as it should. :( I'll be sure to make this again, though, because it's so simple! Thanks, Elainemay! Made for 1-2-3 Hits Tag."
"This is outstanding bread!! I am the worst at mking homemade bread (yeast hates me!) so I only made one loaf (1/2 batch) just in case it didn't work for me. I used my Kitchen Aid mixer and it worked great. I will definately be making this again and again!! Made for Photo Tag."
"This proved to be such a simple and delicious recipe (excuse the pun!!). I know that it's a no knead recipe, but I couldn't really help myself, and I had to have a little knead, purely for self satisfaction purposes!! The dough itself was very easy to work with,and next time I will definitely use the KitchenAid for mixing purposes and attempt not to knead it (old habits die hard!!). The end result was a very light and delicious loaf that really didn't stand much of a chance once it emerged from the oven,as my keen-nosed children and DH moved in for the kill,armed with knives and butter!! Thanks ElanieMay..made for PRMR."