Summer Wheat Bread (Abm)

Summer Wheat Bread (Abm) created by Marg CaymanDesigns

From my Oster bread machine cookbook. The first recipe I tried from it. It was delicious! 1.5 lb loaf

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3hrs 5mins
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  • Measure and add liquid ingredients to bread pan.
  • Measure and add dry ingredients (except yeast) to bread pan.
  • Use finger to form well in the flour and put the yeast in it. Making sure yeast doesn't come in contact with any liquid.
  • Put pan in maker and close lid. Choose "whole wheat" setting and crust color. Press start.
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  1. shyvilette27
    A very basic bread, this recipe is extremely easy to flawlessly execute. I used honey instead of molasses and added some flax seed mill in place of a some of the all-purpose flour. It's a perfect bread for sandwiches. Thanks for posting.
  2. shyvilette27
    A very basic bread, this recipe is extremely easy to flawlessly execute. I used honey instead of molasses and added some flax seed mill in place of a some of the all-purpose flour. It's a perfect bread for sandwiches. Thanks for posting.
  3. Chef shapeweaver
    Summer Wheat Bread (Abm) Created by Chef shapeweaver
  4. Chef shapeweaver
    Before writing my review,I have to say "WOW !!!" This some bread :).This recipe was sort of made as it was written the changes I made were minor ones and they are as followed.All the liquids( the water was warmed up between 70 and 80 degrees) were added as stated in the recipe.And like another poster I used honey instead of the molasses. Then both flours were added, and I made two little " wells " in one the yeast was added and the other the salt was placed.Since I like baking the bread in the oven,only the dough cycle was used.After removing the dough,shaped into a loaf then placed in a greased pan.Then covered and left to rise in a warm place for 1 hour.When I went to see if the dough had risen enough,it rose high enough to start coming over the sides of the pan.So, I figured it was ready to bake.:) After preheating the oven to 350 degrees, the bread was baked for 30 minutes.The smell coming from my oven was just wonderful.But the taste was exactly what I was looking for in a wheat bread. I'm sure going to make this again.Thank you so much for posting and " Keep Smiling :) "
  5. Chef shapeweaver
    Before writing my review,I have to say "WOW !!!" This some bread :).This recipe was sort of made as it was written the changes I made were minor ones and they are as followed.All the liquids( the water was warmed up between 70 and 80 degrees) were added as stated in the recipe.And like another poster I used honey instead of the molasses. Then both flours were added, and I made two little " wells " in one the yeast was added and the other the salt was placed.Since I like baking the bread in the oven,only the dough cycle was used.After removing the dough,shaped into a loaf then placed in a greased pan.Then covered and left to rise in a warm place for 1 hour.When I went to see if the dough had risen enough,it rose high enough to start coming over the sides of the pan.So, I figured it was ready to bake.:) After preheating the oven to 350 degrees, the bread was baked for 30 minutes.The smell coming from my oven was just wonderful.But the taste was exactly what I was looking for in a wheat bread. I'm sure going to make this again.Thank you so much for posting and " Keep Smiling :) "
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