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This reminds me of the bread my grandmother made.
What a tasty combination--honey and cornmeal. It makes wonderful toast in the morning and great sandwiches. I have made this for many years and it always rises perfectly into nice, round loaves. It is easy to make and not too many ingredients.
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This bread is so easy to put together using my KitchenAid Mixer and dough hook. It produces a crusty loaf that is wonderful toasted and served with homemade jam. Also makes a hearty sandwich bread. Recipe is courtesy of Williams-Sonoma Essentials of Heathf
From the test kitchen at Taste of Home. Cooking time includes time for bread to rise.
"Pre-slice and freeze these loaves. Then simply defrost, heat and rub butter over top for a 'fresh out of the oven' taste."
In my opinion the most amazing breakfast bread ever! Also a very nice bread without the mango.
"Lots of sliced almonds and poppy seeds add crunch to this light and tender lemon bread. At our house, eating the scrumptious loaf just isn't the same without the accompanying citrus-and-cheese spread."
This is definitely a labor of love, but the end result is the most amazing bread! Because of the complex three build process, this recipe probably is not the best choice for the first time bread baker. Besides basic sourdough bread, there are so many possi
Though it might sound a little weird this is a really good bread here. I made if off of another bread recipe on recipezaar called yeast free sugar free bread recipe. I skipped the salt and used 1/4 cup of pumpkin per batch and it turned out just great! If
This is a dark "quick bread" that is fast and easy to prepare. Because it doesn't use yeast, you don't need to knead it or let it rise. Don't be put off by the long list of instructions. It's just that the recipe is very detailed. I am not a breadmaker and