Bread Machine recipes
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Hi all! A while back, my husband purchased a Nutrimill to grind our own flour. He lost interest and it has been sitting in a cabinet. I just picked up a Zojirushi bread maker and I want to start grinding my own flour and baking bread. I have googled all sorts of keywords looking for a good recipe and I am really confused by what I am reading. (I am new to bread making)
Does anyone know why there are ugly bread hole on the bottom of my bread now? It wasn't like that before. It's as if the bread is expanding and cooking at the same time.
Do I need a new one or can this be fixed?
Just got it and made a nice loaf of rasin bread. Raisens didn't mix in too good and many were on the bottom of the load. I guess I'll learn by trying. Is there an Oster bread site or is this the site for all the info? Thanks for any help you can share. Ron
I just started baking again after many years of having little free time. Today I made pumpkin bread in my new bread machine and it turned out yummy.
But, at the center of the finished loaf, a very small section, about a inch wide and a inch and a half deep, the bread was not cooked. I used the sweet bread setting because the recipe did not say anything specific. Did I use the wrong setting? I plan on giving loaves of bread as Christmas gifts and I want to be sure I get it right. Any suggestions about what I did wrong would be appreciated!
I have found that my sandwich bread tears and breaks when I eat sandwiches. Has anyone found a better recipe for stronger sandwich bread?
I am trying to use only sourdough starter for bread making, but I LOVE my zo, as it is so easy to set up and bake without getting the entire house hot.
I have a go to recipe for the whole wheat sandwich bread we use and I have no clue how to convert to a sourdough recipe. It is a basic soft sandwich type bread that the grandkids will eat and tastes good with peanut butter and honey. the recipe is :
320 ml water
2 tbsp. butter
45 gm honey
420 gr whole wheat flour
3 TBSP gluten
1 tsp salt
1 1/2 tsp yeast
I bought my first bread machine a few months ago. I hope to get some recipe ideas here. I'm somewhat new to making bread. So far I've made some honey white bread from a recipe I discovered in someone's YouTube video.
Anyway, I bought the "West Bend 41300 Hi-Rise Bread Maker". I absolutely love it. I wrote a review on it, which you can find here: http://seekyt.com/westbend-41300-hi-rise-bread-maker-review/
I hope you don't mind me posting the link.
Hopefully someone can help me as I am tearing my hair out trying to figure out what is going wrong?
Every single wholemeal loaf I try to make in my breadmaker, sinks on the 3rd rise/bake? I have tried numerous recipes, different flours, less liquid, more liquid, hot, warm & cold water, less yeast etc... all to no avail? They always taste good but they look awful. I have even tried a different breadmaker.
My white bread is great and looks & tastes really nice so I know that the machines are not faulty?
I have a bread machine that I use only on the "dough" setting, since I don't like the shape of loaves baked in the machine (or the hole at the end...I use an old bread machine I got at a thrift store).