|by Anthony Blake|
Since our highly successful Bread Book was published in 1992, great changes have occurred within breadmaking and consumer expectations of it.
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Boil 1 1/2 ... substituted for the bread flour, but the ... will help make the dough easier to knead. Don't bake the bread for too long; it will be dry.
In a small ... remaining ingredients to bread machine and pour ... hollow when tapped on bottom, but be careful not to overbake as this will dry it out.
Place ingredients into bread maker in order given or as directed in your user's manual. Select appropriate cycle and crust color and press start.
Mix all ingredients. Refrigerate. Carve out middle of pumpernickel bread, saving middle pieces. Slice pieces into wedges. Place dill dip into bread.
Dissolve yeast in warm water. Stir in molasses, salt, shortening, caraway seed and rye flour. Beat until smooth. Mix in enough white flour to make ...
Blend cheeses together ... of whole fresh pumpernickel bread. Scoop out ... can be refrigerated, but for best spreading results, serve at room temperature.
Dissolve yeast in warm water. Stir in molasses, salt, shortening, caraway seed, and rye flour. Beat until smooth. Mix in enough white flour to make ...
Soften active dry yeast in warm water or compressed yeast in lukewarm water. Combine molasses, caraway seed, salt, shortening, the rye flour, about 1 ...
Dissolve yeast in warm water. Stir in molasses, shortening, caraway seed and rye flour. Beat until smooth. Mix in enough flour to make the dough easy ...
Put active dry yeast in warm water. Take molasses, caraway, salt, Crisco, rye flour and approximately 1 cup of flour and mix with soft yeast. Beat ...
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