|by Linda Collister|
No kneading, no waiting for the dough to rise--these breads are the easiest of all to make.
1 - 10 of 31 for pumpernickel flour bread
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Boil 1 1/2 ... bowl, combine rye flour, white flour ... substituted for the bread flour, but the ... 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.
This sweetly glazed ... Whisk in the flour, syrup, salt, ... temperature with desired bread and Maple-Mustard Sauce. ... serves 14 to 16 as part of a buffet.
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.
In 3 quart ... minutes. Stir in flour and cook until ... melted. Garnish with pumpernickel cubes. For a ... cooked broccoli, cauliflower, and diced carrots.
In 3-quart saucepan ... minutes. Stir in flour and cook until ... about 1 minute, stirring the soup constantly. Serve soup garnished with pumpernickel cubes.
Cube the chicken ... it in the flour. Julienne the ... "uncooked" taste from the sauce. Serve immediately over rice or fresh Chinese noodles. Serve with:
Arrange bread slices on a ... low heat. Add flour and cook, whisking ... Top with tomato slices and sprinkle evenly with remaining bacon. Yield: 24 slices.
(Dissolve yeast in water. Add flour to mix.) Blend pumpernickel flour into starter ... minutes. Divide and place in pans. Bake at 400 degrees for 35-40 minutes.
Dissolve yeast in ... seed, and rye flour. Beat until ... corners of baking sheet. Cover; let rise 1 hour. Heat oven to 375 degrees. Bake 30-35 minutes.
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