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My kids LOVE this bread! The doughball is always really sticky but it bakes up just beautifully. I use a light crust setting. I make this for "company bread" because it makes such a pretty (and tasy!)loaf.
Fantastic fluffy white bread with a nice crust! This is my new staple white bread. I found the crust a little dark so I reduced the crust setting to light instead of medium like the recipe calls for also used the breadmaker setting for 3 hours rather than 3hr 30min. Still has to be wrapped or bagged when done to soften the crust. You'll love this bread just adjust the recipe to your liking!
Excellent texture and flavor on first attempt using an older model bread machine that I inherited without a recipe booklet. Used salted butter instead of margarine but did not adjust amount of salt called for in the recipe.
I love it and everyone else did to. Not sweet at all great taste. I personally use only a 1/2 tsp. of salt. Very easy to make by hand and oven bake. #1. mix all ingredients in a large bowl well (use blender with dough hooks so much easier). Make into a ball. #2. Rub just enough oil to cover the ball. Put in warm place and wait up to an hour letting it double in size.#3. Put dough into a 5X7 bread pan.#4. Let it rise again about an hour or to what you want.#5. Last 15 mins. of rising preheat oven to 350 to 375.#6. Bake for 30 - 35 mins.#7. Top with butter if you want.
The best bread recipe I have tried! I have tried quite a few and this one was the best. The crust was perfect the slices are great for sandwiches not to airy not to dense. Amazing! Will defiantly bake up some more of this bread. Oh and I substituted corn surup for the honey since I didn't have any on hand.
I use this recipe to make sourdough bread in a bread machine. I reduce it to 12 servings and substitute my sourdough mix for the water. I also put the yeast in a quarter cup of warm water to activate it. I add 2-3 tbs of olive in addition to the butter to increase moisture. Here in CO bread can come out very dry as the climate is so dry. Best bread I've ever made!