55 Ratings
  • 5 Rating Star 24
  • 4 Rating Star 19
  • 3 Rating Star 7
  • 2 Rating Star 3
  • 1 Rating Star 2

I've used dill in breads and just love the flavor, but one day while preparing hamburgers, I wondered if I could use actual pickles. Here is my creation use dill pickle juice for half of the water for the deluxe version. Enjoy!

Tony
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Ingredients

12
Original recipe yields 12 servings
The ingredient list now reflects the servings specified

Directions

  • Place ingredients in the pan of the bread machine in the order suggested by the manufacturer.

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  • Use the white bread, medium crust setting.

Tip

Aluminum foil can be used to keep food moist, cook it evenly, and make clean-up easier.

Nutrition Facts

13.71 calories; 0.38 g protein; 1.01 g carbohydrates; 1.02 g fat; 2.54 mg cholesterol; 200.14 mg sodium. Full Nutrition


Reviews (48)

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Most helpful positive review

10/24/2003
This is a fantastic bread for pickle lovers. The second time I made it I added a bit more diced pickle and upped the pickle juice-to-water ratio to 3:1 then reduced the salt by 1/4 tsp. This is the perfect bread for roast beef tuna salad chicken salad and innumerable other sandwiches.
(30)

Most helpful critical review

08/16/2003
This recipe seemed to be an excellent idea but it didn't turn out for me. The bread didn't rise at all...not even a little bit and I followed the recipe exactly. My yeast was good I have used it sucessfully recently on other recipes. I did wonder why there was no sugar in the recipe...I thought yeast needs sugar to act. Also I am told salt keeps the yeast in check so the extra salt in the pickle juice may have done something also. This recipe smelled wonderful as it baked I was sorry it didn't turn out. I threw the bread away. Anyone have any suggestions to save this recipe? Had it risen it would have been wonderful. Thanks! Heather
(15)
55 Ratings
  • 5 Rating Star 24
  • 4 Rating Star 19
  • 3 Rating Star 7
  • 2 Rating Star 3
  • 1 Rating Star 2
10/24/2003
This is a fantastic bread for pickle lovers. The second time I made it I added a bit more diced pickle and upped the pickle juice-to-water ratio to 3:1 then reduced the salt by 1/4 tsp. This is the perfect bread for roast beef tuna salad chicken salad and innumerable other sandwiches.
(30)
04/14/2003
My wife loved this bread. Great bread for sandwiches. I chose to set my crust to a darker setting for a richer crust. For the kids I chose to use onion powder instead of chopped onions. Both came out great.
(20)
05/19/2003
This bread didn't rise for me and the bread ended up being heavy. I had added sugar to help the yeast along but this didn't seem to work. I thought maybe it would be better to add chopped pickles and dill pickle juice to my regular white bread recipe for bread machines.
(18)
12/11/2005
Check bread during kneading cycle I had to add more flour. Makes the best sandwiches ever. It has been 5 years now that I have made this. So this is an add on. Make sure the juice and the pickles are at room temp. I add extra dill weed. Yes for 5 years I have been making this bread and love it. I use the dough cycle only. Thank you Tony
(18)
04/14/2003
This is the BEST bread I have ever made in a machine and I've worn out 3 machines! Very light and tasty. I grated my pickle Clausen's Kosher Dills and used distilled water.
(16)
08/16/2003
This recipe seemed to be an excellent idea but it didn't turn out for me. The bread didn't rise at all...not even a little bit and I followed the recipe exactly. My yeast was good I have used it sucessfully recently on other recipes. I did wonder why there was no sugar in the recipe...I thought yeast needs sugar to act. Also I am told salt keeps the yeast in check so the extra salt in the pickle juice may have done something also. This recipe smelled wonderful as it baked I was sorry it didn't turn out. I threw the bread away. Anyone have any suggestions to save this recipe? Had it risen it would have been wonderful. Thanks! Heather
(15)
04/14/2003
The pickle taste wasn't as distinctive as I had hoped - I even used pickle juice for the water.
(14)
04/14/2003
Good recipe but needed adjustments-added sugar and some gluten flour (for the 1/8 c flour) for a really good bread. Also try adding 1/2 finely chopped onion
(13)
04/14/2003
I added an extra pickle since I love pickles. Great bread recipe!
(12)