All posts tagged Breadmaking

This easy and delicious amazing homemade Honey Oatmeal Bread made with quick or old-fashioned oats and a touch of honey is soft and fluffy.

This is an absolutely delicious honey-flavored loaf! Crusty on the outside and very soft on the inside. With a slightly sweet tasting.

A loaf of a light crunchy texture good for all occasions.

 

This easy to make Raisin Walnut Bread is so delicious, with a crispy crust jeweled with raisins and toasty crunchy chunks of walnuts to boost.

The dough on the inside is soft and moist; a perfect contrast with all the crunchies.

This slightly sweet bread goes extremely well with fresh goats’ cheese, cottage cheese or cream cheese.

It’s wonderful plain sliced right off the loaf, and it makes fabulous toast – both are outstanding, but I think toasting it allows the flavors to really explode. Whichever way you like it, homemade raisin walnut bread is a top-notch choice.

This last time I’ve made it my friends could not stop raving about how good it was.

 

I love this whole-wheat and yogurt bread because it makes a pretty loaf with a great texture.

Try it if you like a soft perfect crumb bread. It’s not at all heavy… in spite of the whole-wheat flour. It satisfies who loves a soft white wanting something with more hearty ingredients and better chew.

Excellent recipe for breakfast. It’s very easy.

 

This brown bread recipe using bread flour, whole wheat flour, and cornmeal is simply amazing!

It’s mildly sweet, soft and delicious, with hints of molasses. Sooo yummy!

This bread gets some brown color from the molasses.

It’s similar to the wonderful dark bread served at the Outback Steakhouse Restaurant chain.

I hope you love it as much as we do.

 

If you’ve ever tried potato bread, you know that the addition of mashed potatoes makes for some nice, soft bread because potatoes tend to make bread rise a little fluffier and softer.

Potato Bread made with instant potato flakes and dry milk means you don’t have to spend time peeling and cutting potatoes or wait for leftover mashed potatoes to make it.

 

Yuca bread is made from the Yuca purée (or mash). A yuca mash is mixed into the dough, giving it a silky texture. This results in very soft, light and smooth tasting bread. Although the yuca root is starchy and sticky, the bread isn’t. It’s fluffy on the outside and light on the inside.

Yuca (a.k.a. Cassava, Manioc or Mandioca) is a versatile root (a tuber) that is found in both the fresh or frozen sections of large grocery stores. It is a white tuber with a thick, waxy skin. The plant is native to Brazil but has been adopted by cultures around the globe from Thailand to Costa Rica.

Yuca when dried to a powdery (or pearly) extract, is called tapioca. Also try those recipes here using tapioca flour (or starch).

 

 
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