There are two recipes I make most often in my bread machine.The first is a Honey Wheat. This is the other.
I found this in the recipe book that came with my bread machine, Electric Bread. It is a delicious, fragrant bread. Just smelling it while it is baking is worth the time alone! It makes great sandwiches or accompaniment to soup. I think it would also make great croutons, but I haven’t got around to trying that yet.
Garden Herb Bread for Bread Machine
- 3/4 cup water
- 2 cups white bread flour
- 1 tbsp dry milk
- 1 tbsp sugar
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tbsp butter
- 1 tsp chives
- 1 tsp marjoram
- 1 tsp thyme
- 1/2 tsp basil
- 2 tsp active dry yeast (use 1 tsp yeast if using fast rise)
- Place the ingredients into your bread machine according to the manufacturer’s directions.
- All herbs used should be dried and flaked, not ground.
- This makes a regular sized loaf and can be made using the regular, rapid, or delayed time bake cycles.
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About Sallie’s Favorite Comfort Food Recipes
These are recipes I have enjoyed throughout my life – as a child, as a young woman, and now as a wife and mom. I am sharing them because they taste good and are relatively easy to make. They only require basic ingredients that most women will be able to easily find and afford. I encourage you to use the best ingredients your can afford for the best results. It really does make a tremendous difference in the quality of the final product.
For example, I only use King Arthur Unbleached Flour for regular baking. After some inexplicable failed results at long-time favorites, I no longer use store brand butter for any baking. I only use Land O’Lakes. The difference is substantial and can mean the difference between a high quality end product and a mess.
And, please, if you do try one of my recipes and like it, come back and let me know in a comment. I truly do appreciate it when people do so!
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