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I WANT some of those little fluffy golden balls of yeasty delight!! LOL They look so good.

I am pretty sure I packed away a bread machine from my mom's house after she passed. I will need to look for it. I am pretty sure there was NO bread machine booklet with instructions or recipes though.
I came across this today: Universal Bread Machine Instructions
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Herb Garlic Baguettes
That looks absolutely gorgeous Barb! I don't remember seeing a shot of the inside before. WOW beautiful. I love the flavor of onion and garlic breads the most. Have you ever used this loaf to make garlic bread? And can you post a link to your recipe please? Thank you
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HELP!! LOL

My hub and girl found the bread machine. I only gave it a quick glance but I don't think it has a dough cycle. Do they all have "just" a dough cycle and I have missed it? Is there something I need to do etc to find a menu somewhere on it? I HAVE NEVER EVEN LOOKED at a bread machine before. If there ISN'T a dough cycle is there a way to stop it it and take the dough out before it bakes (WITHOUT breaking the machine)? I will clean it up and inspect it later.
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WHOOOOOOOOOOO HOOOOOOOOOOOO

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I came across this today: Universal Bread Machine Instructions
I read a lot (not all) of this. THANK YOU SO MUCH GG!!

OKAY. I cleaned it up and the pan holds 8.5 cups water so I can make 1 lb loaf bread. I did what it said (sounded silly but I played with it like it said) AND LO and BEHOLD theres a dough setting!! LOL OK I feel silly. TeeHee. I am not sure what I want to make first!! I will definately be trying a multigrain bread that I had been making for years by hand but haven't made in awhile. I now have several new flours I want to incorporate in. In the past I never added flax seeds, sunflower seeds, quinoa or sesame seeds but will play with those also. Wish me luck.

I want to make chicken parm and a loaf of Barb's Herb Garlic Baguettes (they look and sound so good).
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mine is now in storage mode. I don't have flour or bread of any kind in my diet anymore. It raises my BG # in a flash. To much sugar & carb's.I am so sad.

1.5lb loaf . 3cups flour to 1cup hot water.

2lb loaf. 1 & 1/3 hot water 4cups of flour. actually depends on the flour too. and the recipe.


pizza dough under hr. I use bread flour & bread machine yeast.

I have so much flour I can't use. 6 types I think. takin up space in my freezer.. such a waste.
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Just beautiful JoeV

I made dinner rolls to go with the leftovers last night. These rolls are getting to be on the menu fairly regularly at our house.
Mama I have a question. My bread machine holds 8.5 cups of water so it should make a 1 lb loaf using ONLY 2 1/2 cups flour in the machine. SO if I just want to make dough say for your dinner rolls which calls for 3 1/4 cups of flour can I STILL use your measurements to JUST make the dough WITHOUT there being a problem or killing the machine? (Your machine makes 1.5 lb loaves?)
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As long as you're just making the dough, and not trying to bake it, it will be fine. I've made the dough for 2 loaves of bread at a time in mine. I made 2 loaves of cinnamon raisin swirl last week along with some onion pumpernickel, honey wheat and some Parmesan, rosemary and thyme sub rolls. I've been on vacation so it's gonna take me a few days to get the recipes up but here are some pics:
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Old 10-12-2011, 08:39 AM
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As long as you're just making the dough, and not trying to bake it, it will be fine. I've made the dough for 2 loaves of bread at a time in mine. I made 2 loaves of cinnamon raisin swirl last week along with some onion pumpernickel, honey wheat and some Parmesan, rosemary and thyme sub rolls. I've been on vacation so it's gonna take me a few days to get the recipes up but here are some pics:
Thank you Mama for the answer.

BEAUTIFUL bread!!

I WILL need those recipes!! LOL
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This was my first bread machine loaf. It was a new recipe I have never used before and it is wonderful. But next time I will just make the dough and bake in a regular loaf pan in the oven.
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Wow these are great! I suck at baking bread...
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Me too Rickismom....that's why I use a bread machine to mix the dough. I could never figure out how to get the right "feel' for the dough. I made a couple of loaves of potato bread. I'm just waiting for it to cool now.
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Me too Rickismom....that's why I use a bread machine to mix the dough. I could never figure out how to get the right "feel' for the dough. I made a couple of loaves of potato bread. I'm just waiting for it to cool now.
BEAUTIFUL Mama. What do you use for the wash? Egg or milk?

I can't wait till you post the sub roll recipe. BTW can I make them smaller and use as hot dog rolls?
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On the potato bread, cinnamon raisin bread and honey wheat bread, I brush the tops with butter.

You can make the rolls any size you want Peepers. For the sub rolls, I just used my dinner roll recipe and added 1/2 cup of fresh grated Parmesan Cheese, 1 tablespoon fresh parsley, 1 teaspoon thyme and 1 teaspoon rosemary to the dough.
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On the potato bread, cinnamon raisin bread and honey wheat bread, I brush the tops with butter.

You can make the rolls any size you want Peepers. For the sub rolls, I just used my dinner roll recipe and added 1/2 cup of fresh grated Parmesan Cheese, 1 tablespoon fresh parsley, 1 teaspoon thyme and 1 teaspoon rosemary to the dough.
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I'm not much on making bread, but this came out pretty good.

Rosemary Foccacia, before dimpling and drizzling with olive oil:




Sandwich with Boar's Head ham, provolone, and olive/pepper relish:



I used part of Suzi's recipe and part of MexicoKaren's recipe for the dough. This is just a plain bread, no garlic or cheese. I let the bread machine do the kneading, and I only made 1/2 recipe. It would have been so much better with fresh rosemary, but I only had dried.

It makes the perfect sandwich for me since I like a little bread and lots of inside stuff.
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That's beautiful Cooksie! Would you consider posting the recipe please? I'd love to make some and that looks delicious!
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I'm not much on making bread, but this came out pretty good.

Rosemary Foccacia, before dimpling and drizzling with olive oil:




Sandwich with Boar's Head ham, provolone, and olive/pepper relish:



I used part of Suzi's recipe and part of MexicoKaren's recipe for the dough. This is just a plain bread, no garlic or cheese. I let the bread machine do the kneading, and I only made 1/2 recipe. It would have been so much better with fresh rosemary, but I only had dried.

It makes the perfect sandwich for me since I like a little bread and lots of inside stuff.
BEAUTIFUL!! Your sandwich looks wonderful.

I agree with Mama please post the recipe.
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Thanks you two!

This bread must be very forgiving, and I think I just got lucky. I sure hope Suzi and MK don't mind me messing with their recipes. I certainly don't want to step on any toes.

This is what I did. I cut everything by half as I went along.

Into the bread machine:
3 1/2 c flour
1 t salt

Mix together and wait for a while:
1 c warm water
1 envelope yeast
1/2 t sugar

Add:
3 T olive oil to water/yeast mixture

Add liquid to bread machine and let it knead the dough. I didn't time it.

Turned dough into a bowl, put it on top of my toaster oven which I had set on warm. Let it rise. Pushed it out onto the baking sheet, sprinkled on rosemary, and let it rise again. Made some dimples, drizzled with olive oil, and baked.
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On my to do list! Thanks Cooksie!
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Wow, my Bubble Pizza pics are still on here and those were from Photobucket waaaaaay back then.
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Peep, did you post recipes with that bread and biscuits somewhere?

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