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LOOKING for: Bread machine Raisin Bread

Posted by joann_fla (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 18, 08 at 23:24

I've been trying to find a good one but none of them have been great. Do you have a tried & true one that is really good? Thanks

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RE: LOOKING for: Bread machine Raisin Bread

I'm not crazy about raisins but am trying to learn to like them......I found this one in my Bread Machine Collections cookbook-it has the directions for both a 1 1/2 # or 2 # loaf........will post the former but if you would like the latter, just let me know:
1 1/4c water
1/4c nonfat milk
2T honey
1T butter
1 1/2 tsp salt
3c bread flour
1 1/2tsp rapid rise yeast
1/2c old fashioned oatmeal
1/2c raisins
Place all ingredients except oats and raisins in bread machine in order specified by owner's manual
Program basic cycle and desired crust setting. Press start. Add oats and raisins when bread machine signals or at the end of first kneading cycle. Complete program and remove baked bread from pan. Cool on wire rack.

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