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    Default Need good bread Recipe ,for machine!

    I got my bread machine several year`s ago . haven`t used it but three times.
    the last loaf I made was hard. the dog out in the pen didn`t know what do with it.
    some one please help me ,I would like to try again.
    thank`s so much !
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    I've got the book, but seems like most of the recipes are here. First verify how you are supposed to layer everything in your machine(mine is wet,dry then yeast-though if my yeast is a bit old I will do a rounded spoon measure and let it proof w warm liquids in bottom before adding dry-as long as I make loaf right away). I have tried many of the recipes...including white bread,cinnamon bread,rye,basic savory and sweet bread recipes,pizza dough,garden herb focaccia,straw banana bread.

    http://www.bhg.com/recipes/searchRes...=Bread+Machine

    Make sure you follow instructions for the size loaf you want to make(and your machine will hold it).
    You can also borrow books from the library and the best thing is make sure you have fresh ingred.(I know I cheat a bit,but I know what I can expect normally). And make sure you sift-lightly stir flour and spoon gently into cups and scrape off even w butter knife. And the salt in the recipes is minimal(it's way less than store bought and fine even for sodium restricted diets), but you do need it for the bread to raise right.

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    i gave up on my machine.

    I use it to make bread dough, it mixes up all the ingredients and does all the rising. I then take it out and pop it into the oven.

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    Thank`s ameliam ! I will try some of these recipe`s. my yeast is old.
    My bread flour is old also.
    I had never sifted the bread flour either. will have to do that.
    How old can the bread flour be.
    Thank`s
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    I use this recipe all of the time. I just use my machine to mix it up and I bake it in the oven.
    I use this recipe for everything. Bread, rolls, hamburger buns, cinn. rolls, monkey bread.

    1 1/4 cup warm milk
    1/3 cup canola oil
    1/4 cup sugar
    1 tsp salt
    3 3/4 cup bread flour or 1/2 bread and 1/2 wheat flour (may need a little more milk if using wheat flour as it absorbs more)
    1 packet yeast or 2 1/4 tsp. yeast

    Put in order given in machine pan.
    Put on dough cycle, when done punch down and shape into loaves, rolls or roll out for cinn. rolls.
    Let rise and bake at 350 for 25-30 minutes.

    This makes 1 huge loaf or 2 smaller loaves. I like to make 1 loaf and some buns or rolls.

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    Also, if you let the bread rest in the machine, there is a lot of condensation that forms. Then when you take the bread out after it has cooled the outside gets very hard. Kind of like when you microwave bread and then it cools. I take my bread out of the machine after letting it sit about 10 minutes and then I let it cool on a rack, not in the pan and I have not had the hard crust problem since then. I also use mine a lot for mixing doughs and then bake off in the oven myself.

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    Domestic Gal - I tried your recipe and it was wonderful. I was glad to have something that worked after trying 3 loaves that didn't rise all the way and tasted horrible! I'm not going to try any of the other recipes that are in the booklet that came with the machine.

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    Glad you had good luck with it. I make it about 2-3 times a week and have had good results always.

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    Hunertime I used your recipe,and I cooked mine in the bread machine . It`s great but I didn`t get enough sugar in it. It look`s very good also. I`ll have to try domestic girl`s and some of the other`s.

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