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Old 02-07-2004, 10:36 AM
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ldyroper.. here's the recipe.. it's not difficult if you follow exactly what it says... don't bake it in the bread machine, but let it do the kneading for you.....

In a bowl or container combine:
3 cups of King Arthur Unbleached all purpose flour or Dakota Maid Unbleached all -purpose flour
mixed with the following...
1/2 cup Carnation low fat powdered milk
1T sugar
1 1/4 t salt
1 T vital wheat gluten
2 teaspoons instant yeast (I use SAF Perfect Rise)
set aside

4 T corn oil

In a 2 cup measure mix 1 whole egg with enough milk to measure 2/3 of a cup, then add 1/2 cup hot water and the oil

For Bread Machine:
In the dough bucket of your bread machine, put in all the liquid, add all the dry ingredients, and set your bread machine to "Dough" setting.......when it's finished kneading, reset your machine to have it go through the dough kneading cycle again, remove the bucket and place in the microwave (without turning it on) to rise or a draft free place...for about 60 min- 90 min.

Remove from the dough bucket, sprinkle a little flour on your board, and shape into a loaf to fit an 8 1/2 x 4 1/2 inch greased bread pan. I then put it in my microwave to rise for 60- 90 min.
( I find the microwave a good place, I don't have to cover the dough...)

Bake in a preheated 350 degree oven for 22-25 min, OR to internal temperature of 190 degrees. Remove from pan, place on a rack, sprinkle with a pinch or two of flour and let cool at least an hour before slicing.

If using a mixer, put the liquid ingredients, followed by the dry ingredients, and mix with a dough hook until smooth and satiny about 20 min, depending on your machine.

Transfer dough to a lightly greased bowl and let rise as above, and proceed as above.

Reserve 1/2 cup of the flour to use on your board....
put all the dry ingredients on your board, make a well in the center and add the wet ingredients. Mix and knead until smooth and satiny, this can take about 20 minutes.. then transfer to a greased bowl...and continue as above...

I have not made this bread bake in bread machine as of yet.

It goes quickly and the bread is wonderful..

You can get King Arthur Flour at:

Or Dakota Maid flour at:

I love Dakota Maid flour.. I have it has a higher protein content than King Arthur... and they put the mill date right on the bag.. I got a shipment today, the flour was milled 2 weeks ago. It's very fresh!....
Get a rise out of life!- Bake Bread!

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