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More Bread Machine Magic


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1997 | ISBN-10: 0312169353 | 224 pages | EPUB | 2 MB
Bread bakers have been clamoring for more of Linda Rehberg and Lois Conway's magic. They've responded with More Bread Machine Magic, a collection of 140 of their best new recipes!

More Bread Machine Magic offers perfected recipes for an array of baked delights, from sourdough and pumpernickel loaves to sweet, savory, fat-free, whole grain, and sugar-free breads. More imaginative than the generic recipes that come with the machine, each recipe-tested in more than a dozen machines-features step-by-step instructions, hints, and creative suggestions for baking the perfect loaf, every time. There are also recipes for doughs that you prepare in the bread machine, fashioned by hand, and bake in a traditional oven, such as pizza crusts, focaccia, flatbreads, rolls,and even bagels. All recipes are adapted for 1-, 1 1/2-, and 2-pound bread machines.

Recipes include: cinnamon-raisin bagels, Scandinavian rye bread, Irish soda bread, pesto spiral loaf, New England maple syrup bread, heavenly herb rolls, petite brioche, butterscotch apple bread pudding, challah, sun-dried tomato mozzarella bread, and many more!
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