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Making quick breads in the Bread Machine?


zoe b
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Since I only buy kitchen appliances at the thrift store, my bread machines are always a decade behind in style.

But i just got a brand new Breadman--a present, but welcome as there has been a dearth of them in the thrifts for some reason--I was reduced to an ancient Toastmaster that could only make a one pound loaf--the woman at customer service got the giggles when I called up to see what the pan capacity was--she said, "That's an oldie, for sure."

So, this is pretty exciting--with this new one I can make zucchini bread at the touch of a button.

It came with several quick bread recipes, and i have Beth Hensberger's The Bread Lover's Bread machine Cookbook, but thought I'd ask here for tips and tricks.

And fav recipes, too!

Zoe

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It came with several quick bread recipes, and i have Beth Hensberger's The Bread Lover's Bread machine Cookbook, but thought I'd ask here for tips and tricks.

And fav recipes, too!

Zoe

In that cookbook you'll find a recipe for Apple and Dried Fruit Chutney that is fabulous. I use the machine to make this more often than bread!

I pretty well follow the recipe, but I'm not real careful about what dried fruit I use (although I do try to hunt down dried pears) and I up the amount of cayenne pepper to give a bit more of a kick. I always make this for Thanksgiving – I'm not allowed to take it off the menu. It makes a wonderful condiment for sandwiches, is good with both fish and meat. Just an all-around good thing to have in the fridge. Keeps for a long time as well.

And I think you got the very best cookbook for bread machines. I just sort of worked my way through it. I love all of her bread baking books, I think I must have 5 or 6 of them.

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Since I only buy kitchen appliances at the thrift store, my bread machines are always a decade behind in style.

But i just got a brand new Breadman--a present, but welcome as there has been a dearth of them in the thrifts for some reason--I was reduced to  an ancient Toastmaster that could only make a one pound loaf--the woman at customer service got the giggles when I called up to see what the pan capacity was--she said, "That's an oldie, for sure."

So, this is pretty exciting--with this new one I can make zucchini bread at the touch of a button.

It came with several quick bread recipes, and i have Beth Hensberger's The Bread Lover's Bread machine Cookbook, but thought I'd ask here for tips and tricks.

And fav recipes, too!

Zoe

I would also love to have one in my kitchen .

Can you post a photo of the bread maker here ( if possible ) :unsure: ?

Never seen one before .

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