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Kitchen Tips: Bread Machine vs. Traditional Bread Making

If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my FREE Daily Updates Newsletter. Thanks for visiting!What makes a bread machine better than traditional bread baking? It is really a matter of choice. It is up to the baker to decide if they would rather have one or the other. Here are some facts […]

from BBC Good Food

Easy white bread

Easy white bread Made as per instructions, but with warm water - with yeast stirred in, and made in a tin.


Banana Nut Bread for the Bread Machine

I got this recipe from my sister-in-law and it is to die for! Banana bread is a long time favorite in my house and this recipe won us all over....even grandma.

Love this bread - it is a bread machine recipe - i use the bread machine wheat flour but quick rise yeast. I mix it in my machine, then take out knead abit more, put in traditional bread pans, let rise, then bake at 340F for 40 minutes - awesome wheat bread!


Traditional Irish Soda Bread

Traditional Irish Soda Bread - It's so easy and the best part is you don't have to wait for it to rise! I've tried several recipes for Irish Soda Bread, and this is by far my favorite. It bakes up into such a beautiful loaf that its hard to believe it isn't a yeast bread - you can have a gorgeous loaf of homemade bread on the table in about an hour, from start to finish. By Let's Dish Recipes.


The Gluten Free Bread Maker. With two kneading paddles and a unique single-rise cycle, this is the bread maker that bakes moist and fluffy gluten-free bread. Sparing bread-lovers from the leaden or rubbery texture that often spoils gluten-free baked goods, the appliance’s double paddles ensure enough air is incorporated into the dough to yield a light texture. While traditional bread machines subject delicate gluten-free recipes to a deflating second rise..

from Delishably

My Grandmother's Irish Soda Farls: a traditional bread recipe

The Irish Soda Bread known as 'Wheaten Bread' in the north of Ireland