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Wholemeal and Semolina Loaf

Made in a bread making machine

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Wholemeal and semolina loafIngredients

422ml water

325g Strong Wholemeal Flour

325g Fine grade Semolina Flour

1 tbsp Ground Sunflower seeds

1 tsp dried yeast

1 1/2 tsp salt

2 tsp olive oil


Put all the above in the breadmaking pan in the order given.

Bake on the 'French' setting for 750g volume and brown crust.


Added by: Terry Diss

Tags: Wholemeal Bread

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Delicious bread with nice crust

It is a really nice big loaf of bread. The settings for french bread work well and although it takes 6 hours in bread maker the final product of soft and crusty bread is worth it! It is even great to toast a slice for breakfast time. We have used butter and black currant home made jam and it has been something really special with a cup of tea indeed. I will make this bread again as I like to experiment with different types of flour.

Hana Hardwick 30 April 2017

Made this today...

Made this today... Followed the recipe... Used Shipton Mill organic flours... It turned out just perfect and is really tasty! Would recommend and would make again.

Jane Catherall 16 March 2017


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