Our everyday loaf full of body and texture. We eat it as toast with peanut butter and as sandwiches - ham, cheese, mustard and salad or roast chicken, stuffing and mayo our favourites! Never fails for a chewy, heavily grained, substantial wholemeal loaf.
Based on a Panasonic sd-zb2502 wholemeal loaf recipe. Makes a perfect, delicious loaf with or without seeds. This loaf has a slight nutty taste from the rye flour and makes the loaf slightly more substantial than a standard wholemeal loaf with without the real heaviness of a rye loaf
A really flavoursome, nutty, savoury and crusty wholemeal loaf. Perfect to eat with Summer salads, to accompany a cheese board or to have wirh a bowl of soup
Tasty and springy textured loaf. It's taken some experimentation to get a spelt and rye recipe to work in my Panasonic SD254, which doesn't cater for these flours. But the following recipe produces great loaves baked on the wholemeal rapid setting. I weigh the water for more accurate results: 1gm= 1ml
Delicious 100% white spelt loaf which has a bit more body and colour than white wheat. This recipe worked well in a Panasonic SD254 which isn't meant to bake spelt loaves, but I selected the basic white rapid programme to get closest to the kneading and baking times stipulated for spelt if you had the Panasonic SD255 which includes a spelt programme.
I have played around with rye bread for ages, with varying success, but have finally found that this is reliable, delicious and easy to make in my breadmaker. Comes out right every time!
Adding malted wheat flakes and substituting black treacle for sugar gives extra crunch and depth of flavour to malted flour. Excellent with cheese. and cold meats
Our weekly go-to white bread! Use Menu Option 1 - Normal White Bread ( for a non Panasonic machine the normal white bread time may be less than the 4 hours of the Panasonic but should still be good)
I usually use a mix of Malthouse, Strong White and Strong Wholemeal Flours to make this loaf, but due to an accidental substitution this one is Light Rye, instead of the Malthouse. It turned out better than I'd hoped and the crust is really crispy ...
Turmeric has a wealth of healing properties including being anti inflammatory and immune boosting, and even reported to help support low mood! These properties are enhanced by the black pepper in this recipe that increases the absorption of the active components of turmeric by at least 2000%. And on top of all of this, the loaf looks beautiful and tastes delicious!
This lovely recipe is for the Morphy Richards Fastbake bread maker. It does seem to have quite a lot of ingredients but is well worth trying. It gives me a good, well risen heavy loaf that tastes really good and leaves me feeling satisfied after only one slice. When baking the bread, make sure there are no draughts around the bread maker (I've found that the lack of insulation in the Fastbake can mean the loaf doesn't rise properly if there are undue drops in surrounding temperature) and add the water and malt extract and mix so the water turns brown. Add all the other ingredients to a bowl and mix well before adding to the breadmaker which should be set to Menu ,3 Large Loaf, medium crust. Good baking and enjoy.
This loaf stemmed from a real mix of flours that I found myself left with. We love to mix things up and add different flours for variety and flavour. Quite a tasty result, plenty to get your teeth into so to speak! Lots of seeds and flavour, my wife's current favourite!
A real mix of flours. I found myself with various odds and sods of different flours left and decided to have a play! Quite a tasty result, a bit of something for everybody in these.
This lovely flavoured seed bread is made using Organic Light Malthouse flour (301), White Strong flour along with Pumpkin, Linseed and Sunflower seeds. Always delicious and very moorish. A loaf never lasts long in our house. I have not found another bread, on the market, to match the flavour that the malthouse and mixed seeds add to this recipe.
This produced a lovely strong flavoured loaf that goes great with good butter or even lightly toasted which seems to bring out more flavour as the seeds toast.
The inside of the loaf is wonderfully light in texture with a superb flavour, needless to say the first crust gets cut off as soon as it’s cool enough to do so:- gorgeous with butter and lovely & crunchy.
I love the taste and crumb of this bread and my mother-in-law asks me for it so often I developed a recipe that can be whipped out in our Sage bread maker in no time. Lovely for sandwiches, as toast or simply on its own with a salad.
This is the most delicious, healthy, moist but light spelt bread for breadmakers. It has a little wholemeal wheat flour in to improve the crumb. The bread stays moist and lovely for several days and also makes excellent toast.
A small tasty loaf which is very easy to make. I almost always make this loaf in a bread machine and it comes out perfectly every time. Occasionally I use a wood fired bread oven.The results are variable and dependent upon me getting the fire right ! Having originally used warm water I find the bread has always risen better using cold water in my machine. I like this recipe because of the use of organic materials and because it is light on salt. I do make lots of other breads but always come back to this recipe for an everyday loaf because it looks good, tastes good and is a consistently well risen loaf
Easy daily white spelt loaf for your bread maker with wonderful crust, without any added sugar or dairy, easy to cut thin for sandwiches, cut it thick for lovely toast.
This is a recipe developed over many years of experimentation in the quest for a bread replacement for my grain intolerant partner - no maize, no rice i.e. the standard replacements in commercially available wheat free bread alternatives - the latest modification with Chestnut Flour has been the most successful one.
This bread is a favourite on the bar at the Queen's Head, Burnham on Crouch, Essex on a Sunday lunch time. Its colours come from turmeric and beetroot powder which miraculously separate so that the crust is red, whilst inside remains yellow. Delicious with cheese, dips or olive oil.
Some bakers look down on bread machines and consider the bread produced to be inferior. Is that position justified, or do bread machines have an important role to play in modern baking?