13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Good selection of bread recipes,
This review is from: Bread Machine Easy: 70 delicious recipes that make the most of your machine (Paperback)
I've made good use of this book from the everyday honey & oat, speedy sesame and semonlina & olive oil to loaves from the gourmet section: lemon, dill & soured cream , beetroot & caraway, pesto & olive.
I've a Kenwood bread maker and I never rely exactly on recipe quantities. The way bread makes even in the machine varies with the weather and sometimes "just because", so I always have a little look during the dough stage and adjust the liquid or flour if needed. If I use the delay timer these recipes work well but as with everything done that way the loaf can be a bit misshapen.
Each recipe has an accompanying tip, some of which are helpful, some are obvious (eg you swap different types of seeds in the seed bread) and some should be in the main recipe (I did not see the note about not tipping all the olives in at once to the olive bread the first time and ended up trying to rescue a gloopy mess).
I have about half a dozen bread books but look to this one most often for the machine and River Cottage for when I feel like doing it properly.