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Fresh Bread in the Morning (From Your Bread Machine) Paperback – 3 Jul 2003
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Wake up to the aroma of fresh bread wafting through your kitchen every morning! A dream? No. With your bread machine, its a reality. Push a button or two and transform what seems like a laborious, time-consuming and skilled process into a spectacularly easy affair.
So why do you need this book when bread machines come with their own recipes? Well, such recipes vary, sometimes on the high side, in the amount of yeast, salt, sugar, fat and dried milk powder they contain. Annette Yates has set about reducing these ingredients and providing recipes for making loaves that are as natural as they are likely to be. And they are delicious too.
Or you can add extra ingredients like herbs, spices, seeds, nuts, fruit, vegetables, honey, mustard and even chocolate! and transform simple bread into something really special. Try it and seeSee all Product Description
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Top Customer Reviews
By using quality ingredients and avoiding the unnecessary use of such additions as dried milk powder, the improvement is truly dramatic. You will discover bread as it should taste, but which sadly is increasingly difficult to find commercially. The layout is clear and easy to use, and all the hard work has been done for you.
If you have a bread making machine, you really should keep a copy of this book in your kitchen.
The recipies are varied and so easy to make.
I was so surprised at how easy it was to make pitta bread by making the dough in the machine then oven cooking.
This book will give you some good ideas for breads and some you can adapt for your own tastes.
This goes rather further and adds a much wider selection and not only of breads. It has the advantage for some in that it was written for the British user and uses both metric and Imperial systems for larger ingredient quantities, plus the usual spoon measurements for lesser quantities. Obviously, it cannot offer specific instruction for any brand of machine and leaves that to the user. For example, although most machines work on the principle of wet ingredients first followed by the dry, some work in the reverse order. It is important that you use the correct sequence for your machine. Also, options such as those for crust colour or adding a glaze, are not included and left to the user.
It is not as comprehensive as some in my collection and is rather less full of advice, hints and such but it is a small book and what it has is reasonable and proportionate. At its price, it probably will not be bettered.
If you want more recipes, advice and variety you can have them all, at a price, but you have to accept that the book will be for the US market and you will need to contend with all the related issues that will bring.
Good value and variety in its content.
My daughter and I baked Stollen this Christmas from the recipe in this book and it is great.
The recipes in the book are clear enough to use, but the format means you have to flick through to find the one you want.
I have a Panasonic breadmaker, and I have found that the basic bread recipes in this book are no better than those that came with my machine.
I have seen a friend's breadmaker recipe book (Morphy Richards) and it suggests using milk powder and all sorts, in which case this book would be an improvement.
So this book would be of use to you if you don't have a Panasonic, and also if you are interested in making a wider variety of breads/rolls/cakes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very clear and well laid out even for the most ignorant of wannabe bread maker. With the aid of a good machine and the correct ingredients a foolproof assistant to have at hand.Published 2 months ago by 2Dogs
This one is a bit better than the other books I've bought, a really wide range of recipes, and the only one that has stated to get a decent spelt loaf out of a machine, it should... Read morePublished 3 months ago by BritHorrorHound
The perfect complement to my Panasonic bread-maker. Plenty of new ideas and recipes.Published 3 months ago by Be-Ge
I love the simple recipes. I've added a small amount of fluid to both white and wholemeal recipes. Otherwise it's perfect. Use it every week.Published 4 months ago by E Mwangi