Home Bread-Bakers v098.n053.9


Ruth Warren <herblady@netnitco.net>
Sat, 11 Jul 1998 07:15:06 -0500
Re latest mailing:

"Electric Bread" has a very good Cranberry bread. All the recipes I make
from it turn out excellent and yummy.It's called Tangy Cranberry on p.
120. zap me if  you want me to send it to you. I have also substituted
dried blueberries for the cranaberries and it comes out blue.

Dak had a Blueberry Bread in their original Manual I've not tried it.
But here goes:
2 1/4 t yeast(I'd cut that down to a scant 2t as their recipes tend to
rise rather much)
3 c bread flour
1/2 t salt
2 T sugar
1 T butter or marg.
1 can (16 oz) blueberries, WELL drained, reserving liquid
1/4 c retained juice
1//4 c water

Their directions say to put drained blueberries into 2c measuring cup
and add the juice and then enough water to make a total of 1 1/3 cups
total. For my machine that may be a tad moist. I would just add water if
needed as it kneads. 
Like I said, their recipes tend to be quite moist and very hi risers.

My first machine was an R2D2 Welbuilt as well, and 100% whole grain
breads were almost impossible for me. 

Marcia, instant yeast works for rapid cycle on machine. And regular is
for the regular longer cycles. Or so Red Star says.