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Amaranth Flake Oat Bread - 1 1/2 Lb. Loaf [X]

Angie Phillips <nbe@flash.net>
Fri, 11 Dec 1998 12:30:31 -0600
                     *  Exported from  MasterCook  *

                  Amaranth Flake Oat Bread - 1 1/2 Lb. Loaf

Recipe By     : The New Complete Book of Bread Machine Baking
Serving Size  : 14   Preparation Time :0:00
Categories    : Bread Machine

  Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
--------  ------------  --------------------------------
   1 1/4  C             Water 
   1 1/2  Tbsp          Canola Oil
   1 1/2  Tbsp          Fructose
   1      Tsp           Salt
   1 1/4  C             Whole Wheat Flour -- (6.8 Ounces)
     3/4  C             Flour, Unbleached -- (3.9 Ounces)
   3      Tbsp          Gluten, Wheat
     3/4  C             Amaranth -- Flakes **
     1/2  C             Oat Flour
     1/2  C             Rolled Oats
   1 1/2  Tbsp          Whey -- Powdered
   2      Tsp           Active Dry Yeast

**Tip:  Wheat, oat, or corn flakes can be substituted for amaranth flakes.

Put ingredients in the bread pan in the order listed, or in the reverse
order if the manual for your machine calls for dry ingredients first and
liquids last. Select Basic Wheat Cycle, Light setting (or the equivalent
setting for your machine). Push Start.

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NOTES : NOTE:  This recipe gives both measurements for the whole wheat and
unbleached flour.  You can either use the cups or measure it by the weight.
 I have found from experience with this book that the recipes are far more
superior if you weigh the flours instead of measuring by the cup.  As the
book explained, the reason for this is because all flours weigh differently
and you do not get the right abouts if measured by cup (ie. wheat flour is
a heavyier flour which requires gluten to help it rise. If you used the
same amount of a lighter flour it would put too much flour into the recipe
and cause it to be too dry amoung other things.) I use a small digital
scale when I measure my flours.

Nutrient Analysis per Serving:

Calories:  127
Carbohydrates:  25
Protein:  5
Fat:  2
Fiber:  2