Easy Bread Machine Bread

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This simple bread machine sandwich loaf recipe, inspired and adapted from here, results in a soft bread with a pleasant, chewy texture with perfect crust. It's delicious toasted for breakfast or used to make sandwiches. You can easily spice up the bread by adding your favourite seasonings, like Italian herbs, ranch dressing mix, cardamom, or garlic powder. Also, instead of milk or water, use carrot juice, beet juice or beer for natural colour and extra flavours. It takes less than 5 minutes to gather and prepare all the ingredients, the rest will be taken care of by your bread machine.

  • 140 ml Milk, lukewarm
  • 140 ml Water, lukewarm
  • 4 tbsp Unsalted Butter, melted
  • 320 g Bread flour
  • 50 g Whole-grain flour
  • 2 tbsp Coconut sugar
  • 1 tsp Black salt (or regular sea salt)
  • 2 tsp Active dried yeast
  1. Add all of the ingredients to your bread machine pan in the order recommended by your bread machine manufacturer. (usually liquid first, then dry ingredients) Select Basic cycle with dark crust setting.
  2. Press start. Check on the dough after 5 minutes of kneading. It should form a smooth dough ball. If it’s too dry add liquid a teaspoon at a time. If it is too wet, add bread flour a tablespoon at a time until you have a right consistency. My machine takes 3 hours to make this loaf.
  3. Once ready, turn the bread out onto a wire rack to cool. Slice and enjoy.



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32 comments:

Iwona 21/2/21 06:44

I don't have bread machine but I love home made bread :)

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Ann Low 21/2/21 10:04

Your bread looks good, Angie! Hope I can make a good bread like yours :)

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Pedro 21/2/21 10:30

It is ideal to prepare toast and then rub with a clove of garlic, put a tablespoon of grated tomato and a little olive oil, that's how we take it in Spain.
Greetings

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Natalia 21/2/21 10:31

Yum, so tall and fluffy!

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Tom 21/2/21 13:55

...bread machine were the rage here years ago, now they can be seen at garage sales.

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Martyna 21/2/21 15:06

This bread looks very delicious ;)

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Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 21/2/21 16:05

wow that is some gorgeous loaf! MAMA MIA!

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beyondkimchee 21/2/21 16:52

I should get a bread machine I don't know why I still don't have one. Your bread looks great. Thanks for the ideas on adding different liquids to the bread dough. They all sound really good.

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Kitchen Riffs 21/2/21 17:12

Great looking bread. I've thought about getting a bread machine,but we don't have enough counter space. Maybe one of these days! Good stuff -- thanks.

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Pattie @ Olla-Podrida 21/2/21 17:14

I LOVE my bread machine! Thanks for sharing this new recipe.

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Jeff the Chef 21/2/21 18:24

I've never used a bread machine. But knowing that you do impresses me, since I'm always so impressed with your breads!

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Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 21/2/21 22:54

This loaf looks perfect for sandwiches! A perfect crumb and I love the whole wheat addition! Yummy!

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Cathy @ She Paused 4 Thought 21/2/21 23:14

Who doesn't love fresh baked bread! YUM

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Debra Eliotseats 22/2/21 01:57

I got rid of my bread machine a few years ago. I just had too many gadgets cluttering up the pantry. Bread is easy to make with my stand mixer anyway.

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foodtravelandwine 22/2/21 02:41

Wow!....your bread looks so yummy!...I'm so happy you have a bread machine......Abrazotes, Marcela

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Noob Cook 22/2/21 04:44

How I wish I can bake like that. Fresh bread and pastries every day :)

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Nancy Chan 22/2/21 12:21

Beautiful bread. I don't have a bread machine.

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DEZMOND 22/2/21 13:20

In my country we are big bread eaters, we eat it every morning and evening, often for lunch too, which is why we have breadshops in every other street :)

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bread&salt 22/2/21 20:20

Woow Beautiful healthy bread. Thank you for sharing. I would like to try it with our wild yeast (we call it eksi Maya).

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Suja Manoj 22/2/21 20:25

Perfect bread, tall and delicious. Love the crust, yum.

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Heidi | The Frugal Girls 22/2/21 23:10

The bread machine is such a fabulous shortcut. I really like your idea to add in some coconut sugar. YUM!

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Eva Taylor 22/2/21 23:13

I never really like bread machine bread because of the shape but yours looks great. Perfect for morning toast.
Eva http://kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com/

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Arpita 23/2/21 00:10

This bread looks so yummy!!

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savorthebest 23/2/21 04:14

Looks delicious. I love whole wheat bread

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Raymund 23/2/21 22:47

Now I feel like I wanna bring out that old bread maker of mine. That looks perfectly cooked

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Tisa Jacob 24/2/21 05:04

Beautiful. That bread looks so wholesome and delicious.

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Pam 24/2/21 18:42

You are making me want to drag out my bread maker and make a loaf. YUM.

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 25/2/21 20:24

I love using my bread machine for kneading and the first rise but I rarely use it to bake in. Seeing your bread, I'd love to try the whole process! I looks moist and delicious! Homemade bread is the best!

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Tanza Erlambang 26/2/21 20:59

excellent bread.... I should have this kind of machine.
Thank you for sharing the recipe and knowledge....

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Julie 27/2/21 09:42

professionally baked bread loaf, Angie..love the color and texture !!

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