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    For those that use a breadmaker would you mind sharing your recipes?

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    I'm still trying to find a nice light bread recipe to use in my breadmaker.

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    Me too..have a sunbeam breadmaker

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    320g warm water (37oC)
    1 heap tablespoon of dried yeast
    100g milled wheat or an extra 100g bread mix
    500g of lauke bread mix

    I add
    30g poppy seeds
    30g sesame seeds
    30g oats
    30g pumpkin seeds
    30g sunflower seeds
    30g honey (optional)

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    Thanks! Do you use a breadmaker? If so when do add the seeds and honey?
    I only have wholemeal flour and plain flour. Would this work?

    Ps I have been using cold water too, wonder if this affects the loaf?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarplumMummy View Post
    Thanks! Do you use a breadmaker? If so when do add the seeds and honey?
    I only have wholemeal flour and plain flour. Would this work?

    Ps I have been using cold water too, wonder if this affects the loaf?
    No I use my thermomix, heat the honey and water to 37cC then chuck the rest in and knead it for 2 min, rest it til it doubles in size knead it again the rest it in a bread tin until its popping out the top then bake it at 200oC for 20min.

    I've used a bread maker in the past but I can't remember if your meant to use warm water or not? If so I would use warm water out the tap add in the honey, yeast and flour and try the nuts in the nut dispenser? You have to use bread flour or the loaf won't work, you can't use plain flour or SR flour they are a different grade to bread flour.

    Also remember to check the max limit of flour you can use with your machine without it overloading.

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    Oh thanks! My sunbeam bm has recipes with the plain and wholemeal flours - Im confused.

    Please enlighten me on a thermomix?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarplumMummy View Post
    Oh thanks! My sunbeam bm has recipes with the plain and wholemeal flours - Im confused.

    Please enlighten me on a thermomix?
    There probably referring to plain or wholemeal bread flours

    If you google thermomix your bound to get a pile of links to look at.


 

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