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Honey Buttermilk Bread

User Rating 5 out of 5
5 Reviews
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honey buttermilk rollsJanuary 01, 2010 By countybaker
I did these on the dough setting. I could tell as soon as I touched the risen dough that I had hit on a great recipe. They needed a bit of flour for shaping but stayed elastic and tender. They rose perfectly, I baked them as rolls and by husband and I could easily have devoured them all. I have been baking for a long time and these are some of the best! I do think it is important to use BREAD FLOUR and not regular flour.The gluten is higher, the result is more tender and predictable.ALso, always be sure your yeast is fresh. This ones is a keeper! Highly recommended.
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So Good !January 08, 2009 By Spudgirl53
Got a new bread machine for Yule, and the first three recipes (from the manufacturer) were awful ! I decided to give this one a go, and WOW !! What a wonderful surprise ! The ingredients are easily on hand, the result is a wonderfully light, fluffy, slightly sweet tender bread ! On my machine, the crust turned out a bit darker than I would like, so would choose the ""light"" crust setting next time. I will DEFINITELY make this one again and would highly recommend it to anyone !
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Honey BB Bread ROCKS!October 02, 2008 By taoislove
I am a self made professional cook, and am constantly looking for breads that are swift to make in the bread machines. This recipe stays spongy, and the right consistency for sandwiches & dinner rolls, for 3 DAY's with proper storage. That's a bonus! I did add some tweaks to this recipe. Having no buttermilk on hand, I used: 1) 1/2 & 1/2 + 1tbs of vinegar. 2) 1 tbs more, of honey. 3) WARM water, to let yeast proof. 4) 1 tbs of butter flavored oil Or 1 more tbs butter. ( Reddinbocker popcorn butter flavored oil) {I like to keep this on hand for a multitude of reasons.} ""Thank you for this recipe! It has graduated to the final cook book of recipes!
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Perfect and DeliciousJanuary 18, 2008 By BJBoltz
This is simply the perfect bread machine recipe. I can't begin to describe how excited and happy I am to find it. In fact, in the past 24-hours, I have made four loaves, one for us and three that went to friends and family. When finished, not only is this bread delicious, but the golden crust makes it very appealing as well. The bread texture is firm but soft making it very easy to slice. I did have to make two minor adjustments to the recipe for my breadmaker. I put an extra 1/4 cup of the buttermilk aside and slowly added it after the machine started mixing. I did this until the dough was sticky when touched. Then I sprinkled a very small amount of flour over the dough to keep it from sticking to the sides of the breadmaker. I highly recommend this recipe to anyone who is looking for that ""one recipe"" that you know will be a success. If I could give it more than five stars, I would.
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I've already recommended it to friendsDecember 04, 2007 By Meme_Michelle
I made the bread twice under the ""dough"" section and shaped it into a round loaf and let it rise... I personally don't care for the crust (medium or otherwise) from the bread machine. My family and guest enjoyed it both times... It makes just enough for six at a sit down meal so that I don't have left overs and it's all gone at the end of the meal. I had buttermilk the first time, the second time, I used vinegar in milk to get the soured milk.
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