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Instant-potato bread from The Bread Lover's Bread Machine Cookbook: A Master Baker's 300 Favorite Recipes For Perfect-Every-Time Bread - From Every Kind of Machine by Beth Hensperger

  • buttermilk
  • bread flour
  • honey
  • active dry yeast
  • instant potato flakes
  • gluten flour

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  • bching on January 01, 2016

    Delicious and easy. Makes wonderful toast. This bread rises very high in my Breadman machine so the 1.5 recipe is the max it will hold.

  • damazinah on January 01, 2016

    Good sandwich bread

  • mfto on September 09, 2014

    p66 I get out my old Welbilt bread machine (ABM-100-3) about once a year, usually to make raisin bread that my husband loves. I can make "from scratch" bread successfully, but there is something to be said for the ease of a bread machine every now and then. I just bought this cookbook because of the large number of EYB members giving high ratings to many of the recipes. This Instant-potato bread was easy and my husband says is delicious. He is the bread critic in the house. The author warns in her early chapters that Welbilt owners must add 2 tbs water to every recipe. I did as she instructed for this recipe but knew to stand beside the machine through the first kneading cycle and add water tbs by tbs as needed. I didn't keep count but this recipe needed lots of additional water. It may be just my machine or the weather or who knows.

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