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80 Recipes for Your Breadmaker

by Richard Ehrlich

Book Description
Nothing beats the smell of freshly baked bread in the morning and with a bread maker you can enjoy a fresh loaf every day, free from the preservatives and unnatural ingredients found in processed and store-brought breads. And, with the cost of bread and people's time on the rise, the bread maker is a fantastic investment that pays for itself within weeks of regular use as well as being a great way to save time and money.

In 80 Recipes for Your Bread Maker Richard Ehrlich has been inspired to create 80 imaginative and satisfying breads and cakes using your bread maker. With easy recipes for simple breads such as the Classic White Loaf, Rye Breads and Sourdoughs, Oatmeal and Seeded Breads, Brioche and Fruit Breads, as well as Gluten-free Breads, there's also a mouthwatering selection of flavored breads. Try your hand at Goat's Cheese and Sun-dried Tomato Bread, Pancetta and Parmesan Bread, Saffron and Paprika Bread, or even Borscht Bread. In addition to typical kneaded breads such as Focaccia with Potatoes and Rosemary, you can also try your hand at making cakes and sweet loaves, such as Sweet Chestnut Bread, Chocolate Marmalade Marble Cake, or Maple and Ginger Cakebread. And as if this wasn't enough, Richard also provides an extra chapter of unexpected recipes you never realized your bread maker was capable of, including Meatloaf, Chicken Soup and cooking Polenta!

The new improved bread machines mean you can select dough making only, kneading only or baking only and the majority of bread makers also come with timers so the machine can activate without you having to be there. It's also ideal for those with arthritis or Carpel Tunnel Syndrome and for older generations who are unable to knead as well as those who are strapped for time. Richard's helpful bread machine manual is also packed with reliable advice and baking instructions that's just what you need to give your bread maker a new lease of life.

About the Author:
Richard Ehrlich has written about food and drink for many of the UK's leading newspapers and magazines, including the Guardian, the Financial Times, the Independent on Sunday, Time Out, Good Housekeeping and the Telegraph. He won two Glenfiddich Awards for his work in the Independent on Sunday and has written five cookbooks, including the well-reviewed kitchen companion The Green Kitchen (also published by Kyle Books).



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