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Jenny
 
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Recipe Reviews 7 reviews
Jalapeno Cheese Bread
I make at least three loaves weekly, and always looking for another special recipe to try. This one is fabalous. I used twice the jalapeno's, plus one extra cup of extra sharp cheese. If you are using active yeast. the temperature of the water should be 100 to 110 degrees, and complete the recipe as written. IF USING INSTANT yeast the water temperature should be 120 to 130 degrees and it only needs one rising. After kneeding the dough, let it rest (covered) with a large bowl for 10 minutes. Put into prepared bread pans, brush with oil and cover with plastic wrap and let rise about 1 hour, or iuntil double in size. Bake 50 to 60 minutes, or until golden brown. To double check to see if done, an instant therometer inserted into center should register 198 to 200 degrees. Hope this helps those who are new at bread making. THE instant yeast is often called rapid rise, or quick rise. All of these are the same.

10 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 3, 2011
Burger or Hot Dog Buns
Absolutely wonderful. By using the dough option-on the bread maker machine --this step takes about 10 minutes, you can have the rolls in the oven in around 40 to 45 minutes. This recipe is now my new and only burger bun.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 4, 2011
Sweet Dinner Rolls
The best ever. If you are using instant yeast you don't need the second rise. Program the bread maker to knead, turn off machine after the knead cycle and let dough REST for 10 minutes, dump dough, and proceed to shape the rolls. Let the rolls rise for approximately 1 hour, or until double in size. Cook as directed. Using this method for all rolls and breads using instant yeast works beautifully, saves time, and better looking rolls, because it doesn't need a second rise. Thats why it's called instant. The water temperature for instant yeast, rapid rise or bread machine is between 120 and 128 degrees, instead of the 110 degree water needed for actaive dry yeast.

9 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Sep. 3, 2011
 
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