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Isabelle


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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Banana Bread - Quick Bread for Machines
Best banana bread I ever made. Used two frozen and thawed bananas for this. Dumped it all in the pan, set to dough for 5min and baked for 50 min. My first banana bread that didn't come out doughy in the middle. Everyone loved it...

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 1, 2011
Ciabatta Bread
Not sure about this and what I did wrong. Someone else noted the recipe may have been changed from 2 1/4 c flour to 3 1/4c flour. I used the latter and the dough wasn't runny at all. Maybe a little sticky but not more than other bread I've made. It also didn't really rise much so I'm left with two rather flat breads. Haven't tasted them but not quite what I wanted. I'm taking these to a party tomorrow so wonder what the Italians will make of it... Can someone please check the recipe?

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 1, 2011
One - Two - Three - Four Cake II
Made this in a rented house kitchen using what was available in the pantry, no scales, no measuring cups, unrefined course grained sugar, very little butter and scaled it down to use just 2 eggs. Even leaving out the vanilla, using twice the amount of baking powder, using a glass and estimating the amounts, this cake came out lovely and moist, very light also. The oven didn't have a temperature gage (either high, medium or low) so baked in on low for 30 min (I was told anything higher than low in the holiday gas oven would guarantee to burn food. It was too light and airy to cut in half to make a cake but... I stewed 2 sliced peaches in some water and unrefined sugar and poured the resulting syrup over the cake. I then spread it with strawberry jam and topped it with the sliced peaches. Everyone loved this make-shift dessert. I'll use this recipe again.

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Reviewed On: Jun. 13, 2011
 
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