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Recipe Reviews 5 reviews
Jay's Signature Pizza Crust
Really nice. My family prefers a paper thin crisp crust and even though I rolled this thin, it was still *slightly* doughy for the hubs. This is a winner though with the addition of parsley and italian spices, garlic powder. I whirled raw garlic in the chopper with oil and spread that right on the par baked crust, topped with fresh basil, smashed tomatoes and mozzarella. I doubled the recipe and will use the other half tomorrow for some lovely creation or another. Calzone maybe? This dough would work well for that.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 7, 2011
Sweet Dinner Rolls
squishy, fluffy buns. I made the dough in the bread maker, and divided 16 balls for buns, rose again, baked for about 11 minutes or less at 400, and topped with butter and honey, and ate 3 1/2. Wayyy too good. I'll add extra sugar next time because that would be extra saaweeeettt.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 23, 2011
Honey Of An Oatmeal Bread
The texture of this bread is light with a slight chew, beautiful. The crust came out kinda dark, as I don't know what all the settings on my machine mean but it did NOT come out as a tough crust. I was surprised and pleased. I didn't have any regular oatmeal so 2 packets of apple cinnamon instant did the trick, although it hardly matters since I see no trace of it in the sliced bread. I suspect this recipe is extremely versatile, you could use any variation of oatmeals from steel cut to instant, dried fruits, nuts, seeds. I might increase the honey next time for a sweeter bread. Can't wait to try this recipe when I finally get a Zojirushi bread machine. This was dang good in my Mr. Coffee breadmaker that I got for $3 at a garage sale.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 11, 2011
 
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