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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Sweet Potato Casserole II
I once made a sweet potatoe bread and it was VERY good! I really expected this to be as good or close but I was very dissapointed. I really wanted and expected to like it but none of us did (familly of 3). This rating however is for a modified version suggested by someone to add a banana (cook banana 15 min to use as puree and add to potatoe mix). And I believe this is what messed it up, we could taste the banana and it just didn't belong in there (I love bananas just not in this dish..) We are trowing away the rest which is a big lost :( I will not be trying it again and would advice against trying to add a banana as suggested by someone else. I am rating this 3 stars to be fair since I have modified it but would have rated 1 or 2 stars had the banana been suggested in the original recipe.

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 22, 2012
Seven Grain Bread II
I just bought my first breadmaker (Black and Decker B2500C). I used this recipe for my first bread and it turned out very nice and very good! Tastes great and my girlfriend also liked it a lot and she normally doesn't like whole wheat grain breads. It was very moist. I used all default settings (2 LB, medium crust) and choose whole wheat course setting. I put hot water from the tap first, added the oil directly in the water along the honey and beaten egg (5 sec. in microwave to bring to room temperature), followed by the flour, salt, milk powder and yeast (I burried the yeast slightly under the flour). I used 1 cup multigrain flour from Robbin Hood (labeled best for bread) instead of whole wheat flour and 1/2 cup of 8 grain cereal that I bought at Bulk Barn. Used one package of active dry yeast and a little bit of quick dry yeast to fill in 1 tablespoon and voila!! Never though making bread would be so easy! I will be making this one again for sure but I can't wait to try others as well! Perhaps one package of dry yeast would have been plenty as the bread reached the top touching the window slightly.

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 16, 2010
 
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