November 1, 2009

Honey Whole Wheat Bread in the Bread Maker


This photo is a little uninspired.  I remember taking it when I was in a rush to slather on some butter and devour the warm bread.  That is what happens when you become a blogger—you find yourself taking photos of the food you are eating! 

This whole wheat bread recipe was adapted from one I found in a cookbook by Donna Rathmell German. 

Honey Whole Wheat Bread in the Bread Maker

1 1/2 cups water (room temp)

1/2 cup honey (buckwheat honey and darker honeys offer a deeper flavor)

1/2 t. salt

3 T. Vital Gluten

2 cups whole wheat flour (if using freshly milled, choose hard red or a darker wheat)

2 cups white whole wheat flour (found under the King Arthur label, or if using freshly milled, choose soft white)

2 1/2 t. yeast

Add all of the ingredients but the yeast in the order they are listed.  Make a well in the flour and add the yeast to the well.  Turn the bread maker on to make a large loaf at medium setting.

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