Monday, June 17, 2013

Onion Dill Bread-Bread Machine Recipe

My boys like bread with dinner, even when it's hot outside. Enter my bread machine... While I don't think it makes a very pretty loaf of bread, it does a great job of not heating up the kitchen during the summer. I liked that this Onion Dill Bread recipe called for regular milk and not dried milk, so we tried it.
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This is a very fragrant bread, dill is a favorite here and we thought is was good!

I have a Breadman Plus machine and it's well over 15 years old, still works fine.
Anyone have a Zo? How do you like it if yes?

Onion Dill Bread-adapted from an Herb Bread recipe from Taste of Home
1 C milk, warm-I used 2%
1 egg, lightly beaten
2 Tblsp butter, softened
1/4 C dried minced onion
2 Tblsp sugar
1 1/2 tsp salt
2 Tblsp dried parsley
1 Tblsp oregano dried dill weed
3 1/2 C flour-They called for bread flour, I used A/P and subbed 1/2 C whole wheat
2 tsp yeast
  1. Add everything to your bread machine in the order recommended.
  2. I chose the setting for 2lb loaf, medium brown.
  3. Look at the dough at about 6 minutes to see if it needs more water. Just add a tsp at a time until it looks like a smooth ball of dough. I did have to add an extra 3 tsp of water.
Have a happy day:@)

16 comments:

  1. oh, i wish i had scratch and sniff on this laptop!

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  2. Oh, my Lord, Lynnie! You just kill me with all your recipes of this delicious looking food.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  3. I used to get a dill rye bread that I just loved and haven't seen it around in awhile so I will definitely try this.

    I got a Zo a few months ago at our local Thrift and have come to love it..still getting used to it though. When I first got it and followed the directions on the machine, it was 'not' very good. It would rise and then fall and have a deep dent in the top when finished. I was very disappointed until my daughter told me to get The Bread Lover's Bread Machine Cookbook and she recommends SAF yeast and adding Vital Wheat Gluten and now it makes a lovely loaf.

    Thanks for the recipe. I too am looking forward to using the machine to have fresh homemade bread even in the summer! xo

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    1. Wow, finding a Zo at the thrift store is an amazing score! Enjoy:@)

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  4. Your bread looks so good, Lynn! My father-in-law used to make what he called "dilly bread."

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  5. Your bread looks pretty good, I tried a few times but mine is terrible it tastes alright but as hard as a rock .
    Merle.....

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  6. My blogging friends are going to force me into getting a bread machine. This looks YUMMY!

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  7. Lynn, Thank heavens there is no room on the counter for a bread machine at my house, I would be in serious trouble :) Onion dill sounds like a wonderful combination!

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  8. I don't have a bread machine, and I have always thought I would like one. This looks delicious, and my younger daughter in particular would eat it right up.

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  9. I just gave my bread machine to my DIL who requires gluten free breads. It's so nice for her to make a quick loaf to share with my grandson. I have a yummy recipe that I will share with you, but I can almost smell this delicious bread. We are all about dill at our house too and it is a beautiful looking slice.

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  10. A bread machine... yes, I need one! :)

    Blessings, Debbie

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  11. My husband got me a breadmachine ages ago and I took it out a few years ago and actually started using it. Mine is a Breadman and I love it because it is just like a crock pot for carbs! It doesn't heat up the kitchen and you get a nice warm loaf of bread when it is done. Might need to try this yummy recipe soon!! I always use bread flour or extra gluten if I am using regular flour. I am amazed that it turned out so great without it.

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  12. Sounds like a delicious combination with the onion and the dill, Lynn! Your boys must bow before you when they walk through the door. xo

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  13. My bread machine is ancient too but still keeps going. I think it is because I rarely bake in it. I think your dill bread loaf looks very tasty!

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  14. I am late to the bread machine bandwagon but I am loving it! What a delicious recipe.

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