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I've been playing around with honey wheat sandwich type bread. I have the soft crumb that I want but the crust is lacking the sweetness and chewiness I'm trying to achieve. Any ideas? I could post the recipe if that would help. :confused:

[ July 20, 2001: Message edited by: Svadhisthana ]
post #2 of 5
Lay it on us.
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post #3 of 5
Thread Starter 
Here goes:

2 cups bread flour
1 1/2 cups wheat flour
2 tsp salt
1 1/2 tsp instant yeast
1 tablspoon honey
2 Tablespoons butter(plus more for greasing the pan)
scant 1 1/3 cups cool milk (whole or 2%)

Place all ingredients in bread machine and set to "dough" cycle. (I take it out after the first knead cycle- 7 minutes or so). Allow to rise in a warm place about an hour or til double in size. Punch down, shap to loaf and allow to rise again. Brush top lightly with water. Bake in a pre heated 350 degreee oven for 45 minutes.

That's the basic recipe. I usually don't brush the top with water, could that be it? :confused:

post #4 of 5
The honey, butter and milk are all conspiring to keep the crust soft.

Honey Whole Wheat
h20 13 1/2 oz at about 72 degrees
yeast 1.12 oz fresh if you can
honey 9.28 oz
whole wheat 30.2 oz
1 1st, 4 2nd (refers to mixer speeds in minutes.) ferment three hours

all the sponge
h20 7 oz
yeast 1/3oz
salt 1 oz
whole wheat 7 3/4 oz

1 1st, 2 2nd, 4 2nd rest 25 min, then divide, shape, proof and bake at 325

Now here's a formula. this is really good sweet whole wheat bread. Use fresh yeast if you can and light amber honey. There's a lot of honey in this, way more than you have in your recipe. This will keep for 4 days in a paper bag.
It's not Dairy Queen.
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post #5 of 5
Thread Starter 
Thank you so much BigHat, I'l try it out today. :D
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