Cheryl Taylor wrote:
> Could someone out there with an Oster breadmaker please post the recipe
> for quick "sourdough" bread that comes in that machine's cookbook? It uses
> yogurt and lemon juice for the sour taste and is really easy. Plus you
> don't have to plan ahead for starter to ferment. Thanks so much.
Cheryl: I have a very good "faux" sourdough recipe that my family loves. It
uses sour cream (can be non-fat) and vinegar (instead of yogurt and lemon
juice). Think you might like to try it.
1 1/2 tsp Yeast 1/2 Cup Sour Cream (non-fat
2 Cups Bread Flour 1 Tbls Vinegar
1 Tbls Sugar 1/2 Cup Milk
1/8 tsp Baking Soda
All ingredients should be at room temperature before starting.
Add the ingredients to the pan in the order listed.
Select "White Bread".
Another one that I recently concocted is my version of "Muffaletta" Bread. It
is very much like sourdough and think you might like it too. I make it on the
"dough" setting of my machine then cook in my oven. I'm sure it could be done
completely in the machine if you want.
1 c warm water
1 T sugar
1 pkg dry yeast (about 1 T)
3 c bread flour
1.5 t salt
2 T veg shortening
Form into round loaf 10" in diameter. On greased baking sheet. Sprinkle with
seeds and press in. Cover with plastic. Rise 1 hour. Cook at 425 for 10
Reduce to 375 and bake 25 mins.