Friday, August 23, 2013

Machine Sandwich Bread

Machine Sandwich Bread by Custom Taste
 Recently Mr. Custom Taste and I broke out our 3 in 1 panini press, grilled sandwich maker and waffle iron. Hot sandwiches just sounded right, and we ate them for a good week. So to accompany those sandwiches we obviously needed some bread to go with them.  I did not want to heat up the apartment baking bread in the oven so I also broke out the good ole bread machine. This recipe is super easy and took a few tries to prefect. It is simple, has simple ingredients and is hearty without the making you feel bloated afterwards. Start it any time of the day and have it ready for when you need it and you won't get dead armed from kneading, also a plus!

Shopping List
  • 1 Cup Body Temperature Water
  • 1 1/2 Cup Whole Wheat Flour
  • 1/2 Cup All Purpose Flour
  • 1 TSP Yeast
  • 1 TBSP Sugar
  • 2 TBSP Oil
  • 1 TSP Salt
Bread Machine
Measuring Cup, TBSP and TSP
Time 3 to 4 Hours
Prep 10 Minutes
Cook 3 Hours (dependent upon bread machine settings)
Yield 20 Slices

Time To Get Baking!!!
Assemble your bread machine (make sure to put the paddle in, I forget it so much and it is such a paint o put in AFTER all of the ingredients are in the pan)
Machine Sandwich Bread by Custom Taste

Add water, salt, sugar and yeast to the pan
Stir with fork and close lid
Let sit for 15 minutes
After 15 minutes add in the flour and oil
Machine Sandwich Bread by Custom Taste

Set machine to 2 lb and your preference crust colour
When baking is done let sit in machine until machine is completely cool*

2 pieces used in any situation where bread is required!

Storing and Reheating
Once completely cool transfer to a zip top bag and place in the fridge OR transfer to a paper bag or bread box. Storing in the fridge will last for about 3 weeks, storing on the counter will last for about 1 to 2 weeks. Reheat however needed

Nutritional Information
Calories 55
Fat 2g
Carbs 8g
Protein 2g

Cost Information
Recipe Cost:$0.99
Cost Per Serving:$0.05

*Letting the bread sit in the machine until completely cool help to keep the bread moist and a longer storage time

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