Bread: machine: hazlenut-amaretto loaf

Yield: 1 servings

Measure Ingredient
2 cups Bread flour
⅔ cup Milk
½ cup Toasted chopped hazelnuts
1 \N Egg
2 tablespoons Sugar
2 tablespoons Margarine or butter
4 teaspoons Amaretto or hazelnut liqueur
¾ teaspoon Active dry yeast
½ teaspoon Salt
1 \N Recipe Amaretto Glaze
\N \N Toasted chopped hazlenuts or
\N \N Almonds (optional)
½ cup Sifted powdered sugar
1 tablespoon Amaretto or hazelnut
\N \N Liqueur
\N \N *OR*
1 tablespoon Almond extract
1 \N To 2 tablespoons milk *IF



Serve slices of this nutty sweet breat for breakfast, brunch, or an afternoon coffee break --

BREAD DIRECTIONS: Add flour, milk, the nuts, egg, sugar, margarine or butter, liqueur, yeast, and salt to the bread machine according to the manufacturer's directions. Bake and cool as directed. When brread is cool, drizzle with Amaretto Glaze.

AMARETTO GLAZE: In a small mixing bowl combine sugar, amaretto or hanelnut liqueur *OR* almond extract. If needed, add 1 to 2 teaspoons milk to make of drizzling consistency.

BREAD MACHINE BASICS: These helpful tips apply to all types of bread machines: Bread flour, which is high in protein, works best for breads made in a bread machine. You can use other grains or flours with the bread flour but not in place of all of it. Some recipes also call for a small amount of gluten flour. This helps breads, especially those made with low-gluten flours (such as whole wheat flour), hold together.

Add ingredients to the bread machine in the order specified by the directions in the owner's manual.

To use powdered milk instead of fresh, add ⅓ cup nonfat dry milk powder for each 1 cup of water and add it with the flour. Always use powdered milk when using the timer on your machine.

These recipes come from the BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS BREAD MACHINE BOUNTY COOKBOOK. To order the book, call 800/678-2665. Or, write to Better Homes and Gardens Books, P.O. Box 10674, Des Moines, IA 50380-0674.

* Please note, I'm not trying to sell this stuff. It was all included with the recipe, and I thought it unfair to leave it off.


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Submitted By BARRY WEINSTEIN On 07-10-95

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