Guinness oatmeal bread

Yield: 1 Servings

Measure Ingredient
½ cup Flat Guinness stout; at room temperature
3 tablespoons Pure maple syrup
1 Extra-large egg
½ cup Water
4 tablespoons Powdered buttermilk;
2 cups Unbleached white flour
½ cup Whole wheat flour
1 cup Quick-cooking oatmeal
½ cup Cornmeal
1½ teaspoon Salt
2 teaspoons Yeast

Place all the ingredients in the machine, program for bread, whole wheat, basic wheat, whole wheat/multi-grain, white/whole grain, or wheat, and press start.

NOTES : The deep, complex flavor comes from Guinness stout. If you can't find Guinness, substitute another band of stout.This recipe also calls for maple syrup. The best kind to use is the dark amber kind, if you can find it. Make sure you use real maple syrup, no matter what color you choose. A ploughman's lunch is traditional pub fare throughout England. you can serve your own at home. Arrange a thick slab of Cheddar cheese, pickles, chutney, and a slice or two of this bread on this plate. Wash it down with a pint of stout. Measurements are for the Black and Decker, Betty Crocker, Breadman/Trillium, Hitachi, Large Oster, Large Toastmaster, and Williams-Sonoma machines.

Recipe by: Bread Machine Baking/L.Brody and M. Apter Posted to MC-Recipe Digest V1 #1011 by Lynn Cage <ltcage@...> on Jan 14, 1998

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