Yield: 1 Servings
|1 pack||Or tbs yeast|
|3¼ cup||Sifted flour|
I've found a quick and easy way to avoid buying those expensive mixes for bread machines. I make up the mixes myself and put them in ziploc bags for future use. My recipe, per bag is as follows: First ingredient, (yeast goes first, so it'll remain on the top of the ingedients when the bag is dumped into the bread machine).
When you need to make the bread, simply put 2 tablespoons of oil with 1-⅛ cup water into the machine, then dump your mix on top. Bake according to machine instructions.
I usually make up a dozen of these at a time. They cost about 35 cents each as opposed to 2 or 3 dollars each in the store. They're also easy to add herbs and seasoning to if a savory bread is needed. Posted to Digest bread-bakers.v097.n023 by CHEFLZ@... on Mar 20, 1997