Multi-grain and nut bread

Yield: 1 Loaf

Measure Ingredient
1¼ cup Bread flour
1 cup Whole wheat flour
3 tablespoons Rye flour
3 tablespoons Yellow cornmeal
⅓ cup Rolled oats
3 tablespoons Quaker Multi-Grain
2 tablespoons Oat flour
3 tablespoons Wheat Germ(honey crunch)
1 cup Water
½ cup Milk or cottage cheese
1½ tablespoon Vegetable oil
3 tablespoons Honey
½ teaspoon Salt
1½ tablespoon Vital Gluten
1½ teaspoon Yeast
¼ cup Walnuts(or other); chopped
¼ cup Sunflower seeds
1 tablespoon Sesame seeds
1 tablespoon Poppy seeds
¼ cup Carrots;grated(optional)



Add everything (except the seeds and nuts) to breadbaker in the order appropriate for your machine. I have Panasonic and use VARIETY Cycle which allows me to take the dough out, work with it, then put it back(minus the blade-VERY IMPORTANT) to continue to bake. If you don't have this feature, you can just set it to a dough cycle and finish baking manually. The important thing with this bread is that you have to add the seeds and nuts separately because of the large qty, otherwise they will fly around the machine and make a mess. **For the Panasonic, on the Variety Cycle, it will beep after about 2 hrs. and 20 min. (and will indicate 1:55 on machine).

When it beeps, take dough out and put on a floured surface. Also TAKE DOUGH BLADE OUT OF BUCKET. Add the seeds & nuts, carrots too if desired. (Raisins can also be added as well). Work it into the dough, so it is spread fairly evenly. Put back in bucket, and press START. *** You can also roll out dough, place ingredients on top and then roll up the dough, tucking under the ends.

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