Yield: 1 Servings
|1 tablespoon||Margarine or butter; melted|
|2 \N||Heaping spoonfuls of peanut butter; (2 tablespoons if you're picky, but more is good). I like to use chunky.|
|1 cup||Or so flour; (preferably the stuff labelled for bread-making)|
|1 cup||Wheat flour|
|⅓ cup||Peanut meal; (peanuts ground to a powder) (up to 1/2)|
|2 tablespoons||Brown sugar; or so|
|\N \N||Glop of maple syrup; (or try molasses)|
|1½ teaspoon||Active dry yeast; (up to 2)|
Here's a recipe using peanut butter and here's the web addy that I got it from...
it's better than you might think Note: this is a bread-machine recipe. I don't actually know how to make bread by hand. I imagine you can just use standard hand-made technique, but you may have to modify the recipe somewhat for hand-kneading because it's a bit STICKY. I'd suggest substituting a third cup peanut meal for one of the scoops of peanut butter.
Put ingredients in bread machine, starting with wet ingredients, then flour and dry ingredients, then the yeast on top. Standard wheat setting is usually appropriate. Start her up and let her go... hours later you have a wonderfully moist and delicious chunk of bread.
Note: Bread machines vary. Mine is a Sunbeam Hot&Fresh Bread Maker. It makes a reasonably small loaf -- a standard white bread recipe takes 2 cups of flour -- scale the recipe for your breadmaker appropriately.
Posted to recipelu-digest Volume 01 Number 484 by Lea <lhoover@...> on Jan 09, 1998