Yield: 1 Servings
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Jim's Bread without the machine: Dissolve the 1 T honey and 1 T brown sugar in ½ c warm water (can also use 1 c and skip the V8). Add the yeast and wait a couple of minutes until it bubbles (about ½ packet of dry yeast). Mix in the V8 (if using), 2 T butter, 1½ c each whole wheat and white flours and a pinch of salt. Also add the dry milk here (I skipped this ingredient). Throw in the peppers at this point and make sure it's mixed well. I don't have any red savinas, so I ground about 10 cayennes. Overall very nice but not deadly burn.
Knead this about 5-6 minutes and let rise until doubled in a greased bowl, covered with a towel. Punch down, make sure to work briefly with your hands to get all the air out, and put in a greased bread loaf pan and let rise 1 hour (covered). Bake at 350 for 35-40 minutes. voila! If anyone need additional information, let me know. I kneaded with a bread hook so I'm not a victim of hunan hand...it was very easy and comes out quite tasty!
BTW, I HAD to make the bread with cayennes, because it was for the folks here in the lab. I acknowledge that they're a bunch of wimps, but if I had fed them the "REAL" bread, I'm sure my experiments would have had very "interesting" results.... Posted to CHILE-HEADS DIGEST V4 #101 by Barbara VanRenterghem <Barbara.VanRenterghem@...> on Aug 27, 1997