Ingredients

How to make it

  • 1. Place milk, eggs, salt, sugar and oil in bread machine pan.
  • 2. Whisk flours and gluten together in medium bowl, add to bread machine pan.
  • 3. Add yeast to bread machine
  • 4. Select dough cycle.
  • 5. Check dough ball after 5-10 minutes. IIf too dry add 1 Tbsp water at a time. If too moist add 1 Tbsp whole wheat flour at a time.
  • 7. At end of cycle, remove from machine and knead down. Divide in half.
  • 8. Lightly flour two bread pans (or spray with non-stick spray. Sprinkle in sunflower seeds to barely cover bottom
  • 9. Knead the remaining sunflower seeds into the dough.
  • 10. Shape dough on counter to form two loaves to fit your pans. Put loaves in pans.
  • 11 Cover pans loosely with towel, and set in warm place
  • (i.e. top of refrigerator, top of water heater, in oven with pilot
  • light) or on counter
  • 9. When loaves have risen (usually 2 hours) to desire height, bake at 375 degree F oven for 30-40 minutes or until browned and hollow sounding when tapped with a finger.
  • 10. Remove to rachs and allow to completely cool.
  • 11. Slice thinly. Place in freezer bag. Will keep for several weeks.
  • 12. Remove slice/s as desired. Defrosts in 10 minutes or toast
  • directly from freezer

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  • rosemaryblue 6 years ago
    Fabulous bread!
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  • familyfirst 6 years ago
    Hello, Thanks for this beautiful recipe. I will be trying it this weekend, after a trip to the store for some ingredients. I have serached the internet and found tons of whole wheat reciepes that have more than half white flour. I don't want that! If this recipe works, I will make it weekly to eat with soups or whole fruit jam. Thanks Again. (any variations you want to share?)
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