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Bread...my Twist On Italian Rustic

Ok so I created this bread.
It's an Italian bread. It's..
3 cups flour, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 2 teaspoons sugar, packet of dry active yeast(1/4oz)
2 tablespoons of Italian seasonings or more . . .i get flat leaf italian parsley, basil, thyme, oregano, rosemary, and marjoram...I cut the herbs up or use a food processor then add them to dough mix(can also buy Italian seasoning already in bottle but I prefer the everything from scratch)
I added 1 1/2 tablespoons of dried minced onions that I dehydrated, garlic pepper salt, and cracked black peppercorns.

Put dough in loaf pan after the fun kneed and rise; and repeat(ugh) cut 3 slits on top...

Good recipe. I took egg white and beat it, and egg washed over the dough before I started baking it at 375 for 25 to 35 mins. The exact time was 23 mins for me when I knew it was done.

Well it's out of the oven...smells great! Adding some extra virgin olive oil to the top its good for you and tastes great!

Nothing smells better than fresh baked bread.
Note: violi EVOO has been the best I've used so far.

Does anyone have any other bread recipes!?! The simpler the better!
Natalie123ariel Natalie123ariel 22-25, F 2 Responses Jun 5, 2012

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I love baking bread, although I cheat a bit now. I bought a bread maker, and it is a lot less work. However, it has also broadened the variety of loaves I bake. I love making croissants, and the bread maker makes making the dough very easy.
Paul

This sounds good. Think I'll try it some time. Thank you for sharing.