Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Oatmeal Sandwich Bread: King Arthur Flour


My wheat grinder I got for Christmas is broken and we were out of bread. I thought about making white bread, but I wanted at least a little nutrition in the bread I was going to feed my family. I went to my best baking friend a.k.a. King Arthur Flour and found this recipe. It was a hit! I doubled the recipe and I am wishing I had quadrupled it instead.
I found this comment interesting:
Mary from Virginia Beach:
I substituted pure maple syrup for brown sugar and used 1c. bread flour 1/2 c. of whole wheat and 1c. white whole wheat in order to add to the nutritional value. I let it rest for 20 min. before kneading in my Kitchen Aid mixer and it was fantastic! We ate it in 2 days and now I am making more. Thanks KAF helpline for the advice on substituting. You are the best!
I think I will use some of her substitutions when I make it again.

1 comment:

bakers said...

Very nice blog site. Thank you for sharing this nice recipe with everyone. There really is something very special about oatmeal bread. JMD@KAF