Onion sourdough rye
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Onion sourdough rye
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:45:28 AM. Recipe ID 5290. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Onion sourdough rye
 Categories: Breads, Breadmaker, Rye, Sourdough
      Yield: 1 Servings
           -Minced sweet yellow
           -Sourdough RYE starter
           -Bread flour
           -Whole rye flour
           -Ground caraway seeds
           -Dry milk
           -Sea salt
           -Date sugar
           -Plain non-fat yogurt
           -Active dry yeast
    1/2 c  2/3 C.
    1/2 c  2/3 C.
      2 c  2 1/3 C.
    1/2 c  2/3 C.
      2 tb 3 Tbl.
      1 tb 1 1/2 Tbl.
      1 ts 1 1/2 tsp.
    1/2 ts 1 tsp.
    1/2 c  2/3 C.
    1/4 c  5 Tbl.
      1 tb 2 Tbl.
      2 ts 1 pkg.
  The day before you wish to make this bread, place the onions in a
  small bowl with the starter.  Cover the bowl and leave at room
  temperature for 12 hours.  Fit the kneading blade firmly on the shaft
  in the bread pan. Carefully measure the dry ingredients and transfer
  to the pan. Add the onions and starter, water, yogurt, oil and yeast.
  Place the bread pan inside the machine and close the lid. Program the
  breadmaker for the whole wheat mode.  The unit will begin its
  operation. At the end of the baking cycle, remove the bread promptly
  from the machine, taking care, as the oven surfaces will be very hot.
  Invert the bread pan onto a wire rack and shake several times to
  dislodge the bread. Allow to cool completely on the rack before
  slicing or wrapping for store. Source: The Bread Machine Gourmet by
  Shea MacKenzie
  Converted by MMCONV vers. 1.20

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Recipe ID 5290 (Apr 03, 2005)

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