Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Onion Soup Bread Recipe
A while back I kidnapped and am holding hostage my bff's bread machine. While perusing the recipe book that came with it I found a recipe for Onion Soup Bread. It's so easy--well any bread is easy with a bread maker but this literally took me less than 5 minutes to put together.
Onion Soup Bread
1 c. and 2 TBS. hot water (115 - 125 degrees F)
2 TBS. oil
2 TBS. sugar
3 c. bread flour
2 TBS. dry onion soup mix (upon measuring this out . .you may as well use the whole package)
4 1/2 tsp. yeast (this is 2 packages worth--I just figured that out today)
Measure and add the liquid ingredients to the bread pan.
Measure and add dry ingredients except the yeast to the bread pan.
Use your finger to form a well in the flour where you will pour the yeast. Carefully pour the yeast into the well making sure it doesn't make contact with the liquid.
Close the lid and select the "expressbake" (58 minutes) setting.
How easy is that????!! It smells heavenly in here. Since I was so eager to taste it I burnt my tongue on the flamin' hot stuff. Nice.