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Fruit And Nuts Bread Using Breadmaker

BREAD-LESS...  No bread in the house and lazy to go out to buy and hence, the baking of bread began. 

This time I tweaked the recipe a bit....  Tesco breadmaker does not require egg in making fruit bread but I added in one.  It also does not need oil but I added in 2 tablespoon of melted butter and after that, I kept my fingers crossed.   Fruits and nuts are 30gm and I added 60gm cos I like each mouthful to be filled with more nuts.... Yes, I am greedier this time....
Press on #5 for sweet bread....
After 2.55 hours.... 
Medium crust.... next time I should press the "Light" crust and see how it looks... 
The top sides are a bit hard and crusty.. 
But inside is soft.... 
See my greediness?
I put dried blueberries, almond flakes, pine nuts and walnuts.... 
For each bite, I get to eat something different... 
Best to be eaten within the sameday or two the most...
The last piece was finished on the 3rd day and it was more dry and hard by then...
Maybe next time I put in a smaller portion of the ingredients... 

Comments

  1. looks good! so much nuts & berries....must be flavorful!

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  2. I'd prefer plain sandwich bread or buns, not into nuts and berries or wholemeal/fibre, all of those.

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  3. Wah...so loaded with goodies your bread! It is very filling as a meal in itself. I think it will also taste very good if toasted.

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  4. Looks delicious to me for sure. :D

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  5. Now I am so tempted to go buy a bread maker. You can toast the bread after the 3rd day.

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  6. Wah, I love your bread as it is full of goodies which I like. So tasty!

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  7. Now I feel like making bread!! Haha. Fruit and nuts bread, I never taste that before. Fruit and nuts cake, yes.

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  8. The breadmaker is amazing. I like it plain and dipped into curry. Yums!

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  9. It looks good. I used to have a breadmaker, but donated it after a while. It is true that bread tastes best the same day it is made.

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