What do you use your breadmaker for?

(9 Posts)
WickWackThurso Sun 03-Feb-13 13:42:19

I've got a Morphy Richards "Daily Loaf" breadmaker, so smaller than the usual. I've found it great for bread, dough for rolls etc, and dough for pizza. Just wondering if I'm missing any tricks - do you use yours for anything more exciting?

TheMaskedHorror Sun 03-Feb-13 13:47:19

I made hot cross buns once using the dough setting and they were amazing. A thousand times better than ones in supermarket.
I've also made an olive loaf which was lovely with soup.
I wish mine had a 'cake' setting.
I should use it more.

WickWackThurso Sun 03-Feb-13 13:50:50

Where did you get the hot cross buns recipe? Sounds yummy!

TheMaskedHorror Sun 03-Feb-13 15:31:53

It was in the machine recipe book. I can put it up here later if you want it.
Its for a panasonic machine but I guess a dough recipe is a dough recipe.

belindarose Sun 03-Feb-13 15:41:57

DH makes pasta dough in ours.

Charmingbaker Sun 03-Feb-13 15:46:08

I've made challah, brioche and naan bread in mine, all delicious.
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dreamingofsun Sun 03-Feb-13 16:25:52

pitza, nann bread, whats that italian flatish bread that you put cheese and things on top of - that worked well.

WickWackThurso Sun 03-Feb-13 16:38:20

Recipes for all these yummy things please smile!! I might have to scale down TheMasked but should be ok - worth an experiment anyway.

I'm off to google Challah blush

TheMaskedHorror Mon 04-Feb-13 10:54:52

I've found the same recipe I used on this site below.
(Saved me from typing it out smile)

www.essentially-england.com/hot-cross-buns.html

Inspired by this thread, I'm tempted to buy a book on bread machine recipes. Amazon has loads.

If anyone has one they can recommend......

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