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Marmite bread in the breadmaker

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Monkeytrousers Sat 11-Oct-08 21:38:20

Thought I'd have a crack at this today - so substetuted the salt for marmite.

It was rolf!

Twiglett Sat 11-Oct-08 21:41:14

rolf?

Monkeytrousers Sat 11-Oct-08 22:02:51

'rolf' - twang 'ereabouts for rotton!

Monkeytrousers Mon 13-Oct-08 14:47:59

Of course now I have just realised that tsp is tea spoon not table spoon. I wondered why it always tasted yeasty. blush

trefusis Mon 13-Oct-08 14:49:07

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Monkeytrousers Mon 13-Oct-08 14:51:34

I made it up. I thought it would be nice.

flatmouse Mon 13-Oct-08 14:55:16

I make marmite bread in breadmaker.
Basic white recipe - add couple big teaspoons marmite (using normal spoon not measuring thingy) into the liquid before putting flour in.

Tis yummy (you either love or hate), very crusty and gorgeous when toasted.

Monkeytrousers Mon 13-Oct-08 14:57:02

Do you still ad more salt on top of the marmite?

It might have been my two tablespoonfulls of yeast that did it...

flatmouse Mon 13-Oct-08 15:00:29

i add the salt from the basic white recipe - however i don't add quantities of salt/sugar the recipe suggests even when doing basic white.

my basic white recipe:

1 and 1/8 cup warm water
3/4 teaspoon (measuring thingy) salt
3/4 tablespoon (measuring thingy) sugar
2 tablespoon (measuring thingy) veg oil
3 cups strong white flour (tbh i mix it up a bit depending on what flour i got in)
1 sachet dried yeast

So doing marmite bread, i'd add the marmite to that recipe (before the flour goes in)

trefusis Mon 13-Oct-08 15:44:21

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Monkeytrousers Mon 13-Oct-08 16:19:17

what weight loaf is that FM?

flatmouse Mon 13-Oct-08 16:21:13

1.5lb - i find that the 2lb loaf rises so much it lifts the lid on the breadmaker.

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