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Granary Bread

Updated on February 16, 2016


Please note, put all the ingredients in the bread maker pan in the same order as they are listed

This is for a 500g loaf

250ml water

1 tablespoon of vegetable oil (I use olive oil)

1 teaspoon skimmed milk powder

1 teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon sugar

350g granary flour

1 teaspoon bread yeast

Bread Pan - Don't forget to put the Mixing Blade in

Mixing Blade in Bread Pan
Mixing Blade in Bread Pan

Measuring Flour

I use a graded measure to weigh the flour, but you can use scales

Graded Measure

Graded Measure
Graded Measure


Photo of the Ingredients
Photo of the Ingredients

Do Not MIx the Ingredients

Once you have all the ingredients in the pan, leave them the way they are. They do not need mixed or anything.

Ingredients in the Pan

Ingredients in the Pan
Ingredients in the Pan

Put the Pan in the Bread Maker

Once all the ingredients are in the pan, simply put the pan in the Bread Maker and make sure that it is locked in place.

Choose the correct Program and Other Settings

Use Program 3
Use Program 3

Choose the Program

Once the pan is in the Bread Maker, choose the correct program and other settings. This bread requires program 3 as it is a Wholewheat Loaf. It also needs to use the 500g setting. The crust setting to your own taste.

When ready, start the bread maker. It should take around 3 hours.

After the Program is Complete

Freshly Baked Bread
Freshly Baked Bread

Enjoy Your Bread

When the program is finished, you will need to leave the bread to cool for an hour or so. It is better if you leave it on a wire mesh for it to cool. Also put a tea towel over it.

If you like, feel free to sample your bread.

Bread Left to Cool

Bread Left to cool
Bread Left to cool


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