Miss Narrator’s Chocolatey Walnut-Brownie Bread
I can’t believe I am doing this on my blog, but the lovely and talented Miss Narrator asked me to post the recipe to her amazingly yummy Chocolatey Walnut Brownie Bread, so here you go:
This is a bread machine recipe so you should use a bread machine to make it, I guess. I’m not a cook – I can’t even get too close to the stove or else my fur could singe…
|Ingredient||Regular Loaf||Large Loaf|
|Water||1/3 Cup||1/2 Cup|
|Milk||2/3 cup||1 cup|
|Unsalted Butter||5 tablespoons||7 tablespoons|
|Salt||1 teaspoon||1 1/4 teaspoons|
|Dark Brown Sugar||1/3 cup packed||1/2 cup packed|
|Unsweetened Cocoa||5 tablespoons||8 tablespoons|
|Bread Flour||3 cups||4 cups|
|Dry Yeast||2 1/4 teaspoons||1 tablespoon|
|Chopped Walnuts, lightly toasted||2/3 cup||1 cup|
|12 slices||16 slices|
1.All ingredients must be at room temperature. Liquid ingredients should be approx. 80 degrees F. Cut butter into small cubes. Add ingredients in the order specified in your bread machine owners manual. Walnuts can be added 5 minutes before the end of the last kneading cycle.
2. Select white or basic bread type and light crust.
3. Remove baked loaf from the pan at the end of the baking cycle and cool on a wire rack at least 1 hour before slicing. (Apparently this is so the amazing smell fills the whole house for an hour and makes everyone really really hungry…)
Geez, thank you. Time to go eat!
August 20, 2010 at 3:56 am