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Dutch Oven Bread RecipeA Dutch oven is a large cast iron pot with high sides and a lid. It’s usually used for outdoor cooking over coals with some coals on top of a lid with a raised lip. It was a standard way to bake for pioneers and made a crusty artisanal bread. But you don’t need a Dutch oven to make this recipe. All you need is your bread machine and an ovenproof bowl. Pumpkin Spice Bread RecipeThis recipe for pumpkin bread is different from many other recipes. Most pumpkin bread recipes are for a cake bread or batter bread made with baking powder. This a yeast bread that rises and is lighter and airier than a cake bread. It has all of the flavor notes of pumpkin pie including some pumpkin pie filing and pumpkin pie spices.High Fiber Bread RecipeWho can say no to high fiber?. Its benefits go beyond regularity to heart health. And guess what? You can make a great high fiber bread in your bread machine! Start to finish.Cuban Bread RecipeCuban bread is a rustic white bread made with some surprising ingredients including lard. It’s a traditional yeast bread but it requires a preliminary yeast-proofing step that’s easy to do in the bread machine. If lard is something you don’t keep on hand you can always use rendered bacon fat. Other options include shortening or butter, but the traditional recipe was a Cuban farm recipe and shortening was the fat of choice.Cottage Cheese Bread RecipeCottage Cheese bread has a delicate yellow texture and a slight tanginess from the cottage cheese. It’s a great bread with soups or salads and will stand up to the robust flavor of meat dishes. It’s a yeast bread but it calls for the addition of a ¼ teaspoon of baking soda to give it an added rise.Cardamom Bread RecipeCardamom is a spice sometimes used in pie recipes like apple pie and apple desserts. It’s also used to accent fruit dishes and as a flavoring for sweet potatoes. It originates in Central America and sometimes appears in curries and contemporary Scandinavian dishes. It occasionally appears in breads because of its unique savory and aromatic flavor-note.Strawberry Shortcake Bread RecipeStrawberry shortcake bread is a great dessert on its own or you can toast and spread it with cream cheese; use it to make French toast and even use it as a sandwich bread with your favorite cold cuts and condiments. Better yet, you can make strawberry shortcake bread from start to finish in your bread machine.Corn and Flour Tortillas RecipeBoth corn tortilla and flour tortilla doughs are easy to make in your bread machine using either a cookie dough setting or pasta dough setting. You don’t need to use the basic dough setting because that has a rising cycle and tortillas are made without yeast so rising is unnecessary. If a basic dough setting is all you have on your machine, you can use that setting but remove the dough after the kneading cycle and before the rising cycle begins.Welsh Bread (Bara Brith) RecipeWelsh bread, also known as Bara Brith is a traditional English tea bread. Bara Brith is Welsh for speckled bread. The speckles come from the raisins that run throughout the loaf in every slice. Other dried fruits like currants were sometimes used and in this instance were using dried cranberries or “craisins” as they’re commonly called.Spelt Pretzels RecipeSpelt is an ancient grain related to wheat. Contrary to what some believe, it is not gluten-free like many other ancient grains. It can be a little hard to find so check your specialty aisle in your grocery store or try a store like Whole Foods or an ethnic grocer. Spelt has a distinctive, nut-like taste and is very high in nutrients. It also makes a great pretzel.Zuni Indian Bread RecipeThe Zunis are a Native-American tribe that originally occupied parts of the American Southwest. Like their neighbors the Hopi and the Navajo, much of their food was defined by an agriculture based on corn or maize. That was the only ingredient in this ancient bread and is the primary ingredient in this contemporary interpretation of the original recipe.Butternut Squash Bread RecipeButternut squash is often referred to as a winter squash. It’s naturally sweet and high in both vitamin-A and beta-carotene. While the squash itself imparts little flavor to the bread it does make the bread extra moist and lends a light, orange color to the texture. We’re going to take it up a notch with the addition of pumpkin pie spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and brown sugar.