In reply to Success with every loaf, but Panettoni did not work by FromNowOn
Italian Bread in a Bread Maker
With some Christmas money I bought myself a bread maker. The results have been lovely, with fresh bread ready each morning for breakfast when we come downstairs. We're based in the UK, so I have been using types of flour available in Tesco and Waitrose. One of the loaves that I have made and like a lot is an 'Easy Ciabatta'. I use strong white flour, sugar, olive oil, salt and water. The result is good but not like the delicious heavy bread I buy when we are in Italy. I thought I'd bring some Italian flour back with us next time and anything else I need to make authentic Italian bread. Does anyone have some tips and recipes to pass on - using a bread maker of course.