Adapted for this area (eastern WA) by Deborah Chan using the Breadman Ultimate Plus bread machine. Do not use the GF setting, she says. Other machines may need different settings. The Breadman Ultimate Plus is available at Target stores or online.more
Adapted from keyingredient.com
package Bob's Red Mill Gluten-Free Bread Mix or Bob's Red Mill Gluten-Free Hearty Whole Grain Bread Mix
whole large egg, plus enough egg whites to fill ¾ cup (about 5 egg whites)
cup melted butter or vegetable oil
tbsp cider vinegar
Sesame seeds (optional)
Remove pan from machine. Mix eggs and milk in a 4-cup measure until smooth, heat very low in microwave to room temperature. Add butter and vinegar and whisk all together until smooth. Pour liquids into the bread pan. Remove yeast packet and pour dry mix evenly into pan; sprinkle yeast on top. Carefully place pan into bread machine and lock into place. Set machine on: White Bread, Medium Crust and 1 1/2 pound loaf. Press START and close lid. Set separate timer for 24 minutes. Once kneading begins, use a silicone/rubber spatula to scrape down sides and corners a few times to fully incorporate mix. Partly refill measuring cup with water; set aside. When separate timer goes off, press PAUSE. Wash hands. With moistened spatula, gently pull aside dough from the paddle enough to see it. Wet hand and reach down to pull up the paddle from underneath and remove; scrape excess dough off paddle and hand (see note). With moistened spatula, gently tuck dough around spindle, spread and smooth dough evenly, creating a domed top. Sprinkle sesame seeds generously on top. Press START to resume and close lid. When bread machine timer goes off, remove the bread pan immediately with well-padded gloves. Holding bottom and handle to one side, gently slide out bread onto a cooling rack; turn right side up. Cool completely and slice. You can wrap a few slices together in plastic wrap, place those packets in a freezer bag or plastic container, and freeze (thaw naturally or in microwave). Gluten-free breads are best toasted, but when fresh, they're great as is. Note: By removing paddle, you only have a spindle hole in the bottom of the bread.