Italian Oregano Bread Recipe
I have a great relationship with my bread maker because it lets me make lots of yummy breads like this Italian Oregano Bread recipe, that I normally would spend $4 bucks a loaf on. This recipe is my favorite to make when I make spaghetti, but it will go well with almost any Italian dish! Plus it’s super easy to make!
•Water (80-90 degrees) 1 1/2 cups
•Unsalted butter or margarine 3 T
•Sugar 1 T
•Dry Skim Milk Powder 3 T
•Salt 1 1/4t
•Bread Flour 4 cups
•Bread Machine Yeast 1 1/2 t
•1-2 T of oregano to taste
Make sure to add the ingredients into your bread machine in the order listed, last one added being the Bread Machine Yeast.
I use a themometer to measure the temperature of the water because water too hot will kill the yeast and your bread won’t rise.
As the bread machine is mixing, I start adding the oregano so it’s mixed throughout the loaf.
I also watch to make sure that the loaf is mixing completely. If it’s not picking up all the flour, add more water 1T at a time.
If it’s sticking to the sides sprinkle some more flour on it.
You can add more or less oregano to get that rich flavor that you want. I tend to be a little heavy handed on the oregano because I love it’s zesty flavor!
Make sure to leave your bread machine undisturbed while it bakes, so your bread won’t fall.
Once it’s done, pull it out and enjoy!
Have you ever tried an Italian Oregano Bread recipe or any kind of specialty bread in your bread machine?