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Old 09-06-2011, 10:39 PM
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I would like use my bread machine to make my raisin bread. The instructions tell you to add the raisins when you hear the signal. But every time I do this most of the raisins don't make it inside the bread. Most of them are on the bottom of the loaf. What can I do to get them throughout the inside?
Thanks for any help.

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I would like use my bread machine to make my raisin bread....
Most of them are on the bottom of the loaf. What can I do to get them
throughout the inside?

I would certainly try the method used to keep raisins, nuts or any
dried fruits from becoming sinkers: simply put the raisins in a
baggie with a wee bit of flour, shake them up to coat, and the flour
coating will help them adhere to the sticky batter instead of
slithering to the bottom.
....PickyJaz
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I would try covering the raisins in flour first, before you pour them in.
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"LENPAT" wrote in message
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I would like use my bread machine to make my raisin bread. The
instructions tell you to add the raisins when you hear the signal. But
every time I do this most of the raisins don't make it inside the bread.
Most of them are on the bottom of the loaf. What can I do to get them
throughout the inside?
Thanks for any help.




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LENPAT


I find it helps if the raisins are fresh. If they have dried, try soaking
them before adding.




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