This bread is one of my favorites! I love the contrast of the sweet raisins and molasses with the savory caraway flavor.

WELSH BREAD- Bread Machine Method
(Source: The Best Bread Machine Cookbook Ever: Ethnic Breads
M. Rosenberg, HarperCollins Books, 1994)
Click here for conventional bread method directions
distilled white vinegar	1 tsp		1.5 tsp		1 tsp
milk			2/3 c		1 c		2/3 cup
brown sugar		2 T		3 T		3 T
whole egg		1		1		1
egg white		0		1		0
unsalted butter		4 T		6 T		6 T
salt			1/2 tsp		3/4 tsp		3/4 tsp
molasses		2 T		3 T		3 T
bread flour		2 c		3 c		3 c
baking soda		pinch		1/8 tsp		1/8 tsp
caraway seeds		1 tsp		1.5 tsp		1.5 tsp
active dry yeast	1.5 tsp		2-1/4 tsp	2-1/4 tsp
raisins			3/4 c		1 c		1 c
  1. Stir the vinegar into the milk.
  2. Let stand about 30 min, until the mixture thickens.
  3. Add ingredients (except raisins) but including the vinegar and milk, in the order suggested by your bread machine manual and process on the bread cycle according to the manufacturer's directions.
  4. At the beeper (or at the end of the first kneading in the Panasonic, Sanyo, and National, or 10 min from the start of the rising period add the raisins.
===My Notes ===

Updated: December 21, 1996
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