*  Exported from  MasterCook II  *
                            Cinnamon Swirl Bread
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 Serving Size  : 1    Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Breads                           Breadmaker
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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    6      oz            Buttermilk -- microwaved 20 second
    3      tbsp          Honey
    3      tbsp          Egg
    2      tbsp          Butter -- unsalted
      1/2  tsp           Ground cinnamon
    2 1/4  c             Bread flour
      3/4  tsp           Salt
    1 1/4  tsp           Yeast
 Put all the ingredients in the pan. Start the bread machine and start a kitchen
  timer for 30 minutes. Cover a bread board with plastic wrap and dust with flou
 r. When the time is up, remove the dough from the container with your hands, le
 aving the bread pan in place in your machine. Place dough on floured board. Dus
 t top of dough and your hands with flour. Pat dough into a 6“x10 rectangle. Co
 mbine 2 teaspoons cinnamon and 1 tsp. sugar. Spoon mixture in three long rows, 
 down the dough. Roll dough into a fat cylinder, left to right, then fold it in 
 half twisting the ends together. Place the dough, ends down, back in the bread 
 machine, close the lid and continue the cycle.
  Comments: I used buttermilk powder mixed with water instead of buttermilk, and
  didn't zap it for 20 seconds as it was already warm as I used lukewarm water. 
 I used regular margarine and decreased the salt some. I always use a bit more y
 east as it seems to rise better in my machine.
  Notes from the recipe: The 30 minutes is just a guide. You need to wait until 
 it is done kneading and starts the first rise before you take the dough out. In
  my machine that was closer to 35-40 minutes.
 The editor also said that if your machine has a preheat or rest phase at the be
 ginning of the cycle, the 30 minutes doesn't start till after that.  Also be su
 re to keep the machine closed while you are putting the cinnamon on so any heat
  in the machine stays in. Work as quickly as possible because the machine still
  ticks off the time while you're doing it.
  I found it to be extremely sticky, and although the editor said not to use muc
 h flour on your hands and the plastic wrap - I HAD to! I also found that 
  the dough was very mooshy <G> and the instruction to ”fold in half twisting th
 e ends together“ was a joke. I folded it (by this time it had ”mooshed“ itself 
 into a totally different shape) and tried to twist (yeah - right). It then sloo
 ped into the bread machine, there was no ”placing" it anywhere!! 
  BUT the final result was excellent and I will make it again!
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