Zucchini Bread with Moroccan Spices

  • Rainy030 Posted: 06/05/09
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    Don't know if this allowed since it is not a review but a question. Does any one know if this can be made with a bread machine and how to make the changes? It sounds wonderful but I would like to use my machine.

  • Teribaker Posted: 07/24/10
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    My family loved it, a lot of work with multiple risings. I used sundried tomatoes instead of bell pepper and used half fresh basil and half parsley. It made 2 large impressive loaves,I had to use 2 baking stones. Next time I will put extra cumin and herbs on top before baking.

  • BeckyInCA Posted: 02/09/09
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    This was my first attempt ever at making bread, and it turned out incredible! I don't have a mixer of any sort, so I did it all by hand, which was challenging at times...I had to have my b/f help with the mixing! I used the starter, which was super easy to do. The texture of the bread and the crust is outstanding, like something from a high-end bakery. I put ice cubes in a pan and refreshed them during the 5-min. intervals b/c I didn't have a mister -- worked perfectly!

  • portland Posted: 09/06/12
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    tried to use up garden zucchini. i make a lot of bread, this recipe was a little involved, but worth it for the excellent crust and good texture, especially for whole wheat. the taste was spicy but couldn't taste the other ingredients for the cumin and the chili. i feel there is a little too much going on in this bread.

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