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created: 2013/08/19 changed: 2013/08/19

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Fruit Bread

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Ingredients

12 slice(s)

Raisin / Fruit Bread
  • 100 g Sultanas (and/or Raisins or Craisins or other dried fruit), works best with Sultanas
  • 300 g Water (including water from soaking of dried fruit)
  • 2 tsp dried instant yeast
  • 20 g olive oil
  • 1 tsp sea salt
  • 500 g bakers flour
  • 2-3 tbsp brown sugar
  • 2 tsp ground cinnamon
  • 1 tsp Mixed spice (ground), optional
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Recipe's preparation

    Bread Dough
  1. Place Sultanas (and/or other dried fruits) into a bowl, cover with water and allow to soak for 5-10mins.

     

  2. Zero the scale then drain water into mixing bowl pouring the soaked dried fruit into the simmering basket. Keep raisins for later. 

     

  3. Continue adding water into the mixing bowl until there is 300g of water.

     

  4. Add yeast into mixing bowl and heat for 1 min / 37 degrees  C / speed 1.

     

  5. Add all remaining ingredients (but keep dried fruit aside). Mix 6 sec/speed 6. Then knead 1.5 min/Closed lid/Dough mode

     

  6. Add dried fruit through the top of the mixing bowl knead 1min Closed lidDough mode.

  7. Transfer dough straight into grease loaf tin and cover with tea towel. Allow to prove in a warm place for 30 minutes or until doubled in size, longer if it's cold.

     

  8. Preheat oven to 200 degrees C.  Knock down dough allow to prove a further 20 minutes in a warm place. Bake 20-30 minutes or until golden brown. Once baked bread should sound hollow when tapped on the underside of the loaf.

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Tip

Can prove dough in a lighly greased thermoserver. Preheat thermoserver by placing hot water in. Pour water out and dry with a tea towel. Lightly grease it prior to placing dough in. Cover with tea towel or lid. 


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  • This is a tasty bread but the
    Submitted by bebe50 on 28. March 2016 - 00:27.

    This is a tasty bread but the recipe needs to be adjusted because it can turn out very wet.  It works better if you don't soak the fruit first, and just put everything but the fruit in for the first knead.  Then you can add the fruit and a little more water if needed for the second knead.  I had to add over 100gm extra flour and even then it was very sticky when it came out of the thermo.  Also, the recipe says to place straight into the baking tin, then let it rise and knock down to let it rise a second time before going in the oven.  It works better if you put the dough into a bowl first, let it rise then knock it down and put into the tin to let it rise a second time.

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  • Quick question, my dough was
    Submitted by Heidi_Mason on 10. January 2016 - 12:20.

    Quick question, my dough was very wet (more like a thick cake batter) is this right. It doesn't seem right to me but then I've not made bread in a thermo before?? 

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  • Thanks for a great easy
    Submitted by melnellie on 22. November 2015 - 06:37.

    Thanks for a great easy recipe, never would i have made this pre-thermie, but it is so easy and delicious.  It didn't even last the day, I'm making another loaf today for the week!!

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  • Nice and easy recipe.  I have
    Submitted by DJTwiggy on 8. September 2015 - 09:30.

    Nice and easy recipe.  I have the loaf baking now and it smells fantastic. Can't wait to try it. 

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  • It so beautiful fruit bread,
    Submitted by waliz on 27. May 2015 - 20:24.

    It so beautiful fruit bread, I will never buy anywhere this recipe so delicious  Cooking 7

    Elizabeth Karn

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  • Fruit Bread We will never buy
    Submitted by MelB10 on 16. February 2015 - 17:59.

    Fruit Bread Fruit Bread

    We will never buy fruit bread again, delicious and so easy. Thank you for sharing.

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  • We make this once a week and
    Submitted by AllergyKids on 9. August 2014 - 05:42.

    We make this once a week and it only lasts 2 days in the house before it magically disappears. We add 30g of dried diced apricot too, makes the dough a little sticky but very nice. Thanks. 

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  • Well  made this yesterday and
    Submitted by Wendaz on 23. July 2014 - 11:01.

    Well  made this yesterday and we just had some for morning snack and I finally got a lovely bread from the hubby as he is hard to please omitted the sugar as trying to cut it out for family members with diabetes, certainly didn't need any. Thanks for a great recipe. 

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  • You're welcome, glad you like
    Submitted by dddorrisss on 29. April 2014 - 17:49.

    You're welcome, glad you like it. 

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  • I love my raisin bread! I
    Submitted by vanny on 23. March 2014 - 13:37.

    I love my raisin bread! I have made this every Saturday for the past few weeks and love it. I cut it in to toast slices and put it in lots of 2 in snap lock freezer bags. That gives us enough for the week... yum yum yum. It must be easy as it turns out perfectly for me everytime! Thanks for the recipe Cooking 6  

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