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Buttermilk Clouds

A Zojirushi!!! OH MY!

I would just like to thank all the little people that made this possible. To the poor person that obviously lost their mind and let this machine go. (I hope you are seeking help.) To the wonderful pricer at my local Goodwill Store that had a moment of insanity and put a $9 sticker on it. To the woman I ran over to get to the machine. (I hope that swelling goes down.) To all of you...a heart felt thank you!!

Yes, I am a proud owner of a new-to-me Zojirushi #BBCC-V20. I put it to the test today with a loaf of Basic White Buttermilk Bread for Zojirushi. Oddly enough, I've had this recipe for a long time and have made it often in my Breadman. It is an all-time family favorite. I never dreamed that one day I would actually be making it in a Zojirushi!

Basic White Buttermilk Bread for Zojirushi
1 1/4 cup buttermilk
2 Tablespoons butter
2 Tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon salt
3 cups bread flour
2 teaspoons yeast
Measure milk, butter, sugar, salt and flur into baking pan. Sprinkle yeast in center of flour. Insert pan securely into baking unit and close lid. Select BASIC WHITE BREAD setting. Select MEDIUM baking degree setting. Press START. The COMPLETE light will flash when bread is done. Using hotpads, remove pan from unit and pull out kneading paddle. Turn out onto cooling rack and cool before slicing.

As you can see, the pan is oblong. What you can't see is the two paddles at the bottom for kneading. I think that makes all the difference. This machine does it all. I can even program it for different rising times! Or, just let the machine knead the dough, then shape it and bake it in my oven. When it did the kneading, it was quiet, and didn't walk across my counter.

Look how nice the bread rose, and just how darn pretty it is! (I get excited over bread.)

This bread tastes every bit as good as it looks. A beautiful, tender loaf of fresh bread.

Simply heaven.

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By: Sharon Pickering | 3/06/2007 at 5:59 PM | If you want, you can leave a comment by clicking here.


  1. Blogger just a girl | 3/07/2007 9:07 PM |  

    I didn't know zojirushi sold breadmakers! They only sell the airpots and rice cookers over here in Asia. I love my rice cooker :)

    Maybe you can try and make the mochi :) I'm so jealous :)


  2. Blogger annie | 3/08/2007 5:31 AM |  

    I don't even know what an airpot is! But, I do know they have rice cookers...just haven't seen any personally. I bet they are great machines if they are anything like my breadmaker. That Mochi sounds delicious! I may have to give it a try.

  3. Blogger priya | 3/09/2007 4:12 PM |  

    Amazing annie and never knew about it. Good for ya.