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New York Rye Bread from the Breadmachine

This is a low-rising, very dense, flavorful loaf just like you buy on the streets of New York City. If you want a lighter, fluffier loaf, add Bob’s Red Mill vital wheat gluten. The caraway may be adjusted to taste.


All ingredients should be at room temperature before starting.

Add all ingredients in the order suggested by your bread machine cycle and process on the basic bread cycle according to the manufacturer’s directions. Let loaf cool for 15 minutes before slicing.

Makes 1-1/2 lb loaf (13 slices).

New York Rye Bread from the Breadmachine



Products Used in this Recipe

Gluten Free
Active Dry Yeast

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Sea Salt

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Grains Beans Seeds
Whole Caraway Seeds

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Flours & Meals
Organic Dark Rye Flour

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Unbleached White All Purpose Flour

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Baking Aids
Vital Wheat Gluten

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Non-Fat Dry Milk Powder

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Itsm June 8, 2013
New York rye would NEVER have milk in it! You could never serve a dairy product in a deli, it wouldn\'t be kosher.
Dale Sherbourne October 12, 2014
Can you substitute milk for the liquid and dry milk powder
Ps why isn't there a rye bread recipe on the rye flour package
Bob's Red Mill October 13, 2014
Yes, you may use milk in place of the water and dry milk powder called for in our New York Rye Bread from the Breadmachine recipe. Our current Dark Rye Flour package does list a recipe for Onion Rye Bread on the right side panel.
Dee February 14, 2015
I do wish you had a BASIC rye bread recipe using the Dark Rye Flour. Not bread machine. Can this recipe be altered to be made in "the old fashioned" way?
Al March 17, 2015
I use the least expensive ingredients, e.g. non-organic, and omit expensive caraway seeds. The result of your recipe was good but a bit dense. Next time, I'll use a bit more milk and sugar instead of honey. I'll save even more money! Thanks!

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