Hawaiian Bread Recipe — 131 Comments

  1. So I’m new to using my bread machine. My question is that in your instructions you say add more of an ingredient if it doesn’t look the right consistency but my machine says never to raise the lid because you have to start over. What is your take on This?

    • That’s very interesting! What brand of machine is it? I would say that the instructions that come with your machine trump any advice that I give. So don’t raise the lid.

      • I believe that’s meant for during the baking cycle, not the kneading cycle. This is because the temperature is regulated during baking and opening the lid can drop it. Also, steam from the baking can hit you in the face which isn’t fun.

    • I add 1 tablespoon of water. I can lift my lid without stopping the mixing process. It didn’t look like it was pulling all of the flour away from the side of the pan. The loaf was perfect. I am making a loaf today and just added the water with other liquid.

  2. Hi, u think i can make it with gluten Free flour? My machine have the gluten Free set tinglado and im trying to find a gd gf recipe

    • Good question! I would not make this with recipe with gluten free flour. GF flour is a lot different than bread flour and the recipe would need a lot of tinkering in order for it to work.

  3. My Zojirushi machine (the new model that just came out) doesn’t have a basic setting. Do you know what the equivalent would be?

  4. Is the 2 Tablespoons of milk called for in the recipe dry milk powder? It is listed with the dry ingredients so it made me wonder. Thanks.

  5. I have a Sunbeam bread machine I stopped it one day because I messed up on recipe. Well I can’t get it to start over from beginning of recipe. This is on another day .how do I start the machine from the begaing. Thanks

  6. I would like to try this recipe. One challenge I have is making it low sodium / no sodium. Can this recipe be tweaked to make it low sodium or remove the salt all together?

    • I’m sorry, but I don’t have a low sodium version of this recipe. I don’t recommend removing the salt either as that would cause the bread to rise way too much.

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