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Made this to take to a potluck barbecue that I went to last night. It was DEVOURED.

I combined parts of 2 different recipes for sundried tomato bread because I didn't want to go out and buy additional ingredients. Lucky for me, the result was delicious. This bread is perfect for making sandwiches - it wasn't nearly as dense as a lot of bread machine breads tend to be. I made a parmesan herb dipping oil to go with this - which quickly disappeared - but someone else started eating this with spinach dip and said it was really good.

In the bread machine pan, add ingredients in this order:

4 tsp. olive oil
3/4 c. + 2 TBSP. water
2 TBSP. snipped dried tomatoes (not oil-packed)
3 c. flour (I used half bread flour, half all-purpose)
1/2 c. parmesan cheese (I just used Kraft)
1 TBSP. sugar
1 tsp. Italian seasoning
3/4 tsp. salt
1 tsp. yeast

Make sure the yeast and water have no contact with each other as you're adding ingredients or it'll ruin the bread. Set the bread machine on the basic bread setting for a 1.5 pound loaf.

Note: When I made it, the dough didn't spread out in the pan, which convinced me that the bread wasn't going to turn out. It pretty much just formed into a ball inside the pan and baked that way. So if that happens to you, don't worry.
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