About this recipe: Nothing beats the smell of fresh-baked granary bread! This recipe is easy with Hovis granary flour. I use a mixture of white and granary flours, but some people prefer to use all granary or granary and wholemeal.
You can also make rolls by dividing the dough in step 3 into 12-15 rolls (depending on how large you like your rolls). Place on greased baking trays and allow to rise until doubled. Bake at 190 degrees C (GM 5) for about 15 minutes, or until golden brown.
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Great recipe made this in my bread maker husband love it - 28 Oct 2013
This is a reply to Ann Marie Mair tried to contact you direct since wasn't sure this was the right place to post the answer but no success so apologies to anyone expecting a comment about the recipe,. Granary flour is made by Rank Hovis and is widely available in the Uk ,according to the packet it is Wheat Flour, Malted Wheat Flakes (17%), and Lipase - whatever that is. Depending on where you get it its around £2-£3 a bag so about $3 to $5. If you want to know more there is a page about it at http://www.ochef.com/746.htm. Shame as we will be in Denver later this year but I don't think US customs would let us bring it in or we could perhaps bring you a bag - 15 Jan 2013