Recipes / Potato Bread - low sodium

Potato Bread
Low sodium, Bread machine


13/8 cup warm water
2 Tbsp vegetable/canola oil
2 Tbsp white sugar
3/4 tsp Morton's Lite Salt
2 Tbsp dry (powdered) milk
1/4 cup Potato Pearls® - Extra Rich Mashed Potatoes, No Salt Added
31/4 cup bread flour
11/2 tsp active dry yeast


I use an older model Zojirushi Home Bakery Supreme® Breadmaker (BBCC-X20). Instructions should be pretty similar for the latest models.

Make sure the kneading blades are properly inserted into the baking pan, then add ingredients in the order listed above. When adding the yeast, make a slight indentation into the flour and place the yeast there so it does not come into contact with the liquids too soon.

Select the Quick cycle and choose your desired crust color (I prefer Light). Press the Start button.

While it is kneading, check that the dough ball is not too dry or too wet. It should be tacky to the touch, but not slimy. If the dough is too dry, add a tablespoon of warm water; if too wet, add a tablespoon of flour. If you add anything, allow the machine to knead for a minute before checking again for tackiness. If you haven't gone far enough, add another tablespoon of water/flour. If, however, you have gone too far, then add a teaspoon of the opposite ingredient to try to get it just right (for example, if you added 1 T water and it made it too wet, then add 1 t flour). You're smart, you'll figure it out.

Let the bread machine complete it's cycle and you'll have a beautiful loaf of low sodium bread.

Makes 11/2 lb loaf (8.5" long x 5" wide x 4-4.5" tall, 17 half inch slices).

NOTE: We get the Potato Pearls at Gordon Food Service.

The savage in man is never quite eradicated.

Henry David Thoreau
26 September 1859

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