A ham and cheese sandwich on homemade rye bread is one of those irrestible combinations. Dark or light, these easy recipes for rye bread are wonderfully versatile with or without caraway seeds.See Popular Rye Bread Recipes
Jerry Traunfeld has been experimenting with rye flour for years; he loves the way it gives dough flavor and body. As these pastries illustrate, he has also been exploring ways to use celery seed in desserts. "It really complements the apple and rye," he says.
With swirls of dark pumpernickel and golden rye, this yeast bread makes eye-catching sandwiches.
Whole wheat flour makes this bread tasty yet healthy. Enjoy one hearty, honey-sweetened loaf now and freeze one for later.
This tangy bread is made with a petrin, a mixture of flour and yeast that is allowed to develop before the bread is made.
Explore old-world flavors by using veal instead of beef and rye instead of white bread in this burger recipe.
Studded with raisins and made with just the right amount of brown sugar and molasses, this Swedish-inspired rye bread is hearty and satisfying.
After tossing the ingredients and spreading them in a pan, Melissa Rubel Jacobson chills the stuffing for at least an hour before baking. This ensures that the bread soaks up the liquid--key to a stuffing that's crisp on top and moist within. Variations on this basic recipe are easy.
Since rye flour is heavier than all-purpose flour, these rolls are a little denser than classic cloverleaf rolls. But you'll love the hearty rye flavor.
Named for its creator, Arthur Reuben who owned a New York deli, this grilled corned beef sandwich continues to be a favorite in homes and sandwich shops across the country.
A caraway-flavored sour cream and sauerkraut tops this Amish-style ham and cheese sandwich. Serve it for a quick dinner.
Slices of this tender rye bread are especially delicious toasted and served with jam or honey-nut cream cheese.
Caraway seeds, one of the oldest spices, was once used in love potions. You'll love it in this whole grain and hearty bread recipe.
Carb Choices: 2 Orange and caraway make these yeast rolls a memorable addition to a special holiday brunch.
This diner classic gets a makeover by replacing some of the ground beef with finely chopped portobello mushrooms, which add moisture and flavor. We like a smear of pickle relish on top, but you could try chutney, mustard or hot pepper relish in its place. Make it a Meal: Round out the plate with Oven Sweet Potato Fries and Balsamic & Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower.