We have plenty of courgettes, so I thought i'd make this.
It's from one of Lesley Shapter's Bread Machine books.
I didn't have any buttermilk left, so I substituted ordinary milk with a bit of yoghurt mixed in. It didn't make much of a dent in the courgette pile.
Where did Thermy fit in? I used thermy to grate the courgette. It took all of five seconds to get super small chopped courgettes . (Obviously I had to rinse out Thermy afterwards, so possibly not much of a time saving - but certainly effort saving)
My breadmaker did a sterling job of making this while we went out for the evening.
Just had some for my breakfast. If you didn't know it had courgette in it, you wouldn't guess it had courgette in it. A lovely, light, multigrain loaf.
Except I put the breadmaker on the ordinary setting instead of the "raisin" setting. So the multigrains are still sitting in the raisin dispenser.