Homemade bread recipe

Homemade bread recipe

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Homemade bread recipe
Delicious homemade bread recipe There is nothing quite like the soothing smell of homemade bread when you get up in the morning or come home from work. People say they don’t have time to bake anymore because they’re too busy with work and other responsibilities. However, baking delicious homemade bread can be simple and easy […]
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Delicious homemade bread recipe

There is nothing quite like the soothing smell of homemade bread when you get up in the morning or come home from work. People say they don’t have time to bake anymore because they’re too busy with work and other responsibilities. However, baking delicious homemade bread can be simple and easy if you follow the right guidelines and I believe everyone can find the time to bake homemade bread themselves if only there’s the will to do it.

Whether you’re a seasoned cook with a lot of experience in the kitchen or a complete novice trying to impress your family, friends or your partner, this is the right place to be if you want to bake your very own homemade bread.
Whitebread loaf

Serves: 6 – 8 people
Prep Time: 10 minutes +1 hour of resting
Total Time: Prep time + 45 minutes baking time

This is the most popular classic homemade bread that’s suitable for everyone and is usually the homemade bread that people decide to bake on their own. I include some tips on how to make the homemade bread’s crust extra thick because that’s how I like it the most. It does not require a lot of experience in the kitchen, so I’m sure you can make delicious homemade bread too!
Ingredients

1 kg white flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon sugar
1 cube freash yeast (or 1 packet of dry yeast)
3 tablespoons oil or butter
100 ml milk
water as needed

Instructions

1.) In a large bowl, mix in milk, sugar and yeast and let it rest for a few minutes.
2,) After the yeast has risen a bit, add in the flour, salt and oil or butter depending on what you chose.
3.) Using a wooden spoon and your hands, add water as needed and knead a medium soft dough. Shape a loaf out of the dough, flour it from all sides and let it rest for an hour.
4.) After the resting, knead the dough again lightly so that it doesn’t lose the loaf shape and let it rise another 20 minutes.
5.) Turn on the oven and set it to 250 degrees with the baking tray inside it.
6.) Carefully slide the dough on to the hot baking tray inside it.
6.) Carefully slide the dough on to the hot baking tray and bake 20 minutes at 250 degress and then another 25 minutes at 20 degrees.

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