Tell me if you can relate:
Go to bakery, buy loaf of bread (sourdough or baguette)
Go home, enjoy a slice or two.
A day later, try to enjoy same bread but its gotten so tough, you are afraid to damage your teeth when chewing it.
To be clear: we bought the bread on Saturday morning. It was made...
What is the cheapest loaf of bread you can buy where you live? There might be cheaper but this is the cheapest I found: 59p in UK money.
This is an 800g loaf, so a large loaf. Its 59p which is approximately 90 cents (I think) or very approximately 1 AUD/NZD or .70 Euros.
ENGLISH MUFFIN TOASTING BREAD
Makes 2 loaves
Butter, for the pans and plastic wrap
Cornmeal, for the pans
5 cups bread flour*
4 1/2 teaspoons instant or rapid-rise yeast
1 tablespoon granulated sugar
2 teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon baking soda
3 cups whole milk, heated to 120°F (49°C)...
Home made bread.
You can bake this bread at home without any equipment. It is take some times for resting the dough but the result is incredible. This amount of Ingredients will gave us 7 medium size bread.
( For activating the yeast) :
50 gr wet yeast
One teaspoon sugar
My Aunt Robin gave me a copy of her cookbook and told me to feel free to use her recipes as I saw fit. So I used 95% of her recipe and put my own spin on it. In fact, she even encouraged me to make a video on it, so I included that at the end.
Original Recipe Author: Robin Lim Lumsden...
Preparation, rising and baking time: ~3 hours | 2 medium-sized loaves
This bread forms a brown, thick crust. The recipe is new – steered by different flour sorts I found in the pantry and smetana (sour cream) leftovers.
✧ 200-250 ml/0.85-1 cup lukewarm...
Turkish Bazlama Bread
Pillowy Soft and Easy Turkish Flatbread
500 g flour
1 cup water (200 ml)
3/4 cup luke warm milk (150 ml)
2 tsp salt
25 g fresh (wet) yeast or 2 tsp dry yeast
Sieve the flour into a large mixing bowl and...