Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Another Bread Recipe

This is my new favorite bread recipe! Thank you to a customer in California! We love to get new recipes to try!

White Bread

4 cups warm water
1/2 cup Honeyville's Sugar ( I added 1/8-1/4 cup more)
1/4 cup yeast
1/4 cup oil
4 tsp. salt
10-12 cups white bread flour-or half and half with Whole Wheat Flour. (I used Honeyville's Alta Flour)
 
Add:
Water, sugar and yeast in mixer and mix
Add 2-3 cups flour and mix.
Add oil, and salt with rest of flour (gradually add) until dough pulls away and cleans sides of bowl.
Knead in mixer (using dough hooks) for 10 min. 
Let rise until double, then knock down and shape into loaves.
Makes 3 LARGE loaves or 4 medium loaves. (As you will see I made 7 mini loaves and 1 medium loaf)
Let rise in bread pans until double then bake 30 minutes at 350 degrees
 



 Doesn't it look scrumptious!?! I had it with my Strawberry-Blueberry Freezer Jam!

2 comments:

Julie Harward said...

Ahhh, nothing like home made bread! This is somewhat like my recipe, I use honey instead of sugar. My recipe is on the side bar of my blog...(www.circlecliffviews.blogspot.com)

Mitchell Schliebs said...

Same basic recipe as mine only, I use i/4 the ingredients with 3 parts white / 1 part red wheat for a small loaf, will last one guy about 5 days. Mix by hand and set bread pan, with dough, in a cast iron deep skillet with another skillet for a lid. Set them in the sun or other warm spot for a little while and bake on stove top for 30 minutes. Prep time and clean-up about 12 minutes. 35 cents per loaf