2 tablespoons butter, especially for me being a novice baker previously I've used a bread machine and the bread always turned out too dense and crumbly..I made your bread today. Very easy to put together. I let is rise in the microwave and went to preheat my new oven. That's when the fun began. I apparently had a rather nasty gas leak. Fast forward the gas company came and said I couldn't use the oven. There was NO way I was throwing away to beautiful loaves of bread. I packed them up in a giant bath towel and ran to a neighbors for baking. The sad thing is I had to give away a loaf of your fabulous bread. When I cut into it I was over the moon. No more store bought in my house., cleaning and feeding this ever-growing family of mine!I make this bread once to twice a week… its a great basic almost no fail bread! I've been making this since early 2011… its a very rare thing for me to buy a loaf from the store (unless I'm sick) I know people think making your own bread takes too much time… but they are wrong… you put about 10 mins in at the beginning and then its five mins here five mins there… its really just a lot of rising anFeel free to Pin It on Pinterest for later. I promise, they are appreciated.
This is one I don't often use butter in. I use organic extra-virgin coconut oil because it adds just a little flavor to the bread. A light vegetable oil will work, Set aside in draft free area and let rise till doubles in size. About 1 hourI made this tonight and used my bread machine for the dough and first rise, could it be I am not rolling it up tight enough??If you've never made bread before I suggest reading my before you start this recipe. It has a ton of information that will make you an experienced baker in no time!, I divided up and followed the recipe as written.It was delicious!Your recipe is very close to what I make I have been making bread bread for many years. would you like to try my fathers recipe when I was a little boy he called it wiener & cheese and garlic bread follow all the instructions above and when you are at the last part and your dough is in a rectangle shape and about to form it into a loaf . take garlic salt sprinkle the surface then cut up three wieners about quarter inch thick place them all over the dough then grate some old cheese and cover the surface with it then kind of roll the dough and tuck the ends in a bit as you roll it up let it rise as the other do and cook it at the same time as the other bread . But this bread will have to cook for about 10 -20 min longer because of the moisture inside will be do
Punch dough down. Turn out on lightly floured surface and shape into a loafthis is done by pressing the dough into a sort of rectangle then rolling up tightly from the smaller end. Seal edges and place in a 9 x 5-inch loaf pan that has been sprayed with non-stick spray. Cover with greased plastic wrap and place in a warm draft-free** place to rise until double in bulkwhen loaf is about 1-inch higher than the side of the pan. This should take anywhere from 30 minutes to 1 hour depending on temperature/humidity conditions., pies and tarts that wafted over the countryside like some kind of crazy incense.Tips for Homemade Bread SuccessI did mix my dough in the bread machine( makes 2lb loafs) on the dough cycle, Im a little confused about the bakers note. You cut the oil down to 2 tablespoons and substituted the oil for butter. How much butter? Do I put the 2 tablespoons of oil and butter together to make the original amount of oil. And do I melt the butter or leave it solid before measuring? What do you grease your pans with? I usually grease everything with butter and flour. Thank you. I cant wait to try it!I mean really, 5. Divide into equal parts place two in well-greased loaf pans.