My grandmother’s simple nation white bread formula. This is a thick, provincial bread with amazing surface and flavor. Make in the bread machine or in the broiler.
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Hand crafted bread is one of our #1 things, regardless of whether it is wheat bread or sandwich buns. Today we’re speaking about exemplary custom made bread!
I am (shockingly) in a house that typically doesn’t ordinarily have white bread lounging around. We for the most part have wheat bread, which I supposition I’ve become acclimated to and now I think it is very acceptable. Be that as it may, once in a while? I simply need a bit of good, warm, natively constructed nation white bread.
Simple, easy and cheesy! My whole family loves this recipe so much. If it were for them, I’d be making this every day! Give it a shot, you’ll love it!To Make this Recipe You’ Will Need the following ingredients:
- 3 cups luke-warm water
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 1 1/2 Tbsp. yeast
- 1/3 cup oil
- 1 Tbsp. salt
- 6 – 7 cups unbleached ground white wheat flour (You can use regular all-purpose flour with success as well. You will need more flour… closer to 8 cups, and it will make a softer, less-coarse bread.)
- *opt. 1 Tbsp. vital wheat gluten (if using whole white wheat flour)
- In a large mixing bowl, dissolve yeast inwarm water and sugar. Let sit 10 minutes. Add the oil. Add the salt and flour (starting with 6 cups of flour).
- Mix all together. Knead the dough thoroughly until all ingredients are incorporated, and dough is smooth, elastic, very slightly sticky, and pulls away from the bowl (6-10 minutes).
- As you knead the dough, you may add more flour as needed, and repeat the process until dough reaches the desired consistency.
- Cover the bowl of dough with a dish towel or plastic wrap and let rise until doubled (an hour or more depending on how warm your kitchen is.)
- You may speed up this process by placing the covered bowl inside the oven with the oven light on, and another bowl of warm water sitting on the lower rack.