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Bread Machine Bread

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In this video, you’ll see how to make easy sandwich bread in your bread machine. This foolproof recipe creates a loaf of bread with a flaky crust and very soft center. And making it is just about the easiest thing since sliced bread. Simply add a handful of ingredients to your bread machine, then get ready for the wonderful of aroma of baking bread to fill your home. Watch the video, then see SheCooks2’s 5-star recipe for Bread Machine Bread.

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basirah oreagba

basirah oreagba

thanks for the information.but ireally need 20kg spiral mixer that is genuine .the company amount means of payment and transportation.

ezeyes

ezeyes

Our new Go-To bread recipe!!! Used the dough cycle on the bread machine, after it finished, folded it over itself several times & put in oiled loaf pan to rise again. After doubling in size,run knife down the center for a 1/4 inch cut and then drizzled the entire top with honey. After 50+ recipe tries -- this one is the best we've ever had.

Cheryl

Cheryl

Here are some of the things I have found out while using my machine: 1)It is important to add ingredients in the order that your bread machine's manual states, no matter what the recipe says. I took a permanent marker and wrote the order right on my machine so I don't forget or have to go back to the manual to look them up. 2)Be VERY EXACT with all measurements(I found I like using my bread machine because it brings out the junior scientist in me). If the balance is off just a little, it can throw the entire recipe out of whack. Take your time and measure precisely and use the correct measuring instruments for the item. And if a recipe calls for Bread flour, using "All Purpose" may not work. Better to get the right type of flour 3) I have found I get the best results when I "proof" my yeast before adding it to the machine - use 1/4 cup water warmed to 100 degrees (Temp is VERY INPORTANT!) and a tsp. of sugar, mix and add yeast. Let it stand for about 10 minutes - you should see a fo

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