Simple Yeast Bread Recipe

Simple Yeast Bread Recipe

You know the days your just not organised? Well this often happens and we run out of bread. I like to make sourdough however you must have your starter ready to go. Needless to say I have a back plan on the days we need a loaf of bread.

This loaf of bread is easily thrown together and develops quickly. Anything that can be made first thing in the morning and baked before lunch is a winner for me.

Do you have a Plan B recipe?

Simple Yeast Bread RecipeSimple Yeast Bread Recipe

Simple Yeast Bread Recipe
 
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Recipe type: bread
Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • 600g flour
  • 7g yeast
  • good pinch of salt
  • 375ml warm water
Instructions
  1. In a mixing bowl combine the flour, yeast and salt. Add the water stirring as your pour. Combine the mixture to form a dough.
  2. Place the dough on to a floured surface and knead for 6 minutes. You can also use a kitchen mixer with a dough hook for this step.
  3. Return the dough back to the bowl and cover with plastic. Allow to rest for 45 minutes.
  4. Knead again for a minute and then form into your loaf.
  5. Allow the bread to rise in the tin for an hour.
  6. Bake at 220'c for 30 minutes or until the bread sounds hollow when tapped underneath.
  7. Allow to cool before slicing.

Simple Yeast Bread Recipe

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Lizzie Moult

Lizzie Moult

Planning, cooking, chasing kids & running an online business; it might seem like there is a lot going on. Yet Lizzie is all about living simply and creating a flexible lifestyle that enables plenty of travel, adventure and quality time. A lifestyle writer and photographer for over 10 years for numerous publications, working online for over 14 years Lizzie also works as a mentor for women who are looking to create and live a life with passion & purpose at www.lizziemoult.com.
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  1. We make virtually all of our own bread these days. Usually one with whole wheat, but sometimes just with regular flour too. Don’t do much sourdough — we should. But we’d be more than satisfied with this recipe! Really nice — thanks.

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