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I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe

 
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09/29/2012 08:05 AM
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I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe
Cheap, makes a medium sized round loaf, enough for one day and quick and easy.

use plain flour, and milk in a quantity of half the amount of flour used also use plain yoghurt in a quantity of half the amount of flour used. i used 200gr flour, so 100 gr yoghurt and 100gr milk.Add a little salt,and half a teaspoon baking powder for each 100gr flour used.

Form it into a round on a floured surface, then place in an oven on medium heat for 30 minutes, on a greased oven tray, covered loosely in foil.


I tried flavouring mine by mixing chopped fresh basil leaves, fennel seeds, and chopped sundried tomatoes into the flour mix, I guess you could use pretty much anything.

no kneading required, takes two minutes to make then 30mins to bake.
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09/29/2012 08:13 AM
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Re: I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe
No yeast it wont rise.

Ive been making just a flat bread with no yeast. Lots of work to roll it all out tho.

various whole grains + almond milk + sea salt & coconut oil (optional)

roll out flat and cut with plate circle

hot skillet for about 1 min/each

Can take a while to make but its all whole grain and thats important. Add yeast & sugar to make into loafs.
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09/29/2012 08:30 AM
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Re: I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe
No yeast it wont rise.

Ive been making just a flat bread with no yeast. Lots of work to roll it all out tho.

various whole grains + almond milk + sea salt & coconut oil (optional)

roll out flat and cut with plate circle

hot skillet for about 1 min/each

Can take a while to make but its all whole grain and thats important. Add yeast & sugar to make into loafs.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16665784



It has risen in the oven virtually doubled in size.I was sceptical too, but i wanted to try it to cut out all the kneading and time setting yeast based bread aside before cooking it.

I wanted to work this out before winter so i could always have bread as its easy to store flour ready and plain yoghurt keeps for weeks in the fridge.They say we will have a bad winter this year and bread prices keep rising.

Ok, so this little loaf won't win any prizes, but its edible.
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09/29/2012 08:33 AM
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Re: I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe
wrote it down ty OP~hf
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09/29/2012 08:35 AM

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Re: I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe
Sounds easy and delish OP. I think it is one of the cultures in the yoghurt that makes it rise. I used to make my own in the bread maker. Would flavour it up also with cheese, herbs garlic, anything really. So loved the smell of it cooking rose
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09/29/2012 08:38 AM
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Re: I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe
Sounds easy and delish OP. I think it is one of the cultures in the yoghurt that makes it rise. I used to make my own in the bread maker. Would flavour it up also with cheese, herbs garlic, anything really. So loved the smell of it cooking rose
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that sounds good, next time i will try with cheese and garlic.
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09/29/2012 08:43 AM

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Re: I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe
This sounds like it would be worth a try with a gluten free flour substitute. Easy enough to find out if it would work.

Thanks for the recipe! I'll write it down.
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09/29/2012 08:45 AM
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Re: I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe
No yeast it wont rise.

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It has a little bit of baking powder in it, so it will rise a little bit. Put some more baking powder in it, and some fat like shortening, and you have biscuits, which sound tastier than what you have so far.
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Re: I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe
No yeast it wont rise.

Ive been making just a flat bread with no yeast. Lots of work to roll it all out tho.

various whole grains + almond milk + sea salt & coconut oil (optional)

roll out flat and cut with plate circle

hot skillet for about 1 min/each

Can take a while to make but its all whole grain and thats important. Add yeast & sugar to make into loafs.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16665784


I heard somewhere about a flat bread made in a similar way but i think with potato in it.I shall try to google for it.
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09/29/2012 08:54 AM
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Re: I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

yes, this is what i heard about
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09/29/2012 08:55 AM
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Re: I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe
This sounds like it would be worth a try with a gluten free flour substitute. Easy enough to find out if it would work.

Thanks for the recipe! I'll write it down.
 Quoting: Vision Thing


I think you could experiment with lots of different ingrediants in it
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Re: I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe
No yeast it wont rise.

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It has a little bit of baking powder in it, so it will rise a little bit. Put some more baking powder in it, and some fat like shortening, and you have biscuits, which sound tastier than what you have so far.
 Quoting: Daisy Clover


wouldn't that need sugar as well?
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09/29/2012 09:00 AM

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Re: I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe
So - what's the oven temp to use, (your post said medium heat for 30 minutes).

And what's the oven temp for the final baking?
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09/29/2012 09:03 AM
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Re: I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe
So - what's the oven temp to use, (your post said medium heat for 30 minutes).

And what's the oven temp for the final baking?
 Quoting: Dried Up Hag


I used middle shelf of oven 30 minutes electric at 150, but I suspect the american settings are different.There was only one baking.
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09/29/2012 09:20 AM
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Re: I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe
Like a few others mentioned.. the baking powder would help it rise a bit, then there are some cultures in yogurt that would help it too. Neat recipe. I might have to try it. We usually make french bread loaves and it gets old sometimes.
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09/29/2012 09:29 AM
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Re: I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe
150 what !! Fahrenheit ? Celsius ? Kelvin ?
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09/29/2012 09:36 AM
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Re: I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe
You know that kneading bread has nothing to do with the yeast and is only done to create gluten strains in the flour that help trap moisture and co2? So kneading would help. Also it would help to let it rise before baking to give the bacteria time to create co2. It makes the bread fluffier and more moist. Try it next time and see if it makes a difference for you. Your mileage may vary.
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09/29/2012 12:07 PM
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Re: I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe
150 what !! Fahrenheit ? Celsius ? Kelvin ?
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Can't help you, sorry! The knob on the front of the oven says 150.....
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09/29/2012 12:08 PM
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Re: I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe
You know that kneading bread has nothing to do with the yeast and is only done to create gluten strains in the flour that help trap moisture and co2? So kneading would help. Also it would help to let it rise before baking to give the bacteria time to create co2. It makes the bread fluffier and more moist. Try it next time and see if it makes a difference for you. Your mileage may vary.
 Quoting: stinkyfinger


Thanks for that I had no idea so will try it.
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Re: I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe
Is 100 grams of flour about a cup?
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10/04/2012 10:59 PM
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Re: I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe
Ilove the smell of bread baking....Mmmmm
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10/05/2012 12:13 AM
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Re: I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe
Anyone who wants to make perfect bread. Buy and read this book.

[link to www.amazon.com]

It tells you everything you need to know to make professional bread at home the right way.

Also a helpful tip. When making bread it its possible to use the Autolyse technique in which you mix the doug just untill it is fully incorporated and hydrated and then cover it on the bench for 15-20 mins. The gluten will develop itself. You only knead it for a minute to shape it and you are good to go.

When most breads are properly hydrated the dough will be soft yet supple, sticky but not tacky. Ie it soft but still has substance when you touch it, and it is sticky but does not stick to you when you touch it. It should contain itself. This is for douchs with standard hydration. Some dough may have more than 65% liquid then this does not apply.

If you follow that your bread will deliciously moist every time.
Lazurak

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10/05/2012 12:16 AM
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Re: I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe
Is 100 grams of flour about a cup?
 Quoting: Vision Thing


When baking bread you cant subsitute between volume and weight. Its best to bake using a cheap home food scale to weigh your ingredients..

Or find a bread recipie with cups:-) the book i posted has both.
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Re: I've finally found an easy homemade bread recipe
150 what !! Fahrenheit ? Celsius ? Kelvin ?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24623620


Can't help you, sorry! The knob on the front of the oven says 150.....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24217283


then its celsius