- July 30, 2008 at 1:23 am #261020
I use a really easy recipe that works every time, and it’s easy to
scale up and down.
For a 1 1/2 lb loaf
1 1/2 lb flour
1 1/2 tablespoons sugar
1 1/2 tablespoons skimmed milk powder
1 1/2 tablespoons oil
1 1/2 teaspoons breadmaker yeast
1 1/2 teaspoons salt (although I use less)
a quirt of lemon juice (for the citric acid)
for a 1 lb loaf use multiples of 1 :>)))
If you haven’t got breadmaker machine flour you can use normal dried
yeast, but activate it first.
Add the water, sugar, yeat and skimmed milk to the pan. If using
non-breadmaker machine yeast make sure you use tepid water and leave it
to activate (it goes frothy when ready).
Add the oil and flour, and put the salt on top of the flour.
Turn on the machine, go and do whatever, and come back to lovely hot
Posted by: “Suzi McMullen”
Thu Jul31,2008 4:53pm (PDT)
Most of the regular recipes are designed for a couple of larger loaves.
So I could cut the ingredients down and I’d still end up with too much.
I am looking for recipes designed for 1.5 pounds because now that I
have a machine that actually will do a nice job of baking it, that’s
what I want to use. I did one today and judged wrong. It turned out
really nice. But I had to remove it and cook it in my nuwave oven. I
don’t use my regular oven because I don’t want to heat up the kitchen.
My nuwave did a nice job. But it is a wasted step to move it.
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