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Video: Bread Machine Bread

See how to make the perfect loaf of sandwich bread in your bread machine.

 
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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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maria7715 
Oct. 14, 2014 6:52 pm
thanks,best bread machine recipe I ever tried.
 
basirah oreagba 
May 21, 2014 6:51 am
thanks for the information.but ireally need 20kg spiral mixer that is genuine .the company amount means of payment and transportation.
 
ezeyes 
Mar. 4, 2013 6:44 am
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 
Feb. 20, 2013 7:17 am
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
 
larryr36 
Feb. 20, 2013 5:40 am
I bought a jar of yeast can I use that, and if so how much is a quarter ounce?
 
leahct 
Feb. 19, 2013 4:56 pm
Don't give up Christine! I have a delicious, foolproof recipe for you. Pour 1 c. warm water in your bread machine pan. Add 2 TB sugar and sprinkle w/ a packet of yeast. Let it sit 5-10 min. Add 3 cups of bread flour, 1 tsp salt, and 1/4 cup veg oil. Turn it on and let it go. Very easy and consistently delicious, as long as your yeast is good. (if your yeast doesn't foam up a little when you put it in the machine w/sugar and water, it is bad, start over.) Good luck and keep trying, you will love it once you get going!
 
Feb. 14, 2013 4:08 pm
I am so frustrated. I bought a bread machine and was so excited to make yummy bread. I've tried 3 recipes including this one and none have turned out good. They have all been gross. She says 2 cups of water and being a good student, I pour 2 in and now reading the comments, realize that she messed up. I don't watch, I hear. Ughhhh. Another crappy loaf of bread. So much for cheap homemade.
 
KathyT 
Nov. 26, 2012 12:04 am
According to Beth Hensperger author of "The Bread Machine Book" the only reason to keep the yeast dry is if you plan to do a delay cycle or if there is a temperature stabilizing feature on your machine that waits until all the ingredients are the right temperature. If you don't use any delay cycles you can add your ingredients in any order that you like- according to Hensperger. I don't know if all machines let you over ride the delay cycle for temperature but mine does. I am going to try this recipe. * I only saw 1 cup of water go in the machine and a 1/4 cup of oil as the recipe states. I don't know why stergerj and CarolCox saw the video so differently. There is a cup of water sitting on the table and maybe they counted it twice or maybe because the model has small hands they thought the cup held two cups instead of one. As for the 2 cups of oil, I can't figure that out. Clearly the cup was only a quarter full. But they both saw it so something must fool their
 
moch737 
Nov. 4, 2012 5:04 am
The video for bread machine bread above seems to be accurate and using the same quantity as given in the recipe. I'll try this one in a day or two and comment on the bread. Let's see how it works out.
 
eleanorsjoy 
Aug. 15, 2012 11:02 pm
The demonstrator is using a 1 cup measure for the water, I paused to make sure. She used 1/4 cup of oil as the recipes asks for. I will try it.
 
 
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