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Our bread recipe

Makes 2 x 1lb loaves


In a measuring jug, mix:

•    6 flat teaspoons of longlife yeast    
•    1 pint (20 fluid ounces) or 600ml of warm water
•    Half teaspoon of honey


In a bowl, mix:

•    2lb / 1kg of bread flour 
•    2 teaspoons of  salt
•    Drizzle of oil

•    Stir the honey, yeast and warm water and leave to froth (about 10 minutes)
•    Rub the oil, flour and salt together until there are no lumps
•    Combine yeast mixture and flour;
•    Knead well (15 - 20 minutes)
•    Leave in a warm place to rise until doubled in size
•    Knead again, gently for a couple of minutes
•    Shape and place in bread tins or on trays to make rolls or shaped bread.
•    Leave to rise again until doubled in size
•    Bake at 200° C or Gas Mark 6 for 30 minutes (loaf) or 20 minutes (rolls).  Cooked bread sounds hollow when it is tapped on the bottom.
•    Cool on a rack.  

A few points...


Freezes well and makes great toast!
Vegans can substitute sugar for honey. 

If you have any special requirements please ask a facilitator duriing the breadmaking session or contact us before you arrive.

"Tuesday's bread cooled in the fridge overnight, sliced on a heavy wooden board, cut with a sharp serrated bread saw.  First 2 slices toasted with lashings of butter, the rest placed in the freezer."

Peter Harvey, facilitator.


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