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How to Use a Bread Machine

Lots of us are lucky enough to own a bread machine. This convenience allows us to have freshly baked bread without the chore of kneading and making it by hand. Our tutorial video shows you how to load the ingredients you need to make your bread. 

If you're looking for a basic loaf recipe, click here

Method

  1. Take your bread container out. Put the paddle in the bottom. Put the pan on your scales.

  2. Put your yeast in first. Use ¾ teaspoon of yeast.

  3. Add 400g of strong bread flour.

  4. Add a teaspoon of salt.

  5. Add a teaspoon of sugar.

  6. Add 15g of butter.

  7. Add 270ml of tepid water.

  8. Put the pan back into the bread machine and select programme.

  9. Once done, lift out with oven gloves and tip your loaf out. Leave to cool for about an hour.

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