The first time I baked my own bread from scratch (back in college), I was very intimidated. I expected it to take a long time, and I was certain I would find a way to mess up the recipe or possibly burn the kitchen down.
To my surprise, it didn’t take very long and wasn’t nearly as difficult as I expected. I followed a recipe for French bread and it turned out just fine.
Whether you’re experienced or a total newbie like I was, baking bread isn’t that hard. In these videos, Big Family Homestead proves this by sharing three bread recipes that can be made in just 10 minutes each. Here they are…
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Artisan No Sugar Bread in 8 Minutes Prep Time
- 8 cups of bread flour
- 4 cups of warm water
- 2 tablespoons of dry active yeast
- 2 tablespoons of salt
EASY French Bread under 10 Minutes for 30 Cents
- 6-7 cups of flour
- 2 1/2 cups of warm water
- 3 teaspoons of dry active yeast
- 4 teaspoons of sugar
- 4 teaspoons of salt
- Optional: 1 egg
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Amish White Bread – Easy and Delicious
- 4 cups of water
- 1 1/3 cups of sugar
- 3 tablespoons of yeast
- 3 teaspoons of salt
- 1/2 cups of oil
- 10-12 cups of flour
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Elbert Jones says
The videos were great. But you need to specify the baking temperature. Plus the baking time.
The recipes also say you should add an egg;sugar,and oil to the dough.do you add them before the first rising?
Muriel Ford says
I got no recipe only the video. Got the ingredients but no instructions.
The instructions are in the videos.
With the Artisan no sugar bread that rises in the bucket, when you take out some dough for a loaf, you mentioned putting the rest in the refrigerator but no comment about how long you leave the dough in the refrigerator or when you bring it out do you let it come to room temperature?? Please elaborate! Thank you!!!