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Fluffy sandwich bread


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Ingredients

Fluffy sandwich bread

  • 300 g water lukewarm
  • 1 sachet Yeast
  • 500 g bakers flour
  • 1 tsp bread improver
  • 20 g oil
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Recipe's preparation

    Fluffy sandwich bread
  1. Add warm water, yeast, flour, bread improver, oil, (and 1 tblspn of seeds/grains if desired) to TM bowl in that order. Mix for 1.5min, interval speed.

    Remove from bowl and wrap in thermomat to rise in oven at 50degrees for about 40mins or until doubled in size.

    Remove from oven and mould into shape or loaf tin, let rise again for another 40mins in oven at 50 degrees .

    Add a shallow tray of cold water to the bottom of the oven. Increase oven to 200 degrees and bake for about 20mins until golden. 

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  • Used a vit c tablet for bread

    Submitted by AmesinAus on 31. July 2016 - 15:19.

    Used a vit c tablet for bread improver, ground it first then followed recipe with exception of adding 1tsp sugar. Absolutely delicious! Will make again and again. Thanks for sharing.

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  • I love this bread has turned

    Submitted by NDeller-Krieg on 4. July 2016 - 12:27.

    I love this bread has turned out great every time I cook it but I add some salt and a tad of sugar.

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  • Can't wait to try this. Made

    Submitted by Jandy1314 on 26. June 2016 - 19:36.

    Can't wait to try this. Made the buttermilk bread from basic cook book today but it's very dense bread.mtastes great, just not luff looking like this one

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  • The best bread recipe I have

    Submitted by Nikki.P on 1. March 2016 - 11:41.

    The best bread recipe I have found to date. worked great!!

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  • Fantastic worked just great!

    Submitted by Superspeechie on 19. January 2016 - 17:25.

    Fantastic worked just great! Thanks

     

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  • Made this today and it was so

    Submitted by cookingwizard on 27. January 2015 - 17:51.

    Made this today and it was so easy.  I haven't had much luck with sandwich bread but this was wonderful. Thanks

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  • No way - choose 35!

    Submitted by Sunlovergirl on 12. December 2014 - 22:12.

    No way - choose 35!

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  • 50 degrees C may work for

    Submitted by Sunlovergirl on 12. December 2014 - 22:11.

    50 degrees C may work for you, but bread should be risen at 37 degrees C. This is blood heat. The high temp of 50 degrees C may kill the yeast.

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  • I am in the process of making

    Submitted by waterlin on 28. October 2014 - 15:51.

    I am in the process of making this bread now. The recipe calls for putting in the oven at 50 to rise.  I have the option of 35 or 60 on my  oven.  Is it okay to put it in at 60?

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  • Lovely light bread !  Thanks

    Submitted by FlissPrideaux on 2. July 2014 - 12:38.

    Lovely light bread !  Thanks for sharing !

    Fliss

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  • I satchel is 7g I used 7g in

    Submitted by tazjam32 on 25. April 2014 - 15:05.

    I satchel is 7g I used 7g in mine waiting for it too cool but cant wait

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  • some one asked what the grams

    Submitted by nicolle1 on 23. February 2014 - 16:37.

    some one asked what the grams where for a sachet of yeast and its 15 grams per sachet

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  • Awesome love this recipe   

    Submitted by Lisajoy on 18. February 2014 - 20:13.

    Awesome love this recipe 

     

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  • Interval speed is the

    Submitted by Annieooby on 19. November 2013 - 06:30.

    Interval speed is the kneading function (wheat symbol). 

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  • I didnt do the extra kneading

    Submitted by nardiacooper on 17. November 2013 - 22:05.

    I didnt do the extra kneading nor did i pop it in the oven to rise. Just baked for 30 min and it was perfect!

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  • Hi    What is interval speed?

    Submitted by fm on 10. November 2013 - 18:37.

    Hi 

     

    What is interval speed? Is it the kneading function?

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  • I use 2 tspn yeast, and I've

    Submitted by kcm1y on 11. October 2013 - 13:56.

    I use 2 tspn yeast, and I've never kneaded the bread, apart from the original kneading in the thermomix.

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  • Can you please clarify weight

    Submitted by DMAC on 10. October 2013 - 20:33.

    Can you please clarify weight for satchet of yeast as I dont have it in individual serves. Also do you not need to knead the bread? Pic looks great,  hoping to make soon.

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  • Another tip during rising is

    Submitted by Meldav38 on 9. September 2013 - 11:16.

    Another tip during rising is to warm up the oven to 50 degrees then turn it off before placing dough in so it is just warm. Especially if your oven is not too reliable with temperature, as 37 degrees is the optimal temperature for rising.

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  • Hi Keryll, if you dont have a

    Submitted by Meldav38 on 9. September 2013 - 11:13.

    Hi Keryll, if you dont have a Thermomat just use a lightly oiled bowl covered in cling wrap or a tea towel.

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  • what do i use if do not have

    Submitted by Keryll on 3. September 2013 - 10:10.

    what do i use if do not have thermomat?

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  • I made this yesterday, first

    Submitted by kcm1y on 12. August 2013 - 09:08.

    I made this yesterday, first time I've ever attempted bread, and it was FANTASTIC!!!!! I've had quite a few slices cut thickly and toasted - best toast I have EVER had!!!! Crispy on the outside and fluffy in the middle! Baker's Delight doesn't have a look in! Thanks so much for sharing!  Big Smile

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  • What's interval speed?

    Submitted by nataliebrownfield76 on 9. August 2013 - 19:36.

    What's interval speed?

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  • Glad you liked it terrieh.

    Submitted by Meldav38 on 28. July 2013 - 22:29.

    Glad you liked it terrieh. The water in the bottom of the oven just helps it give a crusty top more like a french loaf, but still works without it. 

     

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  • I let it rise in the oven

    Submitted by terrieh on 28. July 2013 - 21:33.

    I let it rise in the oven twice but forgot to place the water in the bottom of the overn when cooking.  Still turned out really good. Would definately make it gain.  I added Chai Seeds, it doesnt look at high as the photo above, but still rose really well and tastes great.

     

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  • sorry just updated the recipe

    Submitted by Meldav38 on 21. July 2013 - 17:07.

    sorry just updated the recipe to let rise for 40mins each time, as tried less and didn't get the best result.

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  • Letting it rise in the oven

    Submitted by Meldav38 on 21. July 2013 - 16:03.

    Letting it rise in the oven at 50 degrees twice is the big tip here.

     

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