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White Jumbo Soft and Fluffy Bread



18 slice(s)

White Jumbo Soft and Fluffy Bread

  • 340 grams lukewarm water
  • 2 teaspoons sugar
  • 2 teaspoons dried instant yeast
  • 600 grams white bakers flour
  • 2 teaspoons salt
  • 2 teaspoons bread improver
  • 1 tablespoon Whole Milk Powder
  • 1 tablespoon brewing sugar
  • 20 grams olive oil
  • 6
    2h 40min
    Preparation 2h 10min
  • 7
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Recipe's preparation

  1. 1. Add water, sugar and yeast to bowl
    2. Mix 90secs, temp 37, 90secs
    3. Let sit for 5mins (allows yeast to fully activate)
    4. Add remaining ingredients in order listed
    5. Mix 17secs, spd 4
    6. Knead for 6mins
    7. Let sit for 15mins before turning out and mould to a smooth balll and transfer to an oiled bowl. Cover and proof in a warm spot for 1hr
    8. Turn out onto an oiled or floured bench or mat, punch out all gases formed during proofing.
    9. Seperate two small portions approx 30-40 gms each and form into balls for bread rolls, place on a separate baking tray and cover
    10. Shape remaining dough and place into your 900g Jumbo bread tin, cover.
    11. Leave in a warm spot and once dough has risen to just below the top of your tin, (approx 1hr), place lid on tin
    12. Place into a preheated oven 200 deg or 180 fan forced and bake for approx 30mins. 20mins into baking, remove lid to allow extra browning over top and a crunchy crust.
    13. Turn out onto a cooling rack.

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I use a shower cap to cover dough whilst proofing which keeps it warm and moist. If proofing in a dry heat, be sure to spray the dough with a fine spray of water to stop it from drying out.

Removing two portions of dough for bread rolls is really only if you are using the lid on your tin. If not using lid, no need to remove the portions. It will give you a nice high rise this way.

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  • This is by far the best loaf of bread I have ever...

    Submitted by ShaylasMum on 26. April 2021 - 16:18.

    This is by far the best loaf of bread I have ever made! I did use the Laucke White Crusty White bread mix and omitted the salt. Used ACV as I had no bread improver and didn't use brewing sugar. About to make another loaf 😆

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  • This recipe makes a great loaf!...

    Submitted by AshleaBabekuhl on 21. April 2021 - 16:57.

    This recipe makes a great loaf!
    I had to substitute in some wholemeal flour and plain flour as I didn't have enough bread flour (only 280g) and still came out super fluffy and delicious!
    next time I'll leave out the brewers sugar (I just used raw sugar) and I'll halve the salt.
    step 2 says mix 90 secs, 37deg, 90secs; I never use lukewarm water anyway so I just did 3mins, 37deg, speed 2.

    I will definitely make again. It's my new favourite bread recipe!

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