Delicious old fashioned bread. . I baked this bread using my new bread maker. It makes a small,but perfectly formed, slightly heavier traditional loaf. I have added this to my subscribe and save order so i look forward to yummy bread every morning.
I couldn’t believe my luck when i spotted this i ordered it straight away and two days later it arrived well wrapped in thick poly-plastic. Yes it is a large size but everything you need is there apart from the water and either a little butter or oil. I found the recipe by viewing a smaller pack of this mix here on amazon and jotting down the details. The first loaf was absolutely perfect i chose to use butter in mine as i wanted a more traditional bread but if you prefer the continental like ciabata etc then use olive oil. I have to be honest and say that i prefer this to all the other branded mixes and i can have fresh bread, rolls, etc, whenever i like. I watched the recent bread making series by paul hollywood and am interested in what else you can make with a basic loaf of bread and what you can add to the mix to make other types. The plus points are i now have it on repeat delivery so i need never run out of bread again. Also my 6yr old great-niece has taken to bread making with me so the traditions keep passing on. She has also started making our sandwiches for lunch and is taking an interest in what goes into the food she eats.
Bacheldre Watermill Bakers White Bread Mix 16 kg
- Stoneground wheat flour and all the right amount of ingredients to make a perfect loaf. This one is for a perfect white loaf
- Light textured and wheaty flavour
- Strong for bread making
- Just add water
- Enough to make 32 x 500 g loaves
As long as you don’t try to add yeast/salt/sugar it works fine. Also worth bearing in mind that (for example). The only problem has been remembering that it isn’t just flour, as long as you don’t try to add yeast/salt/sugar it works fine. Also worth bearing in mind that (for example) 500g flour plus yeast etc takes 300g water whereas bread mixes show that you add that amount of water to 500g of dry mix, so it’s quite wet at that ratio (i add a little extra, say 510-+520).
Having received a breadmaker several weeks ago, i’ve tried a number of different bread mixes/recipes in it to varying amount of success. Having promptly arrived yesterday, i can already say it makes the nicest bread i’ve had so far. I’d definitely keep buying this.
My first loaf made in tesco bread machine came out perfectly.