By following the recipe below, you may make a white bread loaf in slightly below an hour and a half.
- One teaspoon of advantageous salt
- 325ml of lukewarm water
- One tablespoon of sunflower oil
- Both a 1Ib loaf tin or a 2Ib loaf tin
- A big polythene bag or giant bowl that has been buttered/oiled from the within
Combine the flour, salt and yeast collectively in a giant bowl, then add a few of the water and use your palms or a wood spoon to show the combination to a puffy dough, add a splash of water if essential.
Flippantly flour the floor of your kitchen counter and knead the dough for a minimum of 10 minutes till it’s constant, clean and elastic.
Seize a bowl and oil the edges earlier than placing the dough within the bowl. Cowl it with clingfilm and go away it till it rises to double its dimension. It is going to take roughly two hours at room temperature.
Pre-heat the oven to 230C, fuel eight, 210C fan, then tip the dough onto a floured floor and push the air out. Knead nicely into an rectangular form that ought to match a 900g loaf tin and put it into the tin. Cowl it with a clear kitchen towel to show for half an hour.
Powder the highest of the loaf with somewhat extra flour and bake the bread for quarter-hour, then scale back the warmth to 200C, fuel 6, 180C fan, and proceed to bake the bread for an additional half-hour till the loaf sounds hole when it’s faraway from the tin. Place the bread on a rack to chill down absolutely.
And there you've gotten it - your very personal white bread loaf.