What Are The Best Loaf Recipes? Know More About The Same


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Get out your Kitchen Aid out and try to find the best loaf hook attachment, which may have fallen in between a few lesser-used pans into the abyss of the back of the cupboard. Curse at yourself for being unorganized and remember to clean out the cabinet at a later date. This you will ultimately forget, even though you’ve taken most of the good pans and appliances out and have piled them in the dining room.

What Are The Best Loaf Recipes? Know More About The Same
What Are The Best Loaf Recipes? Know More About The Same

Best Loaf Recipes

Run the kitchen faucet until comfortably hot water comes out. Go back and plug in the mixer to the wall outlet. Don’t forget to take the butter out of the fridge; it needs to be room temp.

Find the Pyrex liquid measuring cup that has most of the writing rubbed out by years of use and dishwashing. Eyeball filling the container to 1 1/2 cups of warm water. Remember to sharpie in the lines at a later date.

Dump about half of the water into the KitchenAid bowl. Add a tablespoon and a half of sugar and a tablespoon and a half of active dry yeast. Make sure the yeast hasn’t expired. If you don’t have sugar, you can use anything like honey, brown sugar that has become a rock in the bottom of the bag, maple syrup, turbinado, etc. Add these to the water in the Pyrex and add a pinch of flour. Do not stir. Let this sit for five minutes.

Don’t forget to take the butter out of the fridge.

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Add a cup of rye flour to the water in the mixing bowl. This works best if you make sure the mixer is off and the mixing engine flip back so that you don’t try to put the flour into the tiny space between the bowl and the mixer head, spilling half onto the counter while the other half becomes aerosolized. Measure out two more cups of white flour (I use King Arthur unbleached/ unbromated). Again, stop the mixer before you dump in the flour. It’s hard to clean the entire kitchen of flour particles that settle in fine dust all over everything.

Mix this slowly because that’s a crapton of raw flour to very little water. Peek at the yeast mixture; it should be foaming.

Don’t forget to take the butter out of the fridge.

What Are The Best Loaf Recipes? Know More About The Same
What Are The Best Loaf Recipes? Know More About The Same

Find The Salt.

Once the yeast mixture is foaming and smells like wet bread, add it into the mix in the mixing bowl. Take a rubber spatula and make sure to clean the Pyrex because there will be a film of yeast and sugar at the bottom of the glass. Once the mix is well, mixed, turn the mixer up to medium speed and knead the dough for ten minutes.

This should be at a rate that makes the mixer bump around the counter, in danger of falling off where it needs to babysit. It should also thump around so much it makes the cat run for cover upstairs under the bed. If it is still sticky and sticking to the sides of the mixing bowl, add in more flour, up to a half a cup

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