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As regular readers of this blog will know, I enjoy growing food and cooking meals from scratch wherever possible. It’s not always successful, but there is nothing quite like rolling the sleeves up with the kids and having a go at making something new. Experimenting with food is a fun way to bond as a family and a great way to spend a drizzly Sunday afternoon.
Recently, we made bread together as a family, and thoroughly enjoyed the results. If you’ve never made bread before, I strongly suggest you give it a go. Follow my tips for a basic bread recipe, and you’ll be experimenting with focaccias and ciabattas in no time.
- 1 level teaspoon of salt
- 1 level teaspoon of sugar
- 1 level tablespoon of soft margarine
- 1 sachet of dried yeast
- 2/3 cup of warm (not hot) water
In a large mixing bowl, rub the margarine into the flour, sugar and salt with your fingers and then stir in the dried yeast. Stir in the warm water using a wooden spoon until the dough becomes tougher. Once it binds together, place the dough on a floured surface and knead with your hands for about five minutes until smooth.
Shape the dough into however you want your loaf to turn out and then place on a greased baking tray and cover with oiled cling film. Leave in a warm place until the dough has grown to about double its original size and then cook for 20-25 minutes in a preheated oven at 230°C /gas mark 8. Remove from the oven and leave to cool (ensure your loaf’s ready by tapping the bottom; it should sound hollow). Then all that’s left to do is eat, and enjoy!