Saturday, 20 October 2012

Basic Multi-Grain Bread





Basic Multi-Grain Bread

Ingredients

3 lbs multi-grain flour
2 lbs all-purpose flour
1½ cups sugar
2 packages yeast
½ cup lukewarm water
½ teaspoon salt
1 heaping tablespoon butter
1 heaping tablespoon crisco
½ - 1 cup warm milk
½ - 1 cup warm water
2 egg (optional)

Method

1.                  Blend flour, sugar and salt together.
2.                  Add butter and crisco to dry ingredients, cut the butter and crisco into the flour mixture.
3.                  Warm water for yeast, then sprinkle yeast over water.
4.                  Warm water and milk accordingly.
5.                  Add liquids to the dry ingredients gradually until all blends together.
6.                  Take out of bowl and knead.
7.                  Allow to rise until double in size.
8.                  Punch down the risen dough and turn onto a lightly floured board.
9.                  Loaf as desired.
10.              Cover and let rise.
11.              Bake in a 400° oven for approximately 25 minutes.
12.              Remove from oven cool slightly and brush with butter.

Basic Multi-Grain Bread was made and prepared by Shirley-Ann Pearman

Photography by Shirley-Ann Pearman

Recipe was given to me by my Mother Betty Ming

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