I have to say this is the very best bread I have ever made in it's original form. I like experimenting with it because it is perfect to start with! Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe.
I have made this more than a dozen times now. It is the best sandwich bread I've ever made. I only use 1 tbsp of salt as 2 tbsp was too much for me. I also let me dough rise in the microwave. I put about 3 cups of water in a glass dish and nuke it for about 4 mins, then put the dough in. The moisture level really makes a difference. Thanks again for the awesome recipe.
Just made this bread. It is delicious! Way better than store bought. And simple enough to make weekly or as needed. I will be using this for my go-to bread recipe from now on. Thank you for this amazing recipe! Only adjustment I made was using 1 1/2 tablespoons of salt, other than that I followed the recipe to a T!
My bread machine broke and I was looking for an easy recipe. This bread sliced well for sandwiches and tasted great. Kids and husband liked it too.
This recipe was easy to follow but my rise times were three times as long, and the final loaf was too dense for my personal tastes. My husband liked it so I suppose it's just a preference thing. Thanks for posting all the same.
Easy and delicious to make. Hands down my favorite for comfort food.
Loved this recipe! I made it in the bread machine and used part 7 grain. It came out perfectly!!! Will be making again and again :) Thanks!!
Great recipe and clear directions. Perfect as is and makes a great starter for experimenting. I have modified it to make it a wheat bread. It is not a whole wheat, more like 50/50. I added a little more honey, upped it to 1/3 cup. Added 1/4 cup water. 3 cups whole wheat flour and 3 cups white bread flour. Make sure your water is quite warm without being so hot you kill the yeast. I read someone else's idea of making your microwave a proof box, works really well like that! Play with it, make it your own! I think I see some cinnamon raisin bread in our future!
This bread came out perfect for sandwich bread. I put all the ingredients in a stand mixer (after I let the sugar, yeast, and water get creamy). I let it rise in that bowl. Folded it into a laof and let it rise again. Popped it in the oven and it came out beautiful. My family loves it and I will now be making this recipe for our sandwich bread. Thank you so much for sharing!
This bread tasted nice and rose beautifully. But as far as it being a sandwich bread, not so much. It crumbled and broke way too easy. We got maybe 1 intact slice in one whole loaf. It does toast well.