By Laurie-Luvs-2-Eat on May 16, 2006
Photo by Laurie-Luvs-2-Eat
Photo by Laurie-Luvs-2-Eat
"I found this recipe on Allrecipes.com. It makes the lightest white bread with a flaky crust. I wanted to share this recipe because it makes the best loaf of bread and is foolproof. I just got a breadmaker and I have been trying many recipes. This is by far the ultimate white bread recipe. Being new to bread making I was a bit afraid to mix the yeast like this but it is really simple and should turn out perfect!"
Serving Size: 1 (58 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 12
"This is a fantastic recipe. I've been using my bread machine for years, but have always wanted a recipe that would yield a fluffy white bread. This is it! My son thought the original recipe tasted too strong of yeast. I made another loaf today, reduced the yeast to 1.5 tsp of yeast and it still raised just as well. Thanks for sharing! This one will be made often in my home."
"This bread is great!!!! It is really simple, easy enough for the novice bread maker. It has a wonderful flavor and the texture is light and fluffy. I will definitely make it again."
"This bread has great flavor and texture. I used only 2T oil instead of the amount mentioned. It's firm enough to cut thin for sandwiches as well."
"I have made about 4 loaves of this wonderful bread! I just don't see how anyone can mess this recipe up, because it comes out perfect every time! It also makes great sandwiches, expecially grilled cheese sandwiches! It's light, airy and very tasty. I give this one a 5 star rating!!!! Thanks Laurie!!!!"
"This was great! The texture was soft and the bread was quite flavorful - I'm especially grateful it's vegan!! Living at 6500 ft, I reduced the yeast by 1/4t. I used soymilk instead of water, 1T. brown sugar, 1T. white sugar, 2 and 1/3C. bread flour and 2/3C. ww flour. I also used the dough cycle on my bread machine, shaped the dough, placed it in a greased bread pan and let it rise for a half hour. Since my house is kept pretty cool (64) I preheat my oven to 200, turn it off and let the dough rise in the pan there, with the oven door cracked a bit. Then I removed the dough, preheated the oven to 350 and baked for 29 min. (note, baking usually takes 5 more minutes for any given recipe at high altitude, so you can adjust your baking time accordingly if you like to bake your bread in the oven instead of in the machine. (about 22-25 min elsewhere)"
"very good bread machine recpes i use all purpose flour that all i had on hand but it turn out wonderful and tastey bread i ever tasted"
"I have been using this recipe for quite a while now at least once a week. I love it! In fact I am making a loaf right now. I got this recipe off Allrecipes.com also. I would highly recommend it!"