Basic White Bread (For Bread Machine)

Basic White Bread (For Bread Machine) created by Sassy J

This recipe came with my Black and Decker All in One Horizontal 2 lb bread maker. I am posting the recipe here so that I can not ever misplace it:) This recipe also make great buns!

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4hrs 10mins
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  • For Bread Measure ingredients in order listed into baking pan Insert baking pan into unit and close lid Select BASIC setting and choose REGULAR or DARK crust.
  • Push start button.
  • (15 minute delay before mixing begins) Timer will signal when baking cycle is complete.
  • Using pot holders, remove baking pan from unit and carefully turn bread out of baking pan.
  • Allow to cool before slicing.
  • For Buns: Prepare bread recipe and use DOUGH setting When cycle ends, divide dough in to 16 small or 24 medium equal pieces.
  • Roll into balls and place on greased baking sheet.
  • Cover and let rise until double in size about 50 minutes.
  • Bake at 375 degrees (preheated) for 20 minutes.
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"This recipe came with my Black and Decker All in One Horizontal 2 lb bread maker. I am posting the recipe here so that I can not ever misplace it:) This recipe also make great buns!"

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  1. darlajorenie
    I found this a great base recipe..I added 1/2 Tbsp of apple cider vinegar to the water, and also increased the yeast (bread machine yeast) by 1 1/4 tsp making the total yeast 2 1/4 tsp. Set to the dough cycle. When done shape into two loaves and place in two oiled bread pans. Raise 50 minutes then bake at 375 degrees for 30 minutes turning pans half way through. Perfect. The vinegar is supposed to keep the bread fresher longer and help with the rise. Hope this is helpful and thank you kindly for this recipe I love it.
  2. nicolpinmin
    I just used this recipe twice today, making sure measurements were accurate, and both times the bread turned out so tough, that it was hard to chew and hard on the teeth. Does anyone know why?
  3. Janet H.
    My favourite recipe yet. I didn’t tweak anything for a change, and it came out absolutely PERFECT ! Thank you for sharing
  4. Navy S.
    You've mentioned that I can use milk instead of powdered milk, but you also said how ill just replace the milk with water completely? So what would the measurements be for milk instead of powdered milk?
  5. gailj262
    when I remove my finished loaf from the machine the paddles stay inside my bread --is this normal?
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