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Easy Homemade Bread

Easy Homemade Bread

Easy Homemade Bread 

Making bread at home is a great way to enjoy freshly baked bread that is free from preservatives and additives. All you need to get started is flour, yeast, salt, and water. With just a few simple steps, you can create a delicious and fragrant loaf of bread that is perfect for any occasion.

Bread making is an ancient craft that has been passed down through generations. While the process may seem intimidating at first, it is actually quite simple and requires only a few basic ingredients. With practice and patience, you can master the art of bread making and create your own signature loaves that are sure to impress.

There is something special about the aroma of fresh bread baking in the oven. Making your own bread at home not only allows you to control the ingredients and flavors, but it also gives you a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction. With just a few ingredients and some basic tools, you can create a delicious and wholesome loaf of bread that is perfect for sharing with family and friends


  •  310g of strong flour
  •  175ml of water
  •  7 grams of freeze-dried baker's yeast
  •  7g of salt
  •  1 tablespoon of oil

 Directions :

 In a bowl add lukewarm water, yeast..., and dissolve a little.  Add the tablespoon of oil, the flour, and finally the salt.  With a very clean hand, mix everything until you see that the dough separates from the container and from your hand.

 Go to the counter, where a little flour is sprinkled, and go kneading with the palm of your hand, folding the dough, until everything is well integrated.  ( About 10 minutes ).

 Form a ball and move to the previous container with flour in the bottom, and sprinkle a little more on top.  Cover with transparent film and leave for 1 hour, to an hour and a half depending on room temperature, until doubled in size.

 With the help of kitchen paper, grease the dish and the lid with oil, and add flour.  Now take the ball out, and turn it around a bit so that it degass, (you will see how it loses volume).  

Give the final shape, and place it on the lid, covering it with the fountain.  Make a few not too deep cuts, with a very sharp knife, or better a cutter.

 Now, we introduce in the center of the oven, without preheating, with heat above and below, and leave 45 minutes at 230°.

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