Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Making Bread

I admit, I'm a bread lover. Ahh the smell of freshly baked bread and then warm bread with melted butter on it. There is nothing quite like it.

Tupperware makes awesome loaf pans for bread.

Modern alternative to conventional cookware is made of state-of-the-art silicone-so it won't break, rust or crack.

Silicone material in Red provides even heat distribution when baking, eliminating over-baked edges and under-baked centers. Plus, it releases food easily, so little or not fat is required prior to baking.

Safe for baking in conventional, convection and microwave ovens up to 425ºF.

Unlike traditional metal cookware, you can use your Magic Baking Forms in both the fridge and freezer.

Soft, flexible material saves space. Roll it up and place in a drawer-it snaps back to its original shape when you're ready to use it again!

9¾" x 4" x 3" H

I've found a wonderful website for bread recipes including gluten free bread recipes.

Some bread baking tips:

If you are using yeast, always allow ample time for rising. Dough can take up to 2 hours to rise. I most often put dough inside the oven with a towel over the bowl. (do not turn oven on).

You also want to make sure your water is room temperature when using yeast. If your water is too hold or too cold, your yeast will not activate properly.

If you have never used organic flour when making bread, give it a try. Not all flours are created equally. Bread taste can vary depending on the flour being used.

The first ten minutes are very cruicial as the yeast is still active. Try not to open the oven door during this time to allow for maximum rising.

Leave me a comment, let me know what your favorite type of bread is.

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Audrey :)

1 comment:

GoMommy said...

Have you tried Tastefully Simple's beer bread mix? No, I'm not a sales rep for them, but I really do love this stuff! It always gets lots of compliments at get togethers.