If you have never experience the smell of fresh bread then you are missing out because it smell delicious so making this recipe is just worth it for the small as well as the fact that it tastes incredible!

Ingredients:
7g Yeast
500g Bread flour
2tsp Oil
300ml Warm water
1 tsp salt

To start, place the yeast, flour and salt into a bowl and mix together. Then mix the water and oil in to the dry ingredients and mix together until it sticks into one large ball. I used a wooden spoon to mix but you can also get your hands in and use them to mould the mixture together.

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Once this is done sprinkle some flour on a work top and place the mixture on and kneed the dough, using the palms of you hands making sure to spin the dough for about 10 minutes. It is important to kneed the dough to get lots of air into the dough tho make it fluffy when cooked.
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Once this is done place into a lightly oiled bowl and cover with cling film and place into a warm place for about an hour to get the dough to rise. This should double in size.
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Once this has risen, you can either cut and mould these into rolls or place into a loaf tin and place into the oven at 180 degrees for about 30 -35 minutes or until the top is a light golden brown.

Once remove from the oven leave to cool and it is ready to eat, or you can eat it warm and it is amazing!

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Hi! Im Freya. Im 23 and this my escape from life into my own little world visiting, tasting and trying the things I love! Hoping that everyone will enjoy my posts and give others ideas of what they would like and hopefully I can steal some ideas back!

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