3 cups flour
1/2 cup of milk
2/3 cup hot water, enough to make soft, smooth dough
1/4 cups melted butter or vegetable oil
2 tbsp of sugar
1 1/4 tsp of salt
1 packet of active dry yeast dissolved
Bread is one of those items that can complement almost any dish. They not only add a different flavor profile to any dish but can perfectly complementing it at the same time. They’re mostly used to create one of the most iconic and commonly eaten items around the world; sandwiches. They’re also a staple part of any healthy breakfast and taste wonderful weather eaten with jam, mayonnaise, butter or even cheese.
- Whole wheat bread has been known to be extremely helpful with bowel movements.
- Bread has been known to reduce the likelihood of heart disease in men over the age of 40.
- Those who opt for the whole grain bread are less likely to gain weight than those who don’t
- Bread contains vitamin B, Vitamin E, magnesium, phosphorus, iron and zinc.
- It has been known to be useful to victims of Alzheimer’s.
How to Make Classic Sandwich Bread
In some cultures it is considered bad luck to place a loaf of bread upside down or cut it when the bread is undercooked.