No KNEAD to be a baker to make these.
Do you live too far from bakeries? Or have the bakeries near you run out of bread before you even got the chance to order? Don’t worry, there are other ways to get bread such as making your own! Here are 6 recipes for bread even non-bakers can make!
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A Filipino breakfast and snack staple, the pandesal is one of the types of bread you’re going to have to learn how to bake especially if bakeries don’t deliver within your area.
Ingredients needed: All-purpose flour, bread flour sugar, bread crumbs, baking powder, cooking oil fresh milk, butter, salt, oil, eggs, and rapid rise yeast.
Note: Make homemade breadcrumbs by toasting bread and pounding it until they turn into a powder.
Spice things up by making the famous Ube Cheese Pandesal
Don’t have an oven? Check out this pandesal recipe that doesn’t need an oven:
White Bread/Pullman Bread/Loaf Bread
The type of bread most commonly used for sandwiches, the white bread or loaf bread is the one you should make if you’re into versatile bread as you can make more than just sandwiches with this type of bread.
Ingredients needed: Active dry yeast, water, sugar, bread flour, salt, butter, non-stick cooking spray
Have a preference for softer types of bread? Then, you’ll definitely love the texture of soft and fluffy dinner rolls!
Ingredients needed: Flour, butter, milk, egg, sugar, yeast salt
Insider tip: Upgrade your dinner rolls by adding melted butter and grated cheese on top to make ensaymada.
Pita bread is the bread you should definitely make if you’re into sauces and dips. A quintessential bread of Middle Eastern cuisine, the pita bread impresses with both its taste and its capabilities to pair well with food like hummus or tabouleh.
Ingredients needed: Active dry yeast, water, all-purpose flour, olive oil, salt
Don’t have yeast? Here are types of bread you can make that don’t need yeast.
A sweet snack best enjoyed with coffee or tea, muffins – more specifically blueberry muffins – are a simple type of bread everyone regardless of age will love.
Ingredients needed: all-purpose flour, white sugar, salt, baking powder, vegetable oil, egg, milk, blueberries, butter, cinnamon
Insider tip: If you don't have blueberries or don't prefer blueberries, you may exchange them with other fruits/chocolate.
Wondering what to do with your really ripe bananas? Make banana bread! A no-fuss type of bread/loaf, the banana bread is one of the best filling and sweet desserts/snacks.
Ingredients needed: All-purpose flour, baking soda, salt, butter, brown sugar, eggs, ripe bananas
Let’s say you’ve sharpened your baking skills by trying out the recipes above, then it’s time to take it up a notch by making sourdough!
It may be a type of dough that’s time-consuming but the fact that you can use the starter to make a variety of bread just goes to show that sometimes the hardest and most time-consuming things are no-doubt worth it.
Sourdough Bread and More
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