Basic Bread Dough Using a Bread Machine. This video shows how to make the basic bread dough using a bread machine. The dough can be used to make a variety of bread. If you've been using your bread machine to bake bread you've no doubt discovered the range and breadth of great breads you can make.
I use my bread machine all the time. One of my favorites recipes, other than bread, to whip up is pizza dough. Almost any pizza dough recipe can be adapted for the bread machine. You can cook Basic Bread Dough Using a Bread Machine using 6 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Basic Bread Dough Using a Bread Machine
- Prepare 240 grams of Bread flour.
- You need 20 grams of Superfine sugar (white castor sugar).
- Prepare 25 grams of Butter (or margarine).
- Prepare 4 grams of Salt.
- Prepare 160 ml of Milk (You can use low fat milk).
- Prepare 3 grams of Dry yeast.
The one I am using today is a very basic pizza dough recipe from the cookbook The Best of Cooking Light Everyday. This bread recipe for your bread machine is very easy-to-follow to the point of being foolproof, delivering a soft bread with a flaky crust. Select Basic or White Bread setting, and press Start. I am using my bread machine every day now.
Basic Bread Dough Using a Bread Machine instructions
- Put all of the ingredients into a bread machine and put the dry yeast into the yeast compartment. Set the machine to make the dough..
- Take out the dough and divide it into 8 portions. Use flour if necessary first before dividing it. (By the way, if you divide it into 8 portions, 1 portion should weigh 60g).
- Once you have formed the portions into balls, cover them with a tightly wrung out damp towel and let them sit for 15 minutes..
- Afterwards, roll in any fillings you like. Let them rise a second time, and then bake them..
- This time, I made them into ham rolls. The ID for that recipe is.
I made a few changes to the recipe. Set the bread machine to the "dough only" setting. The machine will combine the ingredients, knead the dough, and give it its first rise. Remove the dough from the machine and transfer it to a flour-dusted surface. Using a knife or a bench scraper, divide the dough in half.