Dug Out The Breadmaker, Fluffy Farmhouse Bread.

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I dug out the breadmaker, dusted it off and did my old trusted farmhouse fluffy white loaf. I first published this recipe back in 2010 but I don’t want to touch that post so I am reblogging here.

This loaf is a lovely fluffy number, the kind that sends its crust crumbs every where and the crust ends get argued over. To cut, I actually turn it sideways and cut that way. It is a basic loaf and won’t last long. The sooner you eat it, the better. I used the French setting on my bread-maker and the highest crust setting.

Dig out the breadmaker and fill your house with the sweet smell of fresh bread.

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Fluffy Farmhouse Breadmaker Bread - Muffinmum.com

  • Servings: 1 small loaf
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Check your Breadmaker instruction book, mine requires wet ingredients first.

1 1/2 c warm water

3 1/2 bread flour (strong flour)

2 tsp yeast (I use Edmonds Surebake Yeast)

3/4 tsp salt

Set to the required settings to get a good crusty.

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