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This bread recipe is quite easy to make. This particular recipe will give you 2 standard loaves of bread.
The recipe below with pictures attached.
8 cups of flour
1 - 2 cups of sugar
4 tablespoons of active dry yeast
2 large eggs
1 cup melted butter (or olive oil)
3 cups of warm water or warm milk
1 level tablespoon of salt
1 tablespoon vanilla extract (optional)

1) Sift the flour into a clean bowl and add the salt, sugar and yeast. Mix together. Whisk the eggs in another separate bowl, melt your butter and allow to cool (don't allow it boil).
2) Make a well in the middle of the flour and add the remaining ingredients.
3) Mix well and form into a ball of dough. If dough is a little sticky, add a little more flour and knead for up to 3minutes.
4) Oil your bowl by brushing with vegetable oil or butter. Place the well kneaded bread dough in the middle of the bowl.
5) Let dough stay undisturbed for 2hrs or until it triples in size.
6) Gently deflate dough by pressing the centre.
7) Sprinkle little flour on your work surface and transfer the dough to the work surface. Also grease your baking pans.
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8) Shape dough into desired shapes and place into your greased pans.
9) Leave dough undisturbed for up to 1hr 30mins or till dough rises  above the pans. Preheat your oven 20minutes before baking.
10) Bake your cake for 30 - 40minutes or till cake surface turns brown.
*patiently allow the bread to cool inside the pan.
If you have any questions or need more explanations, just comment. I will reply all comments.


Anonymous said...
9 November 2014 at 00:44

Thanks Cynhams! Pls do you know why mine got terribly burnt below? Also can I replace vanilla with nutmeg? Thank you

Cynthia Nwaham said...
17 November 2014 at 07:37

May be the heat was too much or the pan was too lo close to the source of heat or the bread overstayed its normal baking time inside the oven.

Don't know what it will taste like if you add nutmeg. You can try it ans see how it goes. The beauty of home cooking is that you can experiment with anything you want till you get a recipe that works for you.

If you do try it, i will like to know how it turns out.

Blazing HighDee said...
26 November 2014 at 03:16

Please i wanted to know if i should cover it when i'm keeping its to Rise or its should b kept open.Thank You

Cynhams Cakes, Abuja. said...
26 November 2014 at 20:22

No need to cover because the dough may rise above the bowl.

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