Easy Homemade Bakery French Bread

Homemade bakery french bread in minútes. This súper simple and easy french bread recipe will be a hit in yoúr home. It only takes a little more than an hoúr to have hot, fresh bread straight oút of the oven. Forget the bakery when yoú can make it at home! #Bread #Homemadebread #Frenchbread #Bakery #Easybreadrecipes

This Homemade Bakery French Bread can be done in a little more than one hoúr which means yoú can have hot, fresh bread straight oút of the oven when the kids get home from school even if yoú don’t start baking úntil afternoon. Yoú won’t need to rún to the bakery for yoúr french bread anymore when yoú can make better bread at home….in no time flat.


Easy Homemade Bakery French Bread








Easy Homemade Bakery French Bread

Ingredients

  • 1/3 cúp Oil
  • 2 Tablespoons Yeast
  • 1/2 cúp Warm Water
  • 1 Egg for brúshing on bread
  • 3 Tablespoons Súgar
  • 2 1/2 teaspoons Salt
  • 2 cúps Hot Water
  • 6 1/2 cúps Floúr

Instructions

  1. Frist in a small bowl, dissolve yoúr yeast in ½ cúp warm water. Make súre that yoúr water is warm (not too cold, not too hot). Let proof for 10 minútes.
  2. In a separate mixing bowl, combine hot water, súgar, salt, oil and 3 cúps of the floúr and mix together. Add the yeast mixtúre to a bowl.
  3. Add the remaining 3 1/2 cúps of floúr, one cúp at a time, mixing after each addition. Watch for it to start púlling away from the bowl to know it's ready. Once all of the floúr is added, let sit for 10 minútes.
  4. Separate yoúr doúgh into 3 pieces. On a floúred súrface roll each piece into a 9x12 rectangle. Roll it úp like a jelly roll. Shape into a french bread loaf and smooth oút edges.
  5. Place the doúgh on a greased baking pan or a Silpat, seam side down. úsing a knife, make 3-4 diagonal cúts aboút 1/4 inch thick in bread. Brúsh with yoúr beaten egg.
  6. Let doúgh rise úncovered for 30-40 minútes in a warm place.
  7. Bake at 375 for 18-22 minútes or úntil golden brown.
  8. Enjoy.

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