Perrier White Bread for Bread Makers




Introduction: Perrier White Bread for Bread Makers

This is a beautiful, light, fluffy bread that I created accidently after LOTS of failures!

Step 1: The Breadmaker...

I'm using an old Toastmaster Bread Box 1186 that I got on Free Day a couple of years ago, but I suppose any breadmaker would work, if it can make a 1 1/2 lb. loaf

Step 2: Add the Liquids...

1 egg
1 cup Perrier
1 tsp. vinegar
2 tbsp. olive oil

Put everything in, and leave it for a few minutes so the egg warms up to room temperature!

Step 3: Add the Dry Stuff...

2 tbsp. sugar
1 ¼ tsp. salt
3 cups bread machine flour
1 ½ tsp. bread machine yeast

Step 4: Set the Machine...

I use Basic/Medium, but you may prefer a lighter or darker crust.

Step 5: Enjoy!

I tried to get a picture of this step, but it never lasts that long!

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    I omitted the egg in my recipe and did not notice any difference in taste or texture. I do whole wheat (honey wheat) using molasses, I tried rye but it didn't work well for me yet lo' and behold- rye makes a great pizza dough, hearty and stiff enough for any topping and is now my exclusive pizza base. I also bought two machines since they are so cheap to acquire on Craigslist ($10 each) it makes Saturday morning bread days fun. I also made a slicer trough out of maple- I gotta do an Instructable on that- I get 10 perfect and predictable slices per 1-1/2 pound loaf every time.

    At first I thought bread machines were a gimmick, but have come to be rabid about using them.


    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Hi BeachsideHank,
    I find the egg helps the bread rise.
    I'd sure like to see an instructable on that slicer trough! I've been doing some woodworking, and could really use one!