Whole Wheat Bread Recipe | Whole Wheat Flour Bread Recipe | Eggless Brown Bread With Yeast

Whole Wheat Bread Recipe | Whole Wheat Flour Bread Recipe | Eggless Brown Bread With Yeast

October 18, 2019 1 By William Morgan


we are making eggless whole wheat bread with yeast today
the ingredients and quantities are listed in the description box
these are
whole wheat flour
water
active dried yeast
granulated sugar
soft salted butter. if taking unsalted butter add 5 grams of salt as well
warm the water. add the sugar and yeast. stir and keep aside for about 15 minutes or till yeast gets activated
in the meantime sift the flour and make a well in the center
once the yeast is activated pour it in the well and mix in the flour then add as much water as needed to make a soft dough
add water little by little till you get a soft sticky dough then knead it till it turns soft and smooth
add the soft butter and knead the dough till incorporated
the dough is soft and smooth. transfer to a bowl and cover with a damp cloth. let it rest for 1 hour to 1.5 hours till it nearly doubles in volume
after 1 hour, in winter this will take more time, the dough has almost doubled in size
punch the dough to deflate and knead it again for a few minutes
keep the dough for second proving/rest this time for 30 minutes. cover with damp cloth
after the second rest, the dough has again risen to almost double. punch again to remove air
grease hands & kneading plate with a little oil, punch the dough & shape into a log slightly smaller than the tin which will be used to bake it
place it in an oil greased baking tin
cover with a damp cloth & let it rest for 30 minutes. keep oven for preheating, 10 minutes before time is up, at 200 deg F for 10 minutes
after 30 minutes the dough has risen. brush the top with some milk
bake it in a preheated oven at 200 deg F for about 30 minutes or till the top turns golden brown
check on the bread after 25 minutes
our bread is ready after 30 minutes of baking & has a beautiful brown top.
brush the top with some butter to keep it soft
then allow the bread to cool down completely
the bread has cooled completely. run a knife around the edges to free it & then invert to remove
the bread is ready. slice the bread
here is our sliced bread. though it is denser than white bread it is still soft and spongy as you can see
do try making it our way and share your experience
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