All Purpose Flour Bread Machine Recipe (Country White Bread)
This all purpose flour bread machine recipe creates an old-fashioned country white bread. Moreover, it is simple & easy to make... as your bread machine does most of the hard work! Visit Bread Dad (BreadDad.com) for more easy bread machine recipes.
Course: Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch, Sandwich
Keyword: all purpose flour bread, all purpose flour bread machine recipe, all purpose flour bread recipe, bread machine all purpose flour recipe, bread machine country white bread, country white bread, country white bread recipe, farm bread, farm bread recipe
Author: Bread Dad
1CupWhole Milk(lukewarm) - 7/8 cup equals 3/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons - 230 milliliters
4TablespoonsUnsalted Butter(softened) - 57 grams
3CupsAll Purpose Flour- 360 grams
1/3CupLight Brown Sugar(packed cup) - 72 grams - However, you should use only 2 tablespoons if you want a non-sweet bread
1TeaspoonSalt- 5 milliliters
1TeaspoonBread Machine Yeast- 5 milliliters
Settings - 1.5 lb, light color and basic bread
Unplug your bread machine.
Remove the bread pan from the bread machine (so when you add the ingredients, they can not accidentally spill into the machine).
Soften the butter in your microwave.
Lightly beat the egg.
Pour the milk, butter & egg into the bread pan and then add the dry ingredients. Place the bread machine yeast in last and the yeast should not touch the liquid (until the bread machine is turned on and the ingredients start to be mixed together by the bread machine).
Put the bread pan with the ingredients back into unplugged bread machine.
Plug in the bread machine. Enter the correct settings (1.5 lb, light color & basic bread) and press the "start" button.
When the bread machine has finished baking the bread, unplug the bread machine.
Take the bread pan out of the bread machine.
Remove the bread from the bread pan and place it on a cooling rack. Use oven mitts when removing the bread pan from the bread machine because it will be very hot! Let the bread cool down on the cooling rack for at least 1-2 hours.
Please read the tips section for extra information on how to make this recipe successfully.
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