Yeast Bread Preperation By Stephen Pesole

This a a type of yeast bread when its finished.

Step 1

You want to measure all of your ingredients like flour, which provides structure, yeast, to make the dough rise, liquid, to activate the yeast, salt, to regulate the yeast, sugar, to feed the yeast, fat, to improve tenderness, and eggs, to improve color and flavor.

Step 2

Mix ingredients together make the dough.

Step 3

Knead the dough to form gluten, which increases the elasticity on the bread and strengthens the dough.

Step 4

Let the dough proof, a stage where the dough rises, and cause fermentation, which causes alcohol and carbon dioxide to form.

Step 5

Shape the dough into the form you need it to be.

Step 6

Let dough rest a second time to let it rise again.

Step 7

Cook the dough to specified temperature, which can sometimes lead to an oven spring or a rise in dough while cooking.

Credits:

Created with images by ailinder - "bread baking food" • Crystl - "Mise en Place" • David Jackmanson - "Whisk all the dry ingredients together" • David Jackmanson - "Knead again" • grongar - "Challah - SH - Yeast proofing" • Luis Miguel Cisneros - "P1120318" • Pauline Mak - "Final shape and rest" • grongar - "Pita Bread - Magic"

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