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 How To Bake Bread At Home

  Last Updated : Oct 29,2018

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basic homemade bread recipe collection. Always thought baking bread at home isn't easy? Not anymore! Get a step by step method to make a variety of basic bread recipes like Sundried Tomato Loaf, Almond Flax Bread with Eggs and many more at home. There is no chance to go wrong if you follow the exact recipe. Waste no time, get into your kitchen and start baking!

Bread rolls are small, round dough balls that are served as a side-dish. They are soft, fluffy and make up for a perfect accompaniment to soups, pasta and can even be served for breakfast with butter and jam. The traditional recipe calls for refined flour. But, you can bake healthy variants like the Whole Wheat Bread Rolls and Whole Wheat Masala Bread Rolls. Also, health freaks can opt for Whole Wheat Bread or Multigrain Bread instead of the normal Bread Loaf to make wholesome sandwiches and breakfast toasts.

Forget cookies and muffins, try your hands on these delicious sweet loaves of bread which are more like cake. Chocolate Carrot Loaf, Eggless Orange and Tutti Frutti Loaf and Banana and Walnut Bread require only a handful of ingredients. You can bake them and cut in slices. Relish them after your meal or surprise your kids with these delightful treats.

Go on and learn and enjoy how to bake bread at home following these basic homemade bread recipe collection.

basic home made bread recipes

 by Tarla Dalal
You will love the rustic flavour of this honey flavoured chocolate cake, reinforced with grated carrot, nuts and raisins. The carrot helps to keep the cake moist, while chocolate makes it appeal to all! Condensed milk gives the Chocolate Carrot Loaf a very rich and intense flavour, which makes you want to reach out for another slice.
Here is a tasty alternative that will make you bid adieu to maida based breads! Perked up with a peppy mix of herbs, spice powders and onions, the Whole Wheat Masala Bread Roll is a super tasty accompaniment to tea . The refreshing aroma and cheery taste of coriander dominates this masaledar bread, which tastes best when had immediately after baking. We suggest having just one bread roll, occasionally.
Whole Wheat Bread, apart from being healthier than its refined flour counterpart, also has a rustic aroma and flavour, which are thoroughly enjoyable. Freshly-baked Whole Wheat Bread is a delight to bite into, for babies, toddlers, children and adults too! You can use olive oil instead of butter to get a more authentic aroma, but if that is not available you can always bake it with regular soft butter. Ensure that the water to which you add the yeast is luke warm. If it is too hot or cold, the yeast will not get activated, and your bread will not have the proper texture. Once baked and sliced, serve the bread the way your child likes it – toasted or sandwiched, with grated veggies, cheese, butter and/or homemade jam . You can transform the Whole Wheat Bread to make delicious sandwiches and toasts like Alfa Sprouts, Tomatoes and Basil Sandwich , Baked Bread Rolls , Baked Corn Open Toast , Cabbage and Carrot Double Decker Sandwich , Cheesy Onion and Chilli Toast , Mushroom and Tomato Snack and many more.
 by Tarla Dalal
Here is a snazzy loaf that is packed with punch! With every bite, you lose yourself in the awesome flavour of sun-dried tomatoes, accentuated by the rich aroma and peppy taste of seasonings and herbs. The Sundried Tomato Loaf is a winner in terms of texture too, as it is super soft and really melts in your mouth, especially when it is fresh out of the oven. Slice it up and serve warm with soups and pastas , or dab a little butter on it and enjoy it with tea . You might also want to indulge in other Italian recipes like the Italian Style Baby Potatoes and the Italian Sizzler .
 by Tarla Dalal
Show us a kid who doesn’t love tutti frutti... sprinkle some tutti-frutti on any dish and your kid will be happy to gobble it up! Here is an attractive snack, which your kids will fall head-over-heels in love with! Spongy and tasty, this Eggless Orange Tutti Frutti Loaf is resplendent with the tanginess of orange and the appeal of tutti frutti. The intense orange taste comes from a combination of orange juice and marmalade, while the richness of flavour and texture comes from butter and condensed milk. You can prepare this and store it in an airtight container for 4-5 days. Enjoy it as such, or warm it a little before serving. You can also try your hand at other tutti frutti treats like Stuffed Dates with Christmas Fruits and Sweet Buns .
Bread is an indispensable ingredient in most kitchens today. From toast to sandwiches, bread is handy in solving the perpetual breakfast and tiffin dabba dilemmas that most people face on busy mornings. However, nothing tastes as good as freshly-baked bread, and so people often buy bread on a daily basis along with their milk. Nevertheless, even this bread is bound to be a day or at least a few hours old. If you wish to really experience the magic of freshly-baked bread, right off the oven, try our easy Basic White Bread Loaf recipe when you find time. You will be bowled over by the appetizing aroma, super-soft texture and absolutely divine flavour of warm bread. Use this fresh bread loaf to make delectable sandwiches and toasts like Cabbage and Paneer Sandwich , Cheesy Mushroom Squares , Cheese-N-Celery Sandwiches , Grilled Corn and Capsicum Sandwich , Mixed Vegetable Open Toast etc.
 by Tarla Dalal
Like there is a woman behind the success of every man, there is a perfect accompaniment behind the success of every starter. Apart from dips, sauces and chutneys, some kebabs and tikkis, especially the continental ones, need to be accompanied by breads or wafers, in order to balance the flavours and textures. Here, we show you how to make perfect Whole Wheat Brown Bread Rolls, which can be served for breakfast with jam and honey, or served with the appetizers for a more elaborate meal.
Nothing can beat the flavour, texture and aroma of warm, freshly-baked bread. It is this irresistible appeal that motivates food lovers to bake their own bread at home. Now, here is a Multigrain Bread recipe that will beat all other breads hands-down, with its rustic flavour and homely aroma. Made of whole wheat flour, millet flours, oats and assorted seeds, this loaf is further topped with mixed millets flour and flax seeds just before baking to deepen the aroma and flavour. Load slices of this Multigrain Bread with veggies to make a sumptuous sandwich , toast it, butter it and serve it with jam , or slice it and enjoy with a tangy dip !
 by Tarla Dalal
The Chinese have a taste for warm, milky buns. Don’t we all? Well, the difference is that those soft and succulent buns are steamed and not baked! A spongy dough of plain flour and milk is cooked in a steamer and enjoyed warm, usually sandwiched with pickled vegetables. Although some people like to make batches of these Steamed Chinese Bread Buns and freeze them for anytime use, the fact is that these milky buns taste best when had fresh off the steamer! So, that’s way we would recommend you to relish it too, with a cup of hot tea to accompany it.
A loaf without wheat? Unbelievable but true, and absolutely awesome too. Behold the Almond Flax Bread with Eggs. This is a really unique snack, which tastes great and is chock-full of good health too. It is gluten-free, which means that even gluten-sensitive people can enjoy it. Rich in protein, which is good fat, the Almond Flax Bread is an ideal snack for weight loss, and for athletes. You can enjoy it as it is, or with peanut butter . Packed in a foil and refrigerated, it stays good for around five days.
 by Tarla Dalal
Bread Rolls are wonderful to serve with Soups but they are also a great accompaniment for Salsa ( Mexican) innovative Dips / Sauces continental preparations like Vegetable Au Gratin and Pasta dishes too. In short, freshly-baked Bread Rolls combined with the right dishes can make a very exciting meal. Here, we show you how to make this versatile bread from scratch. Once you get a hang of how to handle the yeast, making breads can be surprisingly easy – and so tasty that you will never want to buy it from a bakery again!
Stranded in a foreign land with no clue what to eat? Walk into a bakery or tea-house and you will surely find some Banana and Walnut Bread to warm your soul and fill your tummy. This perfect tea-time bread loaf is an international favourite, enjoyed by people all over the world. The pleasant fruitiness of bananas and the nutty crunch of walnuts give this loaf a soulful and rustic flavour and texture. You can bake this Eggless Banana and Walnut Cake any time you wish to at home, because it makes use of just common ingredients. It is also a wise way to make use of over-ripe bananas! Banana and Walnut Bread is also a perfect sweet treat for kids to nibble on.
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How To Bake Bread At Home
 on 26 Jun 17 04:25 PM

I alway had bread from the market for our breakfast. From this article i came to know about so many variety of breads .... and healthy breads we can have... is good source of knowledge about the food. From this bread collection, i loved making Banana & Walnut Bread and Multigrain Bread.
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Tarla Dalal    Thanks Nishakanta for your kind words. Happy Cooking.
26 Jun 17 05:10 PM