Super easy sub bread.

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Serves: 4 loaves or 8 rolls
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Ingredients

3 c bread flour
2 tsp dry active yeast
1 tsp sugar
1 1/2 tsp salt
1 1/4 c warm water
2 Tbsp olive oil or vegetable oil

The Cook

Karina Alcala Recipe
x4
Lightly Salted
macks creek , MO (pop. 244)
mamade4
Member Since Jan 2012
Karina's notes for this recipe:
I love making bread and love eating it. There is nothing better than the smell of fresh baked bread. This recipe is super easy to make you don't need a bread machine to make it. I make it my self and my kids make it some times too. This is their favorite bread. We love to make sandwiches and subs wit this bread. Only a couple ingredients is all you need.
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Directions

1
In a large mixing bowl combine water, yeast and sugar give it a mix with a spoon and let sit until it foams about 5 minutes. Add flour, salt and oil mix until a dough ball forms. Transfer ball of dough onto flour board and knead until smooth about 10 minutes. Oil a mixing bowl and transfer dough into the mixing ball turning the ball to coat it in oil cover with plastic wrap and let sit for 45 minutes until doubled in size in a warm place.
2
After 45 minutes take dough out and put on floured board and punch down and knead for 2 minutes or so. At this point you can divide the dough into 4 balls or 8. I do 4 balls and make 2 loaves out of 2 balls and four rolls out of the other 2. All you do to make the loafs or baguettes is roll the dough into logs. Oil a baking sheet or cover with parchment paper and put formed loaves into the sheets. oil the tops with olive or vegetable oil and cover with plastic wrap. Put sheets in a warm place and let sit for 45 minutes until they double in size again.
3
Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Take plastic sheet off the bread and at this point you can add fresh or dried herbs. Or you can do sesame seeds or even oatmeal or leave them plain. Place baking sheets in oven and bake for 20-25 minutes until top is golden brown. Take them out and let them cool down or eat them right away.
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user Diane M. dinee - Apr 16, 2012
these are beautiful rolls, good job! I too love making bread (and eating it!) I am convinced that when I get to heaven, it will smell like fresh-baked bread! thanks for sharing:)
user Karina Alcala mamade4 - Apr 16, 2012
I love that lol glad to share I believe that sharing is caring. I love to share my recipes with people even if it's over the internet.
user Leslie Sittingbull lsittingbull - Apr 19, 2012
i am so gonna try this. thanks for sharing.
user Carol Puishis capuishis - Dec 20, 2012
Another great recipe to add to my collection. You are a real blessing in my life. Thanks Karina

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