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Cover the bowl and let the dough rise in a warm spot until doubled in bulk, about one hour.

Cover the bowl with plastic wrap or a kitchen towel and let the rise in a warm spot until doubled in volume, about 1 hour.

"Best Ever Brisket" recipe.  I added Worcestershire sauce and liquid smoke after an hour of cooking.  Then, i also left in oven after recipe ended for another 2 hours on 250 degrees.  Oooooh melted in our mouth.  So so good.

One pinner wrote:"Best Ever Brisket" recipe. I added Worcestershire sauce and liquid smoke after an hour of cooking. Then, i also left in oven after recipe ended for another 2 hours on 250 degrees. Oooooh melted in our mouth. So so good.

Proof the yeast: Make sure the water is warm to the touch. If you can't comfortably hold your finger in the water for several seconds, wait for it to cool. Pour the water into the bowl of a standing mixer or large bowl and sprinkle the yeast over top. Let this stand for 5 minutes until the yeast is dissolved.

Basic White Sandwich Bread

Proof the yeast: Make sure the water is warm to the touch. If you can't comfortably hold your finger in the water for several seconds, wait for it to cool. Pour the water into the bowl of a standing mixer or large bowl and sprinkle the yeast over top. Let this stand for 5 minutes until the yeast is dissolved.

Learn how to make homemade bread like a pro on I Heart Nap Time with a step by step tutorial for beginners

Learn how to make homemade bread like a pro on I Heart Nap Time with a step by step tutorial for beginners .this is seriously the best homemade bread recipe ever! I love homemade bread!

The dough is kneaded and ready when it is smooth, feels slightly tacky, forms a ball without sagging, and springs back when poked.

Basic White Sandwich Bread

A Basic White Sandwich Bread for Everyday Eating

Do the first rise: Clean and dry the mixing bowl. Coat with a thin film of oil. Form the dough into a ball, place it in the bowl, and turn it to coat all over with oil.

Basic White Sandwich Bread

Do the first rise: Clean and dry the mixing bowl. Coat with a thin film of oil. Form the dough into a ball, place it in the bowl, and turn it to coat all over with oil.

Start the dough: Melt the butter in the microwave or on the stovetop. Stir in the milk, sugar, and salt. Add the milk mixture and 1 cup of the flour over the yeast. Stir until this comes together into a loose, lumpy batter. Add another 4 1/2 cups of flour, reserving the remaining cup if the dough is sticky during kneading. Stir until a floury, shaggy dough is formed.

Basic White Sandwich Bread

Start the dough: Melt the butter in the microwave or on the stovetop. Stir in the milk, sugar, and salt. Add the milk mixture and 1 cup of the flour over the yeast. Stir until this comes together into a loose, lumpy batter. Add another 4 1/2 cups of flour, reserving the remaining cup if the dough is sticky during kneading. Stir until a floury, shaggy dough is formed.

You'll love this recipe for Crab Meat au Gratin. White lump crab meat with melted cheese and seasonings, perfect for holiday parties!- Amy in the Kitchen

Crab Meat au Gratin

You'll love this recipe for Crab Meat au Gratin dip. White lump crab meat with melted cheese and seasonings, perfect for holiday parties!- Amy in the Kitchen

Knead the dough: Using the dough hook attachment on a stand mixer on medium speed, knead the dough for 8 to 10 minutes. (Alternatively, knead the dough by hand on the counter.) If the dough is bubble-gum sticky against the sides of the bowl or the counter, add extra flour a tablespoon at a time until it is no longer sticky.

Basic White Sandwich Bread

A Basic White Sandwich Bread for Everyday Eating

Using the dough hook attachment on a standing mixer, knead the dough for 8-10 minutes. This image is halfway through kneading: the dough has come together into a ball, but is still shaggy.

Basic White Sandwich Bread

Using the dough hook attachment on a standing mixer, knead the dough for minutes. This image is halfway through kneading: the dough has come together into a ball, but is still shaggy.

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