I love the smell of freshly baked bread! There is nothing else like it to make a house feel warm and cozy. I haven’t made bread in quite a while but as I was
wasting time surfing the blogs, I came across a few posts mentioning baking biscuits.I decided that I need to start baking bread regularly again. I dusted off my bread baking recipe just for y’all. I call it Lazy Girl Bread because, well, um, I’m lazy…LOL
The recipe that I use to make bread is so easy…It is just 4 numbers…
Thats all you need to remember to bake some delicious bread, rolls, pizza crust, cinnamon rolls whatever it is you may want.
6 cups of water (room temp or slightly warmer)
3 tablespoons of yeast
3 tablespoons of salt ( I prefer sea salt)
13 cups of flour
Mix all of the ingredients together. NO kneading required. I prefer to use a plastic dishpan for this dough. A new one of course. Let the dough rise on the counter for a few hours and then loosely cover with plastic wrap and stick it in the fridge. Cut off a piece of the dough whenever you want bread or rolls. Allow it to raise up some and bake at 350 for 30-45 minutes depending on what you are making.
This dough will keep for two weeks in the fridge although I usually use it up in about a week. No need to clean your dishpan either. Just scrape down the sides and mix up more dough. The leftover bits act as sourdough starter! How easy! No wait… How Lazy!
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