Homemade Amish White Bread

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Here’s a nice and easy recipe for the perfect Amish white bread. which is soft and tender inside. We guarantee you that this recipe will become one of your favorites and your family will beg you to make more of this perfectly soft bread. It will be perfect to prepare your children sandwiches for school and it also goes well with soups. The smell of fresh, homemade bread has no equal and to make the Amish bread you will need: one cup of water, one cup of milk, one tablespoon of sugar, one and a half of tablespoons of dry yeast, one and a half teaspoons of salt, a quarter cup of vegetable oil, bread flour and melted butter. Mix the dry and wet ingredients separately and let the yeast work for 10-15 minutes. You should bake the bread for half an hour, but check it regularly and remove it from the oven when the crust becomes golden. Let it rest and cut it only after cooling. For the whole list of ingredients and the detailed instructions make sure to check the link below that will teach you how to prepare the best Amish white bread you ever tasted.

 

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18 Responses to “Homemade Amish White Bread”

  1. Tina says:

    How much bread flour??

    • laurel says:

      time

      30 mins

      Total time

      3 hours

      Amish white bread is an easy, tender sandwich loaf that slices easily without crumbling. Its velvety texture and sweet flavor make it a hit with the kids. This recipe makes 2 loaves and freezes well for up to 6 months.

      Author: Marye

      Recipe type: Bread

      Serves: 2 loaves

      Ingredients
      1 cup water 110F
      1 cup whole milk 110F
      ⅔ cup white sugar
      1½ tablespoons active dry yeast
      1½ teaspoons of salt
      ¼ cup mild vegetable oil (coconut oil works really well here!)
      51/2 to 61/2 cups bread flour
      2 tablespoons melted butter

    • wlsg says:

      51/2 to 61/2 cups bread flour

  2. Pat Stevenson says:

    The Amish White Bread sounds really tasty, my question is at what temperature should the oven be heated to, for baking in a standard oven?

  3. dellob says:

    Great site..So many great ideas…

  4. munira says:

    I liked ur site .recipe which u post

  5. Diane says:

    Bake at 350 degrees F for 30 minutes, or until loaves sound hollow when tapped.

  6. Charles says:

    Where is the rest of the recipe?..

  7. Lizette says:

    Did I miss the reply to the question about the flour? No quantity in recipe.

    • laurel says:

      time

      30 mins

      Total time

      3 hours

      Amish white bread is an easy, tender sandwich loaf that slices easily without crumbling. Its velvety texture and sweet flavor make it a hit with the kids. This recipe makes 2 loaves and freezes well for up to 6 months.

      Author: Marye

      Recipe type: Bread

      Serves: 2 loaves

      Ingredients
      1 cup water 110F
      1 cup whole milk 110F
      ⅔ cup white sugar
      1½ tablespoons active dry yeast
      1½ teaspoons of salt
      ¼ cup mild vegetable oil (coconut oil works really well here!)
      51/2 to 61/2 cups bread flour
      2 tablespoons melted butter

  8. Leah says:

    Is this on another site??

  9. Sabrina says:

    Most bread likes a faster oven I set mine at 450

  10. Urbane Hermit says:

    The recipe works well in bread machines as well ( 3 cups flour to 1 cup liquids).

  11. Connie says:

    I was wondering if there is anyway you can email the recipe for bread ? I think I could probably make this one lol. Thank you for your help

  12. Susan Ciesielski says:

    Amish White Bread
    Prep Time
    2 hrs 30 mins
    Cook Time
    30 mins
    Total Time
    3 hrs

    Amish white bread is an easy, tender sandwich loaf that slices easily without crumbling. Its velvety texture and sweet flavor make it a hit with the kids. This recipe makes 2 loaves and freezes well for up to 6 months.
    : Bread
    Servings: 16
    Calories: 86 kcal
    Author: Marye
    Ingredients
    1 cup water 110F
    1 cup whole milk 110F
    2/3 cup sugar
    1 1/2 tablespoons active dry yeast
    1 1/2 teaspoons salt
    1/4 cup mild vegetable oil — coconut oil works really well here!
    5-1/2 to 6-1/2 cups bread flour
    2 tablespoons melted butter
    Instructions

    Conventional Method
    Dissolve the sugar in the warm water and milk in a large bowl.
    Whisk in the yeast.
    Set aside for 5 to 10 minutes, or until the yeast mixture gets foamy.
    Whisk in the salt and oil.
    With the mixer running add the flour, one cup at a time, until the dough pulls away from the bowl.
    Knead by machine about 5 minutes.
    If you are hand kneading mix in the flour until you have a sticky dough, turn the dough out onto a lightly floured surface and knead for 10 minutes or until the dough is smooth and elastic – adding flour as needed.
    Oil a large bowl and place the ball of dough in it.
    Oil the top of the dough and then cover with a damp cloth.
    Allow it to rise until it has doubled in bulk. This will take about an hour.
    Punch the dough down.
    Knead for three minutes or so and divide in half.
    Let rest for five minutes.
    Shape into loaves and then place in greased 9×5-inch loaf pans.
    Brush the tops with the melted butter.
    Let rise for 30 minutes, or until the dough has risen an inch or so above the pans.
    Bake at 350 degrees F for 30 minutes, or until loaves sound hollow when tapped.
    For a soft crust butter the tops and place a clean tea towel over the baked loaves as soon as you take them out of the oven. Let them cool for about 5 minutes and then take them out of the pans to finish cooling, covering them back up with the tea towel.
    Bread Machine
    Add ingredients to your bread machine in the order the manufacturer recommends.
    Select white bread cycle.
    Press “start”.
    When the dough has risen once and second cycle of kneading begins, turn the machine off. Press “start” again to reset the machine.
    The dough will rise a second time before it bakes.

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