Easy Everyday Dinner Bread

Here’s a very easy dinnertime meal! Ever wish you could create something delicious and healthful without going over budget? You are at the proper spot, then. You may enjoy this wonderful bread every day that we are going to cook today. It is very healthy, using items you most likely already have, and is rather simple to prepare. Get to work preparing this delectable bread that will become your new favorite dinner!


Egg: one big one
Two sachets sugar
Sea salt: one teaspoon
Cold Milk: 170 millilitres
1.5 tsp active dry yeast
170 ml warm water
250 grammes of all purpose flour

Initial Preparations:

Fire Up the Yeast:

Put the sugar and active dry yeast into a small dish with the heated milk. Gently swirl and leave for five to ten minutes, or until the mixture froths and the yeast is active.
Combine Wet Ingredients: Beat the egg only in a bigger mixing dish. Add the yeast mix you made previously along with the salt. Thoroughly mix everything with the heated water.
Add the flour gradually, stirring constantly, to the wet ingredients. Mix just until a cohesive, smooth dough forms. You may have to slightly modify the flour quantity to get the proper consistency, depending on the humidity and the flour.
To knead the dough, turn it out onto a floured surface and work it for eight to ten minutes, or until it becomes elastic and smooth. The gluten in the flour is developed via this procedure, which gives your food its texture and structure.
First Rise: Using a moist towel, cover the kneaded dough in a greased basin. Let it rise until it doubles in size, approximately an hour in a warm, draft-free place. Here is when the dough starts to take on its tastes and texture and the magic occurs.
Shape and Second Rise: Gently push the dough down to expel any air bubbles when it has risen. Form it whatever you want for your supper, whether rolls, a loaf, or any other shape that works with your schedule.
The formed dough should puff up beautifully after another half hour to an hour of rising.
Bake: Get your oven at the right temperature—typically 190°C or 375°F—before using. Usually taking 25 to 30 minutes for rolls or up to 35 to 40 minutes for a loaf, bake your product until it becomes golden brown and sounds hollow when tapped on the bottom.


Let your just cooked good to cool a little before serving. Any meal may be enhanced by this adaptable dough, which is also the ideal addition to a budget-friendly and healthful daily diet.
It is shown by this recipe that wholesome and tasty meals don’t have to be difficult or costly. You can make a cosy and filling supper that will become a mainstay in your home with a few basic ingredients and a few easy steps. Savor the process and the wonderful outcomes!