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Old 12-11-2006, 09:38 PM   #1
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Great Homemade Bread Using Your Food Processor. You can use any recipe.
Place all your dry ingredients in your food processor
Pour the water through the feed tube
Process the dough for a total of 45 seconds. Remove dough from the processor and place in a large UNGREASED bowl. Cover bowl with plastic wrap and allow the dough to ferment for
1 1/2 to 2 hours at room temperature 70-72 degrees. It will increase in volume somewhat,but don't be concerned by how much. Turn dough on lightly floured work surface. Divide dough..bread, rolls. let rest 30 40 minutes. Bake. Any questions?

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Old 12-11-2006, 09:50 PM   #2
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Aria, does the water temp have to be be between 105 and 115?
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Old 12-11-2006, 10:04 PM   #3
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Making Bread in Food Processor: water lukewarm. Combined temp of water and flour temp 130F. When the dough is mixed temp 75-80 degrees.
That is the secret of making bread. Questions?
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Old 12-12-2006, 12:29 PM   #4
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Great Homemade Bread Using Your Food Processor. You can use any recipe.
Place all your dry ingredients in your food processor
Pour the water through the feed tube
Process the dough for a total of 45 seconds. Remove dough from the processor and place in a large UNGREASED bowl. Cover bowl with plastic wrap and allow the dough to ferment for
1 1/2 to 2 hours at room temperature 70-72 degrees. It will increase in volume somewhat,but don't be concerned by how much. Turn dough on lightly floured work surface. Divide dough..bread, rolls. let rest 30 40 minutes. Bake. Any questions?
Might try this, (not a baker-noluck) at what temp. do you make at ? Thanks
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Old 12-12-2006, 03:44 PM   #5
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This is a great way to make bread. I finally bought a food processor this fall and it contained a recipe for Artisan Bread. It's fantastic and easy:

1# All purpose unbleached flour
2t fine sea salt
10 oz warm water (take temp of flour and subtract from 140 this is what your water tem should be 140-65 degree flour= 75 degree water)
1 pack instant yeast

Put dry ingrd. into cup. With machine on pour in water and process for 45 seconds.
Place into ungreased bowl for 1.5 to 2 hours.
Place on lightly floured cutting board and cut in half. Shape into rounds and let rise for 1 hour covered with plastic wrap.

Preheat oven to 475 with baking stone in oven
In oven proof pan bring 2 cups H20 to boil.

When risen cut cross marks into the top of loaves place on a pizza peel dusted with corn meal. Place loaves onbaking stone and place the pan of water on bottom of oven. Reduce heat to 450 degrees and bake for 20 -30 minutes until deep mahogany brown.

I have also made flavored breads by adding sliced kalamata olives, leeks or chipotles to the dry prior to adding water. I have the Cuisinart with a dough speed on it as well as a dough blade. I don't know if that makes any difference.

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Old 12-12-2006, 07:18 PM   #6
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JDP..Yes it does make a difference. A small one. Combined temperatures of the water and flour give a base temperature of 130 F if using a Cusinart or KitchenAid or 150 F if using a Braun. A rule if you want a HARD crust bake at
425 for first 15 minutes. Then lower to 400 and cook for another 15 minutes.

Sweet Breads can be made in the Food Processor also. In fact ANY yeast
recipe you have. A sweet dough should be baked at a lower temp 350

1. Use the food processor fitted with the metal blade to mix and knead dough
2. Be precise in measuring all ingredients.

3. Use instant yeast for ease of handling and superb results.

4. The temperature of the water is lukewarm not ice cold. The water temp must be calculated based on the temp of the flour being used. Use the 130 and the 75 - 80 for the processed dough. That is the magic for mixing dough in the food processor.
5. Mix the dough for 45 sec. This short mixing time is designed not to overmix the dough.
6. Careful measurements of the finished dough temperature ensures excellent result. An instant-read thermometer is one of the baker's better friends.
7.Time equals taste or fermentation equals flavor. Learn to understand the desirability of a lengthy,rise to produce flavorful breads.
8.Bake at the recommended oven temp and steam the oven to create crackling crust on breads.

Making your own bread is easy with the food processor.
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Aria do you have any sweet bread recipes? I have never been a baker but now it is kind of fun.

Merry Christmas,

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Old 12-13-2006, 03:54 PM   #8
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JDP..This is a Sweet Dough and with this recipe you can make 2 large rings.
And would be super for Holiday. Made into a Wreath Shape:
1 1/2 cup milk 3/4 cup sugar 3 packs instant yeast 1 1/2 tsp salt
3eggs 3/4 cup shortening 7 1/2 cups flour. I usually make 1/2 the recipe(fits better in the Cusinart Processor) . Follow the usual processor procedure. After rise time in ungreased bowl covered with plastic wrap. Roll 9 x 18 sprinkle 1/2 cup sugar 2 tsp cinnamon 2 tsp butter. Roll like a jelly roll. Place on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. Cut with a scissors almost through..and twist each cut section. You can create your own twist. May take 30 minutes to rise. Bake 375 20-30 minutes. When cool decorate: confection sugar l cup with 4tsp water and little lemon juice...to make icing. Place marachino cherries and walnuts on top.
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JDP..Sweet Dough Cinnamon Buns 2 cups milk 3 packs instant yeast
1 tablespoons sugar 6 tablespoons canola oil 2 eggs 7 cups of flour
Do the food processor procedure. (DOUGH SHOULD NOT BE STICKY).
Cut dough in half
Roll rectangle 1/4 inch think
Spread with 6 tablespoons butter or margarine
1 cup brown sugar
1 cup raisins
Roll like a jelly roll. Make cuts one inch thick..with string
Place close together in pan. Let rise. Bake 375 about 20 minutes
Make icing l cup confectionery sugar 4 tsp milk or water and extract lemon or vanilla. Questions?
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Arai thank you and I can't wait to try both those recipes. Just a quick clarification. On the first recipe you put 3 packs instant yeast twice. I assume you accidently repeated that.

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