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How to Make Biscuits in a Bread Machine
Whether you believe it or not, the concept of using a bread machine to make biscuits is a little deceptive. While the bread machine takes care of the mixing, the biscuits must still be baked in the oven. Despite the somewhat misguided concept, using a bread machine to make biscuits can significantly cut down on kitchen time. By attempting it, you can demonstrate it to yourself! All ingredients should be combined in the bread machine's bin. After adding the dry ingredients, add the liquid ingredients. - On the machine, select the dough setting and allow the dough to mix and process. - Remove the dough from the bread machine once the dough setting is complete and place it on a floured surface. - Roll the dough out on a floured surface until it is approximately ½ inch thick. - Cut your biscuits into circular shapes using a circular cookie cutter. - Grease a cookie sheet and line it with the cut biscuits. - Allow the sheet to sit for at least an hour or until the biscuits have doubled in size. - Arrange the biscuit tray on the middle rack of the oven. Ascertain that the stove is ROOM TEMPERATURE. - Preheat oven to 425°F and bake the biscuits for approximately 15–20 minutes. - Remove the biscuits carefully from the oven, allow them to cool slightly to prevent self-burning, and serve them warm! Tip Pre-heating the oven prior to inserting the tray is not necessary. Warning Always wear protective gear such as oven mitts or potholders when removing trays or pans from a hot oven. See more: https://jodysbakery.com/ Best horizontal bread machine Baking cake in Bread machine Best bread machine for pizza dough
How to Make Bread with Self-Rising Flour in a Bread Machine
Salt, flour, and a leavening agent are combined to make self-rising flour. While self-rising flour is not traditionally used in conjunction with bread machines, it can be used as a substitute for bread flour. Because self-rising flour contains baking soda and salt, making bread in a bread machine differs slightly. It also does not stand up to the rigorous kneading produced by a bread machine, nor does bread flour. Therefore, if you must use self-rising flour in a bread machine, you must make several changes to the standard bread-making process. First, combine all of the liquids in the bread machine pan. The order of the ingredients is critical in order to keep them inert before mixing begins. To combine effectively with the yeast, the liquids should be at room temperature. Fill the bread machine halfway with self-rising flour. Add small amounts of self-rising flour at a time to form a powder layer on top of the liquid. Continue to add the self-rising flour until the recipe's amount is reached. Combine the remaining dry ingredients and seasonings in a mixing bowl. The specific ingredients added to the mixture are determined by the bread recipe. Because self-rising flour already has a high salt content, cut your recipe's salt intake in half. In the center of the self-rising flour, make a well or indentation. Fill the center of the well with yeast. This shields the yeast from contact with the liquids. When the liquids and yeast come into contact prior to mixing, the yeast becomes active and causes a mess in the machine. Snap the bread machine pan into the bread machine's proper position. Choose the bread cycle you want to use for your recipe. Set your bread machine's timer according to the bread recipe. To begin the bread-making process, press the start button. Tip The type of flour used in the bread machine affects the texture of the bread. This is because the amount of protein in each bread type varies. Bread flour is best used in a bread machine because it contains a lot of protein, which helps the bread rise and has a good texture. See more: https://jodysbakery.com/ Sourdough Bread in Bread Machine Best bread machine for Artisan bread Pizza dough recipe for bread machine
Red Velvet Goes Naked
You can call this a Valentine wedding cake or simply the best vision of red velvet gone naked that you will ever see! Photographed by Cape Town and destination wedding photographer, Jilda G, you can see just how visionary this cake really is! You've got the hot naked cake trend happening, plus the bliss of all that rich decadent red velvet cake that's been iced with just-as-epic cream cheese frosting! OH MY!!!!! Keep scrolling to see Alton Brown's FIVE STAR recipe via Food Network! Ingredients 13 1/2 ounces powdered sugar 12 ounces cream cheese, room temperature 3 ounces unsalted butter, room temperature 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract Pinch kosher salt Directions Using a stand mixer, combine the cream cheese and butter on medium speed, just until blended. Add the vanilla and salt and continue beating. On low speed, add the powdered sugar in four batches, beating until smooth. Refrigerate for 5 to 10 minutes before using. Recipe courtesy of Alton Brown, 2011, via Food Network Not feeling cake for your wedding (or for Valentine's Day)? Then make something just as magical: Red Velvet Cheesecake Cookies! This comes from a fellow Vingler, @popcoco98. Click here to be directed to the recipe automatically! For all my beauty queens out there, I'd like you to take a break from the makeup (for just a second) and get hyped for these babies. Tagging you because there is a STRONG correlation between loving makeup and loving red velvet treats. LOL @jordanhamilton @kaminisingh @TessStevens @mikayla @ChelseaHeyes @QueenYuki @KyotieWolf @Donnas @ImUrBestFriend @galinda @Bekka @RaquelArredondo @jazziejazz @rmayra1 @prgurl4u2envy @DemiP @alannasofia
Faking It On Valentine's Day
Here's a really cool idea for Valentine's Day: FAKE IT! For real! Guys can be either really lazy about V-Day or over-think it and determine to learn new skills, such as cooking, on one of the biggest hyped calendar dates in the year, February 14th. That's probably not the best approach to making the date night more than being memorable for being bad. Instead of trying to bake a cake or cookies, or dare yourself into making fudge, you could avoid a messy crisis and make your own Chocolate Dipped Strawberries. TRUST ME, IT'S EASY! You Will Need: Strawberries (washed and thoroughly dried) Candy Melts (pink and white) Chocolate chips (semi-sweet is best) Edible gold Edible glitter Edible embellishments (there's time to order from Amazon) Directions Melt the Candy Melts and chocolate (according to the package) in their own container/bowl. Dip strawberries into desired bowl and set aside. Drizzle a different color "melt" onto the dipped strawberries. Also, redip the strawberries in another "melt" at the tip and immediately dredge in edible glitter. Set these in a tray in the fridge and take out to de-chill a few moments before eating. These are fruity, gently sweetened with the chocolate and melts, and will look AMAZING with the edible embellishments! Who is going to do this for their Special Valentine!?!?!?! @InPlainSight @BeannachtOreibh @nicolejb @ChriSingularis @ButterflyBlu @Arellano1052 @alywoah @AkashBhojraj @jordanhamilton @MichelleHolly @caricakes @marshalledgar @VeronicaArtino @TessStevens @shannonl5 @NerukaWong @humairaa @buddyesd @TerrecaRiley @danidee @BluBear07 @thePinkPrincess @EasternShell @seouls @matildajgarrett @RobertMarsh @1FallenAngel @alyssastano @Adrienpie @RaquelArredondo @Luci546 @BivianaaChavez @Lushisushi @Danse @DeepakAswal @luna1171 @JPBenedetto @deefran @RogueLeigh @myguardian @Gacrus @MissB82 @Lizzeh @Kyokeo @Emealia @paulisadroid @ShinigamiSan @CurrySoop @baileykayleen @DestinaByrd @ChelseaAustin @xojuliettexox @netchtiBates @aabxo @KellyOConnor @Kamiamon @parktaemi @arnelli @NickySerban @visions2020 @JimTurpen @PrinceCampbell @2Distracted @Dynamo @VKookie47 @medley24 @ZackMcLaughlin @MoisEsGaray @KeziahWright @pppfittu13 @washmydishes @eoin8899 @amobigbang @LAVONYORK @orenshani7 @Alletaire @funnella @DamariusKelley @MariPili @InspirationalMe @Beeplzzz @SamratGolhar @MajahnNelson @hikaymm @AnimeLove300 @SeoInHan @TensaZangetsu98 @carmaa10 @cindystran @AshelyJewell @MaighdlinS @JamiMilsap @xDaisyDaysx @IMDEEPINIT @LisaMarissa @Emmeronsage @LemarDeco @Ash1998 @LessThanThree @TracyLynnn @KaiTakashima @saraortiz2002 @Zxenna @MelissaMae @atmi @Helixx @VanessaSimmons @JessicaChaney @mArshadKhan @MarvelTrashcan @MarkoKaRiambo @VarunNambiar
Using a Stand Mixer to Knead Bread Dough
Allow your stand mixer to do the heavy lifting for you and knead your way to smooth, perfectly elastic dough without breaking a sweat. While hand kneading can be relaxing for some cooks, it is also time consuming and repetitive, taking two to four minutes longer than mixing. All bread dough, it turns out, can be kneaded in a mixer. It is especially well-suited for kneading sticky doughs such as Ciabatta, a wet dough that can be challenging to work with by hand without making a mess. All stand mixers are not created equal when it comes to kneading dough. According to Lauren Chattman, author of Bread Making: Crafting the Perfect Loaf from Crust to Crumb, when lightweight machines are used for heavy duty tasks, the motor quickly burns out. While using a dough hook is necessary for kneading the dough, you may want to mix the ingredients first with a spatula or regular beaters to ensure everything is incorporated. Consumer Reports recommends a heavy-duty mixer that rotates the bowl while mixing. The basic process is the same regardless of how you knead it. Collect and weigh your ingredients, combine them, knead the dough, and set it aside to rise. Certain recipes call for adding warm water to the mixer bowl and sprinkling the yeast on top, then allowing it to sit until the yeast dissolves. Other recipes, such as Fleischmann's, instruct you to combine flour, salt, sugar, and undissolved yeast in a bowl before gradually adding a warm milk, water, and butter mixture. Combine the ingredients in the order specified in the recipe, scraping the sides of the bowl occasionally. Continue mixing until a shaggy dough forms — at that point, you can begin kneading. This is a critical step in the preparation of many types of dough, as the gentle, constant work assists in the development of the proteins that give the bread its structure. Ascertain that the mixer's dough hook is attached and set the mixer to medium-low speed for eight to ten minutes. If you're working with a wet dough, you may need to increase the speed. See more: https://jodysbakery.com/ Best Affordable Stand Mixer 10 Best bread makers 2021 5 Best Cheap Bread Makers Review 2021 Best bread baking supplies every home baker needs
How to Make a Cake in a Bread Machine
A bread machine does not only have to bake bread. Use it for mixing and baking your homemade cakes. Cakes are the same as quick breads, as they use baking soda or baking powder for leavening instead of yeast.Depending on your machine, use either the quick bread or the bake-only setting. The quick bread setting skips the rising step needed for yeast breads, and the bake-only setting will require that you mix the ingredients together before adding them to the machine. Whichever you choose, the bread machine will let you bake your cake without your oven. Make a Cake With Quick Bread or Cake Cycle - Combine the boxed cake mix, eggs and oil in the kneading bucket of the bread machine. - Plug in the bread machine and press the "Quick Bread" or "Cake" button and the "Light Crust" setting. This setting mixes and bakes the ingredients and differs from bake-only functions. - Push the "Start" button to begin mixing. - Press "Pause" when the bread maker finishes mixing the ingredients. - Open the lid of the bread maker and stir the ingredients more with a rubber spatula if it does not resemble a smooth cake batter. - Pull the kneading paddle out of the pan with kitchen tongs. - Close the lid and restart the machine. - Allow the bread machine to complete the baking cycle. Insert a skewer into the center of the cake and remove it from the machine if the skewer comes out from the cake clean.- Cool the cake in the baking pan for 10 minutes before turning upside down on a cooling rack. Make Cake with a Bake-Only Function - Mix the cake mix, eggs and oil by hand with a hand mixer, stand mixer or a spoon until smooth. - Remove the kneading paddle from the bread bucket and pour the cake batter in. - Lower the bread bucket into the bread machine and set it for the "Bake-Only" cycle and the "Light Crust" setting. - Wait for the baking cycle to complete. The machine will beep. Test the cake by inserting a long skewer into the middle. Remove the bread bucket from the bread machine when the tested skewer comes out without crumbs. - Place the bread bucket on a cooling rack for 10 minutes for the cake to cool inside the pan. Turn the bread bucket upside down over the cake cooling rack and remove to unmold the cake. Let the cake finish cooling on the cake rack until completely cooled before serving or decorating. See more: https://jodysbakery.com/ Sourdough Bread in Bread Machine Best bread machine for Artisan bread Pizza dough recipe for bread machine Reference:https://www.leaf.tv/articles/how-to-make-a-cake-in-a-bread-machine/
How to Use a Bread Machine to Make Biscuits
Whether you believe it or not, the concept of making biscuits in a bread machine is a little deceptive. While the bread machine automates the mixing process, the biscuits must still be baked in the oven. Despite the somewhat misguided concept, using a bread machine to make biscuits can significantly reduce the time spent in the kitchen. Prove it to yourself by attempting it! Combine all ingredients in the bread machine's bin. The dry ingredients should be added first, followed by the liquid ingredients. Select the dough setting on the machine and allow the dough to mix and process. After the dough setting is complete, remove the dough from the bread machine and place it on a floured surface. On a floured surface, roll the dough until it is approximately ½ inch thick. Cut your biscuits with a circular cookie cutter. Grease a cookie sheet and arrange the cut biscuits on it. Allow the sheet to sit until the biscuits have doubled in size. Arrange the biscuit tray in the oven's middle rack. Ascertain that the stove is COLD. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F and bake the biscuits for about 15 to 20 minutes. Remove the biscuits from the oven carefully, allow them to cool slightly to avoid self-burning, and serve them while still warm! Tip Avoid preheating the oven before inserting the tray. Warning When removing trays or pans from a hot oven, always wear protective gear such as oven mitts or potholders. See more: Sourdough Bread in Bread Machine Baking cake in Bread machine Pizza dough recipe for bread machine
Using Frozen Bread Dough to Make Monkey Bread
While cinnamon rolls are an almost irresistible treat, they do require a significant amount of time and effort. Monkey bread achieves the same flavors with significantly less time and effort, making it an ideal anytime treat when you're craving something freshly baked and sugary. This monkey bread recipe makes the most of frozen bread dough and adds caramel sauce to make the finished product even more delectably addictive. Total Time: 60–70 minutes | Prep Time: ten minutes | Serves: twelve to sixteen Ingredients: - 2 loaves (each weighing 1 pound) frozen bread dough, thawed - 1/2 cup melted butter, plus additional for the pan - 1/2 cup tightly packed brown sugar - 1/4 cup sugar, granulated - 2 tsp. cinnamon powder - 1/2 cup caramel ice cream topping, or any other type of caramel sauce Directions: - Coat the inside of a large Bundt pan or tube pan with melted butter using a pastry brush. Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. - Each loaf of dough should be cut into 20 to 24 small balls. In a large mixing bowl, combine the melted butter and dough balls. Toss until they are coated evenly with butter. - In a small bowl, combine the sugars and cinnamon; sprinkle over the dough balls and toss again. Finally, drizzle the caramel syrup over the balls and toss once more. - Layer the dough balls in your tube pan. Allow the dough to rise for 30 to 40 minutes in a warm place, or until it has roughly doubled in size. - Bake for 25–30 minutes, or until the monkey bread is golden brown and firm to the touch. Remove the pan from the oven and place it on a cooling rack to cool. Allow the bread to rest in the pan for 2–3 minutes before turning it over and tipping it onto a serving plate. Serve immediately after it has cooled sufficiently to avoid burning those tiny monkey fingers. Tip - If desired, glaze the warm monkey bread with a simple flat icing made with milk and powdered sugar, whisked together, or with regular vanilla icing from the supermarket, gently warmed in the microwave until barely pourable. - To further kid-proof the monkey bread, scatter a handful of chocolate chips and mini-marshmallows between the layers. - Spread coarsely chopped walnuts or pecans between the dough balls for a more adult version. See more: https://jodysbakery.com/ Best bread machine for Artisan bread Best bread baking supplies every home baker needs