I don't much go in for bread that takes 4 days to bake, or trying to make healthy food when I'm baking (where the hell is the fun in that!?), and this is the simplest, most basic bread there is. You can make small loaves, but I prefer buns. I also like to make just enough bread to last us a couple of days, not more, because the fresher it is, the better it tastes.
Plain white buns (10)
- 250 ml skimmed milk (less fat helps the bread brown a bit in the oven)
- 25 grammes of melted butter
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 tablespoon sugar
- 6-700 ml plain white flour
- 25 grammes of yeast
2. Add salt and sugar, and stir. Add most of the flour and work the dough with a wooden spoon until smooth.
3. Let the dough rise under a tea towel for 30 minutes.
4. Form into small balls roughly the size of a clementine. There should be enough for about 10. Place on a non stick sheet on a baking plate.
5. Let them rest under the tea towel for another 15-20 minutes.
6. Bake in the middle of the oven on 240 degrees for 8-10 minutes.
All in all it's about 15 minutes of work, 1 hour of wait time where you can do other creative stuff. It's so worth it! Here's the result: