How to Get Bread to Come Out Even

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There are several steps that can be taken to make sure your bread comes out even, including forming your dough uniformly. Make sure your bread comes out even with advice from a cooking business owner in this free video on bread.

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Hi I'm Sue Walker and I'm going to show you how to get bread to come out even. To get your bread to come out even, there are some steps you can take. First of all, when you form your loaves, you'll want to make sure that you form them in a very uniform shape. Take your bread pan and spray it with cooking spray, some kind of a baking spray, and then you take your dough and you divide it into either two or three sections, depending on if you want large loaves or small loaves. Using your hands, you take the dough and you form it into a long roll to fit the pan. After you have formed your loaves, you will let rise until it is double or into the shape you want. After it's risen, you take a toothpick and very gently poke a few holes down the middle of the bread. Make sure that the holes are only one-fourth inch deep because you don't want to punch the bread down again. This will help vent the bread so that you won't get air bubbles. Make sure the pans are on the middle rack and you want to bake them for approximately thirty minutes or until golden brown on top. Take your bread out of the oven and let it set for about one minute, and once you have the bread out you'll want to brush the top with a little butter. Let the bread completely cool before you cut it, and that is how to get bread to come out even.


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