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pellmell Thu 16-Jul-09 20:22:12

do you do this and how far in advance do you make the dough?
Please can you share your recipe too grin

IotasCat Thu 16-Jul-09 20:30:26

We do it often. We make it just before we use it takes 45 mins.

Can't give you the recipe as it's dh's job smile

pellmell Thu 16-Jul-09 20:35:38

will he be mumsnetting any time soon? wink

popmum Thu 16-Jul-09 20:39:42

it's yum! Supposed to leave to rise in a warm place after mixig but I just leave mine in the bread maker and it rises there

Sam100 Thu 16-Jul-09 20:45:14

I have put on at lunchtime before so would be ready when got back for tea.

Recipe is:

Water 1 cup
Butter (melted) 1 tbsp (i often use 1 tbsp olive oil instead)
Sugar 2 tbsp
Salt 1 tsp
Strong white bread flour 2 3/4 cups
Fast action yeast 1 tsp

Dough setting - knead 20 mins, Rise 30 mins, punches Rise 40 mins (1 hr 30 mins)

A cup is american standard 8 fl oz.

kathyis6incheshigh Thu 16-Jul-09 20:51:46

I have come to the conclusion that whatever recipe I use (eg breadmaker book recipe, random dough recipe, Jamie Oliver pizza dough recipe) and whatever setting (2.20 hr dough setting or 45 min pizza dough setting) it ends up nice.
The one thing that does make a difference is mixing in another type of flour - either semolina flour (100g to 400g strong white) or rye flour (a couple of handfuls).
I like it best with less sugar, because I would rather have a dough that was less risen than one that tastes too sweet.

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