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Making different types of breads

Updated on April 27, 2015

The making breads


Milk bread recipe

Making Milk bread


30 grams yeast

1.25 kilograms maida flour

2 tablespoon sugar

2 teaspoon white salt powder

250 ml litres milk

Food preparing-

Both Sift flour and salt together and put them in a big bowel, making a well in the center. In an another bowl put in the sugar and yeast and then stir in about one by third of the quality of the maida flour and stir to make a thin better.

Sprinkle a handful of dry flour over the mixture and cover bowl with a white clean cloth. Allow to stand till the yeast works through the better and it turns bubbly well. Next, mix in the flour from the sides and knead into dough, adding the remaining warmed milk. Knead well for ten minutes and keep aside and allow rising in a warm place for about one and half hours. Knead again put in to loaf tins and bake for about one and half hours in a hot oven till baked.

The bread items


Type-Lebanese brown bread

Food process


  1. One Kilogram (Atta) wheat flour
  2. Two eggs (well beaten)
  3. One cup (seera) molasses
  4. One litre curd
  5. Six teaspoons soda
  6. 2 teaspoon salt powder

Sift the flour and keep aside. Combine the rest of the ingredients in a large bowl in the order given, and mix well and well. After add the flour and blend thoroughly. Leave to stand for six minutes. Grease 2 large bread pieces baking tins. And fill with the bead mixture till half full.

Then, bake in a moderate oven heat 350 foreign heat degrees for one hour. And next cool and turn out.

The bread food


The coconut bun


Coconut bun recipe

Preparation method

a) 250 grams wheat flour Atta

b) 15 grams yeast

c) Two eggs

d) One teaspoon sugar

e) 1/ 4 kilograms butter

f) 1/ 4 kilograms shredded coconut

g) One teaspoon salt powder

h) A little milk

Sift the flour. Dissolve the yeast in a little warm water and add to the flour. Leave overnight to rise.

Then, in the next day, add eggs, milk, coconut, sugar and salt. Mix well and knead thoroughly to form stiff dough. Leave to rise till double in bilk. Then rub well in the butter and allow rising again. When light, shape into buns in baking tins and again, set aside to rise.

Bake in a moderate oven till brown colour on top-about twenty minutes. While still ho, brush top crusts with a little sweet honey.


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      madugundu krishna 2 years ago from Yemmiganur

      it is very tasty food

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      thehemu 6 years ago from New Delhi, India

      love to try. lol.