HOW TO MAKE SWEET BREAD AMISH STYLE
White Amish bread is a simple, soft sandwich loaf that doesn’t crumble when cut. The smooth texture and subtle sweetness of this treat make it a favorite among children. Freezes well. This is a simple recipe that’s great for beginners, and it’s received millions of positive reviews from satisfied bakers.
If you are seeking a handmade version of Wonder Bread, you should certainly give this traditional Amish white bread a try! It has a little sweetness to it, and when I say “a hint,” I’m referring to the delicious warm dinner rolls that are served at Logan’s Roadhouse or the Hawaiian rolls.
Bread flour is recommended for use in this recipe; however, you are welcome to use all-purpose flour in its place. Be aware that the texture could be a little bit thicker, and that the loaf might not rise as much as it normally would.
If you are using all-purpose flour and you have some wheat gluten lying around, you may substitute 1 tablespoon of flour for 1 tablespoon of gluten for every cup of flour that you use. This will give the sweet white bread the rise and fluffiness that you’re searching for by adding that ingredient.
THE INGREDIENTS LIST:
1 Cup.Of warm water at 110 degrees F.
1 Cup.Of whole milk at 110 degrees F.
⅔ Cup.Of sugar.
1½ Tbsp.Of active dry yeast.
1½ Tsp.Of salt.
¼ Cup.Of vegetable oil.
5½ Cups.Of bread flour.
2 Tbsp.Of melted butter.
In a large bowl, dissolve the sugar by mixing it with warm water and milk. Stir in the yeast with a whisk. Let the yeast mixture sit undisturbed for five to ten minutes, or until it begins to froth.
Mix in one cup of the flour while stirring. Mix in the salt and oil with a whisk. While the mixer is running, add the remaining flour one cup at a time. Continue doing this until the dough begins to pull away from the bowl.