Total TimePrep: 30 min. + rising Bake: 15 min.
Makes2 loaves (12 slices each)
Very nice flavor but didn't rise as I would like, and yeast was proofed.. may try again..
I have had many failings with making bread, but this turned out fabulous! I followed the directions to a t. My bread was a little flat with the second rise, but l took a scraper once it was on the greased baking sheet and reformed the bread. I live in Minnesota with below zero temps, so I followed the tip of boiling water underneath the bowl in my oven and it worked great to allow the bread to rise properly! Bread came out picture perfect and delicious!
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My first try at making bread. This recipe is easy, tasty with great texture. Glad it only Yields two loaves which is great for my husband and me. But after baking, loaves spread out and became kinda flat. Can anyone tell me what I might of done wrong since so many had good results.
I let the yeast rise for too long but it came out wonderfully. Thank you Denise! I've never tasted a French loaf, so this was great.
i made these into long grinder rolls .they were so good i baked them on parchment paper and didnt add the corn meal very easy to make i will be making them often
super easy! I am not sure why anyone would buy bread after making this recipe. It is too easy. Good flavor and slightly sweet.
This bread is so easy to make and very delicious! It has a great texture and is very light and soft. I did brush the loaves with a little egg white before baking. Thanks for sharing!
This bread is delicious. It is so easy. It is my new favorite!
Love this bread! Easy, and freezes wonderfully.