With ten speeds, i can use this mixer for a wide variety of jobs. Repeat over and over for a total of 5 rests and 5 kneads.
Dissolve the yeast in the 1.5 cups of warm water in the warmed bowl, whisking a bit with a fork or small whisk to help it along.
Making french bread with kitchenaid mixer. #frenchbread #freshbread #bread #kitchenaid #french recipe by rose bakes 692 Set that off to the side for 5 minutes. If you knead too long, the dough will start to climb up the c shaped dough hook.
After making the dough (which i do in my kitchenaid stand mixer using the dough hook), you let the dough rest and rise for 10 minutes. I love making bread of all kinds, but this french bread recipe is one of my absolute favorites. Many people are amazed to learn that:
If using my mixer with dough hook, i also knead. Down below is a typical formula for a french bread. You could totally make this recipe in your mixer if you have something like a kitchenaid mixer or bosch.
Step 3 add the butter and salt to the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the dough hook. Then you knead it (i just turn my mixer on for a minute). Then you let it rest and rise again for 10 minutes.
Knead the dough on a lightly floured surface for up to 10 minutes until smooth and elastic. If for example you use 500 grams of flour. In a medium bowl combine the flour with kosher salt.
Making bread in a kitchenaid ® stand mixer is very efficient. And man, am i glad i did! Add enough water and mix to form a soft dough.
One night i just rolled up my sleeves and decided to go for it. Follow these steps to make the best french bread: With this kind of power, it’ll have no problem handling heavy batches of thick bread dough and big batches of cookie dough.
Rinse your mixing bowl in hot water and dry completely to warm it. You may have to adapt your favorite recipes and cut the kneading time significantly. Attach the bowl and the dough hook to the mixer, making sure you lock the head in place.
However, i’ve found that i prefer making. Attach the sifter + scale attachment to the stand mixer and sift the flour on speed 4. The kitchenaid book came with an easy enough recipe but it didn’t have any pictures.
Swirl it around a bit and then dump out. Add the lukewarm milk mixture and 4.5 cups of the flour. Dissolve the sugar and yeast in the 2 1/2 cups warm water in the bowl.
The process is pretty simple.