Soft, pillowy, and served hot are the only imperatives of good Southern yeast bread recipes.
Although yeast bread recipes take a pinch more patience than quick breads, nothing tastes quite as comforting or makes the
kitchen smell more inviting.
Baking in a cold kitchen? Turn your microwave into a proof box: Heat 2 cups water in a glass measuring cup for 4 minutes. Move water to back of microwave. Set dough, covered in a bowl, in the center. Shut the door (with microwave off); let rise.
Lunchtime will get a whole lot tastier when sandwiches are made with slices of perfectly soft Potato Loaves.
This versatile dinner-table staple pulls double duty as a sandwich loaf.
Be sure the oat mixture has cooled before mixing with the yeast.
This top-rated bread has a tender crumb and soft crust. Slice and spread with butter for your favorite meal.
This from-scratch recipe is suited for any level of cook—even first timers.
Tip: Brush unbaked rolls with lightly beaten egg white and sprinkle with sesame seeds, poppy seeds, and fennel seeds. Or, brush unbaked rolls with melted butter; sprinkle with Parmesan cheese, kosher salt, coarsely ground pepper, and dried Italian seasoning.
This makes two gorgeous loaves for breakfast, tea, or coffee. Keep one, and share the other.