So i finally figured out how to use the Bread maker. And what can i say apart from, I had the best breakfast. Warm Brioche, sweet raspberry tip jam, and butter with a nice tea. It was heavenly and delicious and satisfying. Its so silly, the pleasure you get from making something at home, but I would not change that for the world. I always liked to make my own things even when i was younger. Be it a cushion case, a pencil case, a shcool bag, making things my own.
Knowing whats inside my food, rather than buying everything with so many additives in them.
I never really understood why they use so much rubbish in foods these days. Even bread. You go and buy a loaf, and then check the back for ingrediants, and the list is longer than your leg. There are so many unneccesary things put in, it just does not feel natural anymore.
Im not sure if you are the same as me but isnt it nice to know? And to be able to have the choice to make your own?
So i tried this recipe just before going to bed last night, and left it to cook over night to be ready by morning, and it worked. It tasted delicous, the texture was light and fluffy and the combination with the jam and butter just made it perfect. It was the best breaskfast i have had in a long time.
Bread machines are so popular these days as it costs so little money to make your own in the long run. They vary from around £40 to £140, and if you can find the one that suits you best, definitely get one. Its cost you around 40p worth of ingrediants per bread, which is so much better than the supermarket. And you know whats going in it, unless you start adding very expensive ingrediants, of which i cant think of any rigfht now. Even so, making your own bread is cost effective, satisfying and tasty.
Lets start baking!!!!