Bread machines are a great way to improve your food storage and cooking skills, and they’re cheap.
You can pick up a few for $200, and there’s a lot of options.
This tutorial covers making one at home.
Here’s how to do it.
Step 1: Start by making your own dough and dough mix.
I use a loaf pan and a dough mat.
Make sure you have a nice dough on hand and an open bowl or cup.
Step 2: Mix the dough with water and mix the flour.
Step 3: Add the yeast and let it ferment for about a minute.
Step 4: You can now use your bread machine to make breads.
I have made a few at home with the dough mat and a baking sheet, but if you don’t have one, you can also buy them online.
If you don, make sure to get the plastic ones from Walmart.
Step 5: Now, you need to make the dough.
You need a nice, round loaf pan or a loaf mat, and you need a bowl or a plastic cup.
I used a loaf that I had leftover from my first loaf-making attempt.
Step 6: Put the dough in the bowl and make sure the dough is all together.
You want it to be soft and stretchy, but not hard.
Step 7: Now you can roll the dough out into a rectangle about 1/2″ wide by 1″ deep.
This is where the bread machine should be.
It can be shaped like a triangle.
Step 8: Now take a knife and cut the dough into squares about 1″ by 1/4″ by 4″ or whatever you want.
It doesn’t matter which shape you use, just be sure to make sure you use the right shape.
Step 9: Roll the dough up a little bit to make a tube about 1.5″ wide.
If the dough looks too dry, cut it a little thinner.
Step 10: If the bread looks too wet, cut some more.
Step 11: Put it in the oven and bake it for about 40 minutes or until it’s browned.
It’s best to leave it in for at least a minute, but that doesn’t have to be the case.
It will take longer if it’s left to sit for longer.
Step 12: You’ll notice the bread is now a little greasy, and it’s a little hard to move.
Add a little more flour to make it less oily.
Step 13: Remove the bread from the oven.
You’ll have to do this a couple of times, but it will be worth it.
You’re ready to eat!
Step 14: Let the bread cool for a few minutes.
It should feel like it’s made out of a cake mix.
Step 15: While the bread has cooled, make the filling.
You may have to add a bit more flour if it turns out too dry.
Step 16: Add some more flour and the filling to the bread.
Step 17: Cover the bread with plastic wrap and refrigerate it.
It’ll be ready to use in about 15 minutes.
Step 18: Enjoy!