How to Make Bread : Egg Wash Dough for Baking Homemade Bread
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How to Make Bread : Egg Wash Dough for Baking Homemade Bread

Hi I’m Karen for Expert Village our loaves
have definitely double in bulk they have been rising for about 1/2 hour. If you like to
have a nice shiny glaze on top of the loaf then I’m going to show you how to do a egg
wash just crack a egg into a bowl and just beat it with a fork until it’s nice nice and
smooth and just take a pastry brush mine is a cute little toothy brush and just brush
that loaf all over the top this would give it a nice glaze brown look. The other one
I’m going to leave not glaze you can see the difference when they are finish baking. Now
we are going to put these into the oven and it is best to put it in the center rack because
they would rise more in the oven and you want to make sure that there is room in the oven
to accommodate the loaves. I’m going to place the loaves in a center rack and plenty of
room to rise. We are going to bake these for about 30-45 minutes until they are nicely
brown and when tapped they sound hollow.

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16 thoughts on “How to Make Bread : Egg Wash Dough for Baking Homemade Bread

  1. oh i couldn't agree with you more!! its confusing and time consuming trying to figure out the order of all this.

  2. She never states what degree to bake the loaves at, but states for how long.

    I also have to agree with the unorganization of the videos. It would have been nice to at least them them numbered, if not in much longer segments. Ideally all one video for those who are trying to understand how to do this without a personal guide.

  3. But how much fllower and what kind and what other ingredients are used to make the dough. Ah! Thats my point How to make the dough.

  4. Try putting your video's in order…or here's a novel idea, MAKE ONE LONG VIDEO…No one want's to know just how to make an egg wash…all steps + 1 video = people like

  5. I am soo annoyed right now. I have been looking for the beggining video for breadmaking by Karen for about a week and to no avail. Can someone from expert village number these videos please. Thank you.

  6. She said to bake it for 30 to 45 min. That seemed like a rather big range. My bread turned out to have nice texture but the top isn't brown enough and I've used about 1/4 of the yeast specified and my bread still smelled strongly of yeast/alcohol/amino acids. Help!

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