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Cooking With Teenager: Raisins Bread

It’s been two years we lived in this coastal remote area, there is one daily necessity we didn’t get: bread! In our home town, the bread seller came through the front of our house every morning, we only have to call them and then we've got bread for breakfast. Nowadays, there is not a single store here that regularly sells bread, some shops do sell bread they get from the town, but the bread is contains many preservatives, it is not good for our health.
Baking our own bread is the only choice. But without bread maker tools, the process will be very tiring. Bread mixer and bread maker are two tools that we can use. But I choose bread maker rather than the mixer.

Cooking with teenager: raisins bread, super easy with bread maker

Days ago we bought a bread maker, so that the needs of bread can be more fulfilled. And it turns out right, making bread with bread maker is so easy! Event my son like to help bake a bread. So, this is the bread that he first baked: raisins bread!
Of course, my kitchen was so messy! Flour and sugar everywhere, because during the process he joked with his father. But that is a part of the fun learning process! It will make cooking more fun. After completing with all the ingredients, my son must clean the kitchen as a lesson on responsibility. My tips for the fastest way to clean up flour is to use a vacuum cleaner! Lol!
Here's the recipe of raisins bread:
250 ml egg + water
1.5 tablespoon butter
¾ teaspoon salt
⅙ cup sugar
½ cup milk powder
400 gr flour
1 teaspoon yeast
1 tablespoon honey
¼ cup raisins
Put all the ingredients into the bread maker's baking pan in sequence except the raisins. Then insert the baking pan into the bread maker, setting menu according to the menu to make basic bread. Wait while the bread maker kneads the dough. If you hear "bip bip" put in the raisins.
Then wait until done, about 3 hours. If the bread is done take out of the baking pan then cut into pieces.


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0 #16 Mardene R Carr 2017-05-22 10:33
I believe every teenager needs to know how to prepare at least one meal. It helps when they are on their own
0 #15 Blair villanueva 2017-05-22 10:15
The bread turns out to be bouncy which indicates its freshness and well baked. DELICIOUS!
0 #14 Jason 2017-05-22 09:07
Such a great recipe! I will try it very soon. And the bread looks great with a lovely texture
0 #13 Jason 2017-05-22 09:00
It is amazing that how easily the bread can be made. And the information on the store bought bread to contain preservative was worth it. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
0 #12 Andrea 2017-05-22 04:56
Yum! It has been too long since I've had raising bread, but this looks amazing! My kiddos aren't teenagers yet, but I feel certain they would love this bread!
0 #11 Wildish Jess 2017-05-22 04:43
I'm not a fan of raisins. I am a fan of homemade bread though! Yum!
0 #10 Josselyn Radillo 2017-05-21 00:53
that great that you are teaching the teen to cook and great recipes 8)
0 #9 Leigh Anne Borders 2017-05-20 15:40
My grandmother used to make this for us when we were kids. I certainly need to do this with my own.
0 #8 Khushboo 2017-05-20 02:56
I love raisins but somehow I have never eaten raisin bread! I am going to try this recipe this Sunday :)
0 #7 Echo 2017-05-19 22:52
This is so much fun! I love that you are teaching your kids life skills like cooking. It is so important!

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