Amish Sandwich Bread Recipe

by Beth Montgomery on February 20, 2010 · 5 comments

in Bread & Grain Recipes, Frugal Cooking, Recipes

I love making homemade bread. It makes the entire home smell amazing, plus it’s so much better than anything you can get at the store.   And most importantly, it’s cheap!   However, I had so much trouble with sandwich bread.   Every recipe seemed to crumble and just not hold up to my sandwich expectations.

This recipe is for a sweet Amish bread that not only holds up, it’s so yummy!

- – Ingredients – -

  1. 3 cups Flour
  2. 1/2 cup Sugar
  3. 2 TBSP oil or melted butter
  4. 1 cup Hot Water
  5. 3/4 tsp Salt
  6. 1 TBSP Dry Yeast

- – Directions – -

  1. Add all ingredients to your bread maker according to it’s directions and start it up!

- – Centsible Cooking Tips & More – -

  1. Freezer Cooking: Place in a freezer bag and remove as much air as possible.   Thsi will keep in your freezer for up to 3 months.

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1 Beth Montgomery February 22, 2010 at 12:43 PM

I know (not that I inspire you, but that it takes 5 minutes, LOL)! It’s quick and it’s so delicious. Hope you like it.

But, I am glad I inspire you. I LOVE homemade breads. Soon, I’m going to show you how I turned this recipe into quick and easy homemade hot dog buns – so good!

2 Lori Chandler February 22, 2010 at 12:31 PM

You inspired me. I put some in the bread maker…took me all of five minutes. :)

3 Juana Guzman August 18, 2010 at 9:58 AM

I’m fairly new to your website and let me tell you I LOVE IT !!! I was wondering on your recipe for Amish Sandwich bread, you mention to put it in the bread maker. I don’t have a bread maker, could I do it in the oven? If so, what temp and for how long? Thank you and keep up the great work :)

4 Beth August 18, 2010 at 10:46 AM

Juana, you could. You’d have to knead the dough, then set it aside for about an hour to let it rise. Then, you’d have to knead it again and shape your loaf. Put it in your pan and let it rise for about 30 additional minutes (until it’s about 1 inch above the pan). Then cook it for 30 minutes at 350. This is a guess. You may have to alter this a bit. This is just about how my breadmaker does it.

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