14th October 2019
A home baked loaf is one of life's simple pleasures. With it's amazing smell warm from the oven, crusty outside and super softer inside, there really is nothing quite like it. Channel your inner Paul Hollywood and give this plaited loaf a go.
In this tutorial you can learn how to shape your loaf into a plait to really take your home baking to the next level. You can learn great tips like, why you shouldn't over prove your dough, how you can tell your dough is proved and why your dough sometimes tears.
This free tutorial from Pretty Witty Cakes will really help you improve your bread shaping skills! This is perfect for an autumnal lunch spread accompanying some warm soup.
We have so many recipes on the academy that we're sure you'll love! If you liked this bread shaping tutorial then have a look at this Basic Bread Dough Recipe from the Pretty Witty Academy, you can also have a look at our how tutorial all about to make and knead a basic bread dough.
Why not head on over to the Pretty Witty Academy to have a look at all our tutorials on bread baking and make you a master in bread! We also have lots of other bread recipes from Foccacia to Corn Bread so you can really expand your repertoire. So join the Academy today!
And once you've given them a go, come and join us over on the Pretty Witty Cakes Facebook group, where you can share your creations!
Over on the Pretty Witty Academy site we have nearly 1000 cake tutorials showing you everything from how to cover a cake with sugarpaste to fully advanced gravity defying cakes. We also have a huge business section for those wanting to run a cake business.
Why not check out some of these amazing cake tutorials. See more at Pretty Witty Academy.
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