This is my sister-in-law's favorite bread. She almost gets giddy when I am serving it. So, naturally I try to make it lots and lots for her. Not because I love her, although I really do, but because she is 5 ft 6 and about 101 pounds. It's sick really. I think it took her all of 38 minutes to lose her baby weight. So, she may think I am all loving and stuff, but in reality I am just trying to stuff her full of carbs in an effort to bust the buttons on those skinny jeans.
She doesn't read the blog, so please, no one fill her in:).
On to the bread. Just a reminder, American flour is
weird different than Canadian, so this may not be as amazing in the home of the brave as it is here.
1 1/4 cups water
1 tbsp sugar
1 tsp salt
3 cups flour
2 tsp yeast
Measure ingredients in order into bread machine. Put on dough setting. When cycle is complete, form into two baguettes or one larger loaf of french bread and place on a greased cookie sheet. Let dough rise till doubled about 30 minutes. Cut several diagonal slashes into the bread and bake at 375 for 3--40 minutes.
Than feed it to unsuspecting skinny people.