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How to add egg in eggless bread?

I saw a milk bread recipe but I want to add eggs in it because egg hepls in more leavening, gives richness and golden brown color to bread.
Here is the recipe:-
1 1/2 tsp Hovis Fast Action Bread Yeast
500g Hovis Super Strong White Bread Flour
1 tbsp sugar
25g butter
1 tsp salt
350ml milk

http://bakinginspiration...
I think in this recipe some steps are missing. As this calls for only one time time rise not 2nd rise.
Suggest me how can I add eggs in it and if this recipe has something wrong or not.

asked by Manisha Agrawal 6 months ago

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Stephanie B.
added 6 months ago

The recipe you posted just seems to have a single rise. If you want to add eggs to milk bread, why not use a recipe that has both milk and eggs, like this one: https://food52.com/recipes...
Another thing that might be useful is looking up other bread recipes, like brioche and challah, that use eggs to see when they are mixed into the dough.

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Manisha Agrawal
added 6 months ago

Thanks :-) what will be texture of final product?

Stephanie B.
added 6 months ago

I haven't made the bread in the link, but I've made both brioche and challah - they're fluffy and soft, like most enriched breads. But if you really want to know, try making one of these ;)

creamtea
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added 6 months ago

I agree with Stephanie B, why not follow a recipe for challah, which is developed to use eggs (although traditionally milk is not used in challah, more recent recipes sometimes call for milk).

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