Wright's Mixed Grain Bread Mix Reviews
Product Type: Wrights Baking & Ingredients
Description:Brand: Wrights / Type: Mix
Newest Review: ... will bake one loaf of bread so is cheaper than many ready baked breads but of course you could probably make a similar loaf ... more
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Wright's Baking Mixed Grain Bread Mix 500G
For machine or hand baking Simply add water Suitable for vegetari ...
Last Update 08.12.2013 23:32
by - written on 08/02/10 (Very useful, 101 readings)
I really like the idea of being a domestic goddess and baking my own bread but I'm rather lazy and unmotivated so never get round to it. Bread kits are an easy way to get the delights of home baked bread without all the hassle of weighing and measuring, you simply add some water to the mix and after mixing and kneading and rising stick it in the oven and out comes a loaf of lovely warm bread. Wright's mixed grain bread mix costs around 80p for a pack which will bake one loaf of bread so is cheaper than many ready baked breads but of course you could probably make a similar loaf yourself for less. It is handy to stick in the cupboard for any times that you run ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/10/09 (Very useful, 73 readings)
If you enjoy making bread then this product really is worth a try, a great quick fix that can get you fresh bread within the hour. I had used the Wright's Cheese and Onion bread mix and was very impressed with the results and decided that now was the time to try a wholegrain loaf, something that I normally shy away from, especialy when using a breadmaker (adding the seeds can jus be a little bit too much hassle, even with a machine that automatically tips them in!) Breadmaker: As with the other Wright's mixes all that is needed is to add lukewarm water to volume of mix you require and leave the mixer to run. I found that the loaf produced by ... Read the complete review
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