Two years ago I started making bread at home, an activity that on a personal level I am passionate about and that in these days of quarantine has assumed special importance in the life of many Spanish homes.
Do you want to learn to make bread at home? There are many applications that will help us to make bread, helping us to perform the calculations, or offering us recipes. Making bread is much simpler than it seems, get the ingredients is very affordable, and the amount of available resources is immense.
Beyond the applications that we recommend in this article, you should take a look at our friends of Stoves, which these days have developed recipes outstanding ease to make sourdough and bread. Take a look at them sure that you will not regret it:
- Sourdough easy, yeast-home that you can do yourself.
- Bread recipe for those who have never made bread, with and without a Thermomix.
- Homemade bread made easy in 30 minutes, recipe for isolation for coronavirus.
Applications of recipes
Of all the applications of bread recipes we have tested, this is the one that we liked. The design is simple, it has bread recipes for all tastes and the recipes are very easy to read. Has a banner of advertising and once in a while we see a banner in full screen when you select a recipe.
Recipes bakery to make homemade bread and we liked also the cleanliness of the menu, the recipes, however, seems to us to be less recommended for the first application. The reason is that the menus until you get to each recipe are less care, while every time we open a recipe we will have an ad of 5 seconds, although taking into account that only open a prescription every time you go to make bread is also not a lot of discomfort.
The best utility: the percentage of the baker
The percentage of baker is a formula that is used to find the percentage of each ingredient we will need to make bread. The formula is extremely simple, although it does not hurt to have a calculator to hand as this application, introducing the bread we make will tell us how many grams we need of each thing.
This app also has a calculator of flour to calculate the force required, an extra very useful when you want to mix flours in a particular point.
Finally, Doughlator has a calculator percentages for each body type, in addition to give us instructions in the notes. A very simple tool and very useful, despite not being adapted to screens long (the same as the earlier application) is not something that would detract from utility.
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