Bread in Nigeria is a commodity that is highly consumed in Nigeria. Nigerians like bread because it’s serves the second option if they don’t want to prepare food or if they want to take something light.
Bread is very easy to produce and its materials can be found everywhere in the country, just go to your local markets and ask questions. You will surelals needed for bread production include;
- Oven (charcoal or gas or both)
- Baking pans
- Mixing bowl/machine
- Flexible/customized nylon (for packaging)
- Label (optional)
PRODUCTION PROCESSES FOR BREAD IN NIGERIA
|Warm water||4 cups|
STEPS TO PRODUCING BREAD IN NIGERIA
Step 1: Add salt to flour and rub in butter
Step 2: Mix with warm water, and then add sugar, oil, and yeast
Let this stay for 8 to 10 minutes. If your water is warm enough, within this time the content will look nice
Step 3: Add some more flour and knead it
Once it gets too tough to stir, flip it adding it onto a clean floured surface. Now, knead away, adding flour as you do so. Knead the dough for about 8 to 9 minutes to make the texture look okay.
Step 4: Put the dough back in the bowl and cover with a slightly damp white cloth or towel for at least 45 minutes or 1 hour.
Step 5: Let the dough will increase in size. You can take some rest at this time. The dough should have doubled its size by the time it is finished.
Step 6: Flip the dough back on the table. While on the table, knock it down and knead again, scale to the required sizes and put into pans.
Step 7: Cover up or put at a room temperature to rise. You will then give it about 1 hour to increase in size while you preheat the oven for baking.
Step 8: Put the dough in the oven and bake for about 25 minutes. If the oven has an inbuilt thermometer, it should read 180 to 190 degrees. After 25 minutes, pull out the loaves and place them into racks for cooling.
Step 8: Package and brand.
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