August 11

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Homemade Subway Sandwich Bread #Bread Bakers

By Sonia Gupta

August 11, 2020

easy, Eggless, Savoury

Subway is an American restaurant franchise that primarily sells sandwiches and salads. Subway Sandwich Bread is famous across the globe. My family is not different and loves to have subway sandwiches at any time of the day.

I am crazy about bread and more so baking my bread at home. I love to ensure that my family is eating hygienic and preservative-free bread. And this gives me immense pleasure to bake for my family.

Subway Sandwich Bread

I know many would think that it’s so easy to place an order and enjoy the subway whenever you want.

But believe me guys, the Homemade Subway Sandwich Bread is just so perfect with a soft buttery crust and spongy crumb that you will never like to order again from Subway.

Subaway-Sandwich-Bread-loaves-for-sandwiches

Try this recipe and I bet, your family will be amazed at your skills and all you will get tons of praises.

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Let’s get started!

Tin SizeNA
Oven Temp200 °C
Baking Time20 min
MW Convection Temp180 °C
Baking Time20 min
Demold InstructionsImmediately
Cooling Time30 min
Quick Notes

Subway Sandwich Bread Recipe

In a bowl add yeast and sugar. Add some lukewarm milk to it, stir it and let it rest until yeast blooms. You can use water as well but I felt this bread taste better with milk.  

Activated-Yeast

In a kneading bowl, take refined flour, salt, and activated yeast solution. Start kneading the dough by adding room temperature milk little by little.

Prepare a soft and sticky dough. For this recipe, I have consumed in a total of 250 ml milk (including the milk used for yeast activation). However, the amount can vary depending upon your flour quality.

Once dough binds, add 2 tbsp olive oil and continue to knead for another two minutes.

The dough will become soft and smooth. Keep it in a bowl and cover the bowl with cling wrap or clean kitchen towel.

Subaway-Sandwich-Bread-Dough-Before-Proofing

Leave it on the warmer place of your kitchen until it becomes double in volume.

For me, the dough took 40 minutes to double as the temperature at my place these days is between 20 °C to 22 °C. Colder the weather, longer the proofing time will be. You just need to wait until your dough double.

Subaway-Sandwich-Bread-Dough-After-Proofing

Once the dough doubles, punch it and take it out on the counter. I divided the dough into 3 equal portions to make 3 subway sandwich bread loaves of 9’ inches each.

You can keep the portion size as per your requirement. There is no hard and fast rule for that. Keep it simple.

Now shape each portion into a log and place them on a baking tray leaving some space in-between. Cover the tray with a kitchen towel and again leave it on the counter to double in volume.

Subaway-Sandwich-Bread-Dough-After-Shaping

Because it was afternoon here and the temperature is now around 25 °C so this time dough took only 30 minutes to rise. I was happy to see my swollen loaves, sorry I mean risen loaves.

Let’s bake our subway sandwich bread

Using a knife, score the bread, and brush it with milk. Bake these loaves in a preheated oven at 200 °C for 20 minutes.

Subaway-Sandwich-Bread-Dough-Before-Baking

After 20 minutes, take the baked bread out from the oven and transfer it on a cooling rack. Brush the bread crust with butter if you like soft crust. In case you like rustic bread, skip brushing with butter.

Subaway-Sandwich-Bread-Loaves-After-Baking

Let the bread rest for 30 minutes.

Once bread comes to the room temperature, slice it lengthwise and fill it with your choice of stuffing and sauces.

Subway-Sandwich-Bread-Stuffed

Enjoy your fresh homemade Subway Sandwich Bread and make delicious sandwiches.

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Subway-Sandwich-Bread
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Passive: 1 hour 20 minutes
Course: Main Course
Cuisine: Baked
Servings: 3 Sandwiches

Ingredients

  • 400 gm Refined Flour
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 1 tsp Sugar
  • 1 tsp Yeast ( Instant/active dry)
  • 2 tbsp Olive Oil
  • 250 ml Milk

Instructions

  • In a bowl take yeast, sugar and lukewarm milk. Dissolve and let it froth.
  • In a kneading bowl, take flour, salt, and yeast solution. Start kneading the dough with milk
  • Add olive oil and knead for another 2 minutes
  • Keep the dough in a bowl and cover it. Let it rest until dough doubles.
  • Once dough doubles, punch it and divide it into three equal portions.
  • Shape each portion into a loaf and place on a baking tray by leaving some space in-between.
  • Cover the tray and let it rest until the shaped bread dough becomes double again.
  • Brush therisen dough with milk and make some cuts using a sharp knife.
  • Bake it in a preheated ovenat 200 C for 20 minutes.
  • After 20 minutes, take the breadout from the oven and brush with butter.
  • Let the bread rest for 30 minutes and then slice and make sandwiches.
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Sonia is an award-winning baking instructor and her baking courses are recognized by all baking enthusiastic. She is a Baking Instructor, Blogger, YouTuber, Author, a Social Media Influencer. Holding her forte as being one of the top baking instructors when it comes to whole wheat baking, Sonia has gain mastery in eggless and healthy baking. She has trained more than 2000 people in the last 3 years and continues to satisfy her desire to transform "HomeMakers into HomeBakers". You can follow her on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest. If you like to watch video recipes, check her YouTube Channel.

  • Hey Sonia…can I replace milk with water…as far as ive experienced …the bread is little lighter when kneaded vth water…

  • 5 stars
    Hi sonia thanks for an excellent recipe . Pls guide can v do variation s and make this with multigrain flour or seeds

  • 5 stars
    Dear Sonia, I am a big fan of your bakes and your subway bread looks simply stunning. Love the way you have explained every step in detail with pictures. I am going to bake this soon 🙂

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