tepid water to mix, depends on how much flour will absorb
2 tablespoons rice flour
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Method Prep:20min › Cook:30min › Ready in:50min
Place following ingredients into stand mixer with the dough hook attachment in this order: salt, flour, sugar, yeast. Start mixing, then add water and sesame oil gradually until it forms a soft 'lump'. Continue mixing for another minute or two. Leave in mixer to rise, covered with cling film or a tea towel.
When it has doubled, whirl it around in mixer for another minute to knock it back down. Optional: let it rise again or not. Shape it into a loaf with floured hands, it should feel lovely and pliable, not stiff and lumpy.
Make rice flour into a paste with a bit of warm water and brush or spread it over the loaf, then cover with oiled cling film. When doubled in size, roughly, bake in a hot oven for this one because you want the rice flour to brown well. The oven should be preheated to 220 C / Gas 7.
Bake for 25 to 30 minutes. Bread making is not an exact science, a 'feel' for how the dough should look and feel is the most important thing.