Watermill's very easy recipe for one 500g loaf of bread.
350g (12 oz)
Strong flour (plus 1oz to knead with)
1 tsp dry yeast
A pinch salt
10 fl oz (310ml) water ( ½ boiling ½ cold)
Mix dry ingredients together first then pour on the water and mix together, this will make a very sticky dough.
Put a generous handful of flour on the kneading area and knead gently for a few seconds so all the dough is covered in flour. Leave to rest 5-20 mins.
Knead again lightly (just a few seconds).
Mould dough by creating a flat rectangle the length of your tin, rolling it to fit. Place dough in the oiled tin. The tin should be about 2/3rds full.
Let the dough rise until it makes a dome over the top of the tin, and bounces back when you touch it.
Bake at 220°C (425°F or gas mark 8) for 25 mins.