Nothing fancy, it's only a never fail basic white recipe I need
I have a yearning for a breadmachine basic white sandwich bread recipe that will rise so high that it'll will crack the window in my Cuisinart CBK 200 bread maker. I've been producing pitiful loaves of bread that cave in on top half way down in my 5.5" deep bread pan. The recipe I'm soliciting must be in the 3 cups of flour range. Once I get a proven recipe, then I can get into which of the variables is causing the problem, or problems. I checked my yeast this morning, I was really impressed how it tripled in 12 minutes. I know my flour is good, the milk or water I use is okay, but my salt from .75 to 2.25 teaspoons may need adjusting. I've tried everything from 2 teaspoons to 3 tablespoons of sugar which also failed to provide much of a thrill. Crisco, butter, margarine, vegetable oil and no fat at all have been equally acceptable for taste and zero world shaking for height.
Please, no theoretical stuff with cockamamie speculations, I need a never fail, tried and true recipe. I'm dying to see a dome on my bread in the shape of the rotunda in Washington, D.C.. My sister-in-law's opinion is that men who bake bread need to see a psychiatrist.
That's not the kind of help I'm soliciting.