Recipe for Gluten and Dairy Free Bread
Frissítve: 2019. jan 23.
Looking for recipes for gluten and dairy free bread? I often make this bread because it is healthy and we both like it very much, it’s so tasty. I worked for one of London’s best bakery at Borough Market. I was a baking school assistant. I loved it! And I learnt so much about bread and bread making, what makes the bread good and healthy and what doesn’t
No Factory Loaves
Ever since then we are simply don’t buy supermarket bread or any other bakery products and avoid eating it as much as possible (no pre-packed take away sandwich anymore I am afraid J).
The Rights of a Good Bread
A slice of bread is not a vessel to keep our sandwich fillings together. It’s wonderful flavourful food on its own. We both love a good sandwich. Mick is a bit of a Sandwich Maker Artist, but our sandwich starts with a good, wholesome, delicious slice of bread...and of course we love toast in all shapes and sizes and I love dunking bread into olive oil.
I think this is a wonderful, easy and quick bread recipe, so give it a go if you’re thinking about make your own loaf. It’s worth it, you wont be disappointed! The recipe works very well with dairy yoghurt and regular flour too.
1.5 cup GF oats (I am using a mix of oatmeal and large oat flakes) 1.5 cups soya yoghurt (or any other yoghurt of your choice) 2 eggs 1.25 cups GF flour (you can use GF flour mix or mix different GF flours together)
Pinch of salt
3 tsps baking soda or baking powder or a mixture of both (GF)
Method 1. Stir the yoghurt into the oats and let sit for 15 minutes.
2. Add eggs to oatmeal mixture.
3. Gently stir in the flour, salt and baking soda
4. Line the baking tray with baking paper(loaf or square shape works really well) and pour the mixture into a pan
5. Bake in a 175º oven for about 45-50 minutes. Check with toothpick
6. When it’s ready, take it out form the tin, peel off the baking paper and let it cool down ideally on a rack.