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Easy gluten free bread


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Ingredients

12 slice(s)

easy gluten free bread

  • 600 grams Gluten free plain flour
  • 5 grams salt
  • 10 grams TM caster sugar
  • 330 grams Milk
  • 200 grams hot water
  • 14 grams dried yeast (14g) or 30g fresh
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Recipe's preparation

    Easy gluten free bread
  1. Grease a 20cm x 14cm loaf tin or a 12 hole muffin tray.

    Mix flour,salt and sugar into bowl for 4sec /speed4. Add milk,hot water and yeast to TM bowl and mix for 5sec/speed 7. Set dial to closed lid, knead dough for 2 minutes on Interval speed.

    Place dough into loaf tin or muffin tray and allow to rise in warm spot for 30 mins. Preheat oven to 180degC.

    Bake the rolls for 20 mins or loaf for 45mins to 1 hour. Spray the top of loaf with olive oil several times during cooking to encourage browning.

    Allow loaf to cool in tin for 6-7mins before turning out onto rack.

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Tip

100grams of milled brown rice can be used in place of 100gms of gluten free flour. Sesame or poppy seeds can be sprinkled on top before cooking. Also any seeds can be added to dough eg pumpkin or sunflower seeds before kneading if desired.


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  • Made this tonight and mine sunk in the middle...

    Submitted by Macckiwi on 19. April 2017 - 20:51.

    Made this tonight and mine sunk in the middle... Still tastes great though. When the dough is finished should it be sticky or should it be like a non gluten free dough?

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  • Will definitely make again. ...

    Submitted by xfoxyx on 1. March 2017 - 19:26.

    Will definitely make again.

    I needed to cook slightly longer was still a bit moist in the middle.

    was very crispy on top (I didn't oil it)

    great flavour, great with soup. Kids enjoyed it too.

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  • Thank you, this has turned out really well...

    Submitted by Bella.0579 on 13. December 2016 - 12:13.

    Thank you, this has turned out really well

    I read the tips & I milled 100g brown rice & raw sugar then added 400g plain GF flour. It was thicker than a other recipes I've tried before.

    I sprayed with cooking spray a couple of times while baking as suggested. I will definitely make again.

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  • Hi, Is there any particular

    Submitted by Angela Fortune on 29. February 2016 - 13:41.

    Hi,

    Is there any particular GF flour you use? Can it be standard GF flour or does it perhaps have to be a breadmaking GF flour. This is my first attempt so unsure of particular flour. I know before I went gluten-free I used to use a 'bakers' bread flour which worked very well for normal bread. Just unsure whether the GF flour needs to be specifically for bread making or not...

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  • Could you use quinoa flour as

    Submitted by neridah1 on 19. October 2015 - 18:18.

    Could you use quinoa flour as the gluten free flour?

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  • Amazing recipe, thanks for

    Submitted by Thermo Emo-Nemo on 12. July 2015 - 10:42.

    Amazing recipe, thanks for sharing. I let mine rise in the Thermomix mat and then transferred to loaf tin. Topped with homemade garlic oil and fresh rosemary. A great treat eith soup and the kids loved it! A great bread added to my recipe index

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  • Hi, I am new to thermo only

    Submitted by Tracey05 on 5. June 2015 - 09:48.

    Hi, I am new to thermo only got it yesterday so decided to make my daughter your GF bread. Is the dough meant to be sticky I followed recipe maybe should have kneaded it a bit longer?? 

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  • Hi there, in the process of

    Submitted by n_distel on 10. December 2013 - 17:09.

    Hi there, in the process of making this now and the dough is verrrrry runny.  Looks more like a cake batter than a dough... 

     

    First time making gluten free bread, and wondering if this is normal?  Thanks tmrc_emoticons.)  Cooking 7

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  • My bread didn't rise very

    Submitted by ashleawills on 21. May 2013 - 20:42.

    My bread didn't rise very much and had a very gluey texture. Any idea what I could of done wrong?

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  • This was my first time ever

    Submitted by lealea on 15. April 2013 - 21:40.

    This was my first time ever making bread, let alone gluten free bread. It turned out wonderfully. I used almond milk instead of milk. Thank you for sharing.

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  • Delicious. Whipped these up

    Submitted by Brigitte on 19. March 2013 - 00:50.

    Delicious. Whipped these up just after dinner, ready for lunch boxes tomorrow. I used Zymil milk (lactose and gluten free) and the flavour is lovely.

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  • Very thankful for this

    Submitted by ajtingle on 9. September 2012 - 08:02.

    Very thankful for this recipe. I have made it in the muffin tins twice and they were amazing and muched loved by

    my daughters.   Thank you tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Hi....is this the updated

    Submitted by Debily on 19. August 2012 - 20:23.

    Hi....is this the updated recipe from the recipe that is in the gluten free book? I was told there is an updated version of that! I have tried the updated recipe and it is really delicious! 

     

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  • No I haven't tried with milk

    Submitted by margaret@ronane.com.au on 28. June 2012 - 21:25.

    No I haven't tried with milk substitute. I have made it a few more times since putting on recipe community and have found a great deal of difference with gluten free flours. With some 500 grams of flour is enough. I now just start with 500gms then add more if dough appears too sticky.

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  • Thanks.  This looks useful.

    Submitted by Ros Teirney on 21. June 2012 - 23:25.

    Thanks.  This looks useful.  Have you ever had anyone try it with a milk substitute?

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