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Easy Peasy Spelt Bread


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Ingredients

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  • 280 grams water or milk
  • 1 tablespoon Yeast
  • 550 grams White or Wholemeal Spelt Flour
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 20 grams Avocado oil or Inca Inchi Oil, Olive oil or nut oil will also work
  • 2 tablespoons chia seeds, Pre Soaked in 6 Tbs Water to make gel
  • 40 grams Flax or Linseeds
  • 5 grams apple cider vinegar
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Recipe's preparation

  1. No counter-clockwise operationPlace water and yeast into the bowl and heat for 2 minutes, 37 deg, sp 1. Be careful to add the yeast around the blades.

    Add remaining ingredients.

    Set to closed lid and knead for 4 minutes.

    Place in lined / greased bread tin nd allow to rise to the rim. 

    Place into a cold oven. Turn the oven on to 200 deg and cook for 30 minutes.

    ** If Oven is already hot due to other cooking this is fine too.

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Tip

This recipe is wheat Free not gluten free.

Freezes well when cut into slices first.

 

Fat Content Approx 3g per slice of 16 slices

Use water instead of milk to bring fat content up to 4g per slice.

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  • Ive made this twice and like the taste of it but...

    Submitted by alligorms on 12. June 2017 - 19:40.

    I've made this twice and like the taste of it, but find it has a denser cake-like texture rather than a stretchy/chewy texture like other bread. Am I doing something wrong or is this how it is supposed to come out? It's definitely easy and rises well once put in the oven.

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  • So easy to make. Have attempted a few bread...

    Submitted by Happy-health on 4. January 2017 - 14:07.

    So easy to make. Have attempted a few bread recipes without a lot of success wasn't sure how long to let the bread rise before putting in the oven. Left it out on the bench for about 30mins it didn't look like it had changed much but by the time it came out of the oven it had risen beautifully. Will make again. Hopefully it will freeze well

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  • Love this bread  

    Submitted by Fmitsi on 18. August 2016 - 14:22.

    Love this bread

     

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  • Thank you immensely! I love

    Submitted by Havago on 9. April 2016 - 11:43.

    Thank you immensely! I love this very easy recipe and I've made it lots of times - only bread I make now!

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  • The easiest and most

    Submitted by Ryackgien on 24. June 2015 - 14:39.

    The easiest and most successful bread I have ever made. Has a beautiful wholegrain nutty taste in a light well risen loaf. 

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  • Hi just seeing what this one

    Submitted by casandra on 16. June 2015 - 07:06.

    Hi just seeing what this one tastes likes as my little one cannot eat wheat?  Do you have any other recipes or a barley version?

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