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Quinoa Linseed & Sunflower Bread


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Ingredients

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Quinoa Linseed Sunflower Bread

  • 220 g wholemeal plain flour
  • 150 g bakers flour
  • 5 g Yeast
  • 50 g quinoa
  • 50 g Linseeds
  • 60 g Sunflower Kernels
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 35 g olive oil
  • 360 g warm water
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Recipe's preparation

    Quinoa Linseed Sunflower Bread
  1. Yummy & full of texture tmrc_emoticons.)

  2. Put all ingredients into Thermie & mix on speed 6 for 20 secs

  3. Describe the preparation steps of your recipe

  4. Knead again on closed lid for 2 mins

  5. Flour a bread tin and bake on 180c for 40 mins

  6. Enjoy tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • What does instruction 3 mean?

    Submitted by Hoads on 28. October 2014 - 10:13.

    What does instruction 3 mean? Describe?

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  • Hi Anna, thanks, I'm glad you

    Submitted by FunwithmyThermie on 17. October 2014 - 02:19.

    Hi Anna, thanks, I'm glad you liked the texture - that's my favourite bit aswell. Yep, it will work either way, like you've said, I'm usually in a hurry so pop it straight in the oven too tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Hi Sharleen, sorry for the

    Submitted by FunwithmyThermie on 17. October 2014 - 02:18.

    Hi Sharleen, sorry for the delay in responding. You can let it rise for an hour, I'm usually in a hurry to get it baked before I get distracted by the family, so I usually put it straight in the oven. It will work either way. I use dried instant yeast.

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  • A very nice textured bread

    Submitted by Anna33 on 16. October 2014 - 16:32.

    A very nice textured bread that I'll certainly make again. The dough is quite wet so I scraped it straight into the tin.  I left it to prove for 1 hour before baking but it didn't rise much anyway so next time will just pop it straight into the hot oven. 

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  • Hi, when and how long do you

    Submitted by SharleenPurnell on 13. January 2014 - 20:03.

    Hi, when and how long do you let it rise? And is it dried instant yeast you use?

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