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Roasted Wheat and Honey Loaf

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  • 85 g whole wheat grain
  • 15 g linseed
  • 300 g Milk
  • 80 g raw honey
  • 2 tsp dried yeast
  • pinch salt
  • 420 g bakers flour
  • 6
    Preparation 7min
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Recipe's preparation

  1.  Place wheat onto baking tray and roast for 10 minutes until crunchy and well toasted.

    Place wheat and linseed into TM bowl and mill for 1 minute on speed 10.

    Add milk, honey and yeast and warm for 2 minutes at 37°C on speed 2.

    Add remaining ingredients and mix for 6 seconds on speed 6. With dial set to closed lid positionClosed lid, knead for 3 minutes at Interval speed.Dough mode Tip out onto ThermoMat and roll into a tight ball. Wrap and allow to double in size before continuing.

    Preheat oven to 200°C. Press dough out into flat rectangle, just using your fingertips. Roll long edges into each other and seal together. Turn and repeat the folding and sealing action on the short edges. Repeat this several times until you have an even shape. Place into rectangular bread tin to double again. Slash top with razor blade or very sharp knife. Spray with water spritz.

    Bake for 30-35 minutes or until golden and sounding hollow when tapped. Cool 5 minutes in tin before turning out and returning to turned off oven to crisp up base.



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  • Thanks for the recipe.  Nice

    Submitted by Ros Teirney on 7. July 2013 - 12:17.

    Thanks for the recipe.  Nice to try different breads and I have heaps of whole wheat to use up.  Have questions though - at what temp do you roast the wheat?  And does oven need to be preheated before you start timing ten mins?

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  • AnnaA wrote: Hey there! Do

    Submitted by ann hanway on 5. April 2012 - 10:24.


    Hey there!

    Do you grease or flour your tin??


    Will this work with wholemeal flour ? (not just Wheat grains?)

    What about self raising flour ?

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  • HI Anna, don't usually need

    Submitted by guest on 3. January 2011 - 20:57.

    HI Anna, don't usually need to do either…depends on the quality of your tin. If you take the loaf out of the tin at 5 minutes as directed you shouldnt really need to. Good luck!  ;)

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  • Hey there! Do you grease or

    Submitted by AnnaA on 2. January 2011 - 22:31.

    Hey there!

    Do you grease or flour your tin??


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