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Rosemary & Garlic Broccoli Bread


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Ingredients

13 slice(s)

Rosemary & Garlic Broccoli Bread

  • 350-400 grams broccoli, broken into 3cm florets
  • 170 grams Organic coconut oil, melted
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 60 grams onions, caramelised,(Cookidoo)
  • 1 sprig fresh rosemary
  • 7 eggs, large
  • 100 grams Coconut Flour
  • 7 grams Baking Powder, gluten free
  • 7 grams Himalayan salt
  • 10 grams sesame seeds
  • 10 grams Organic coconut oil, extra
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Recipe's preparation

    Preheat oven to 180℃ and line a 24cm loaf tin
  1. Put 500ml water into Closed lid, place broccoli florets into steam basket. Steam 8mins/Varoma/speed2.5
    Optional: At this stage you can put broccoli into a icebath - bowl of cold filtered water with ice cubes, this helps retain colour and stop cooking process (drain well before adding to batter), or if you prefer, just remove broccoli from basket to cool and set aside.
  2. Add garlic and rosemary toClosed lid chop, 3secs/speed7. Scrape down bowl and add 10grams coconut oil.
    Cook 3mins/120degrees/Gentle stir setting.
  3. Add pre cooked caramelised onions, eggs, remaining coconut oil coconut flour, baking powder, himalalyan salt and mix 10seconds/ Counter-clockwise operation/speed4 or until combined.
  4. Add cooked and drained broccoli and stir throughly to combine with spatula.
    Pour batter into prepared loaf tin and sprinkle with sesame seeds.
  5. Cook 45mins until firm, golden and inserted skewer comes out clean.
    Cool slightly before removing from loaf tin and cool on wire rack.

    Keep in an airtight container in the fridge for up to a week, freezes well for a few months.
    Delicious toasted👩‍🍳
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Tip

Use 60g caramelised onion made from cookidoo https://cookidoo.com.au/recipes/recipe/en-AU/r494055

If you haven't used coconut flour before it absorbs moisture quickly, so it can become thick quickly. Fold through broccolii quickly and you can press into loaf tin so it is even.

This is delicious and a new favorite for us I hope you enjoy it. It was converted and changed from a Luke Hines cauliflower bread recipe.
I prefer deodorised coconut oil as it does't have a strong coconut flavour. You can find it at most health food shops and is available now in most supermarkets.


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