So after last weeks cake in my new Breadmaker I thought I'd better experiment with making some gluten free bread. I have to say I'm quite impressed.
Not that I doubted this Breadmaker for one minute, well ok I may have done as I've tried making gluten free bread before and never been that successful really. I always get a bit worried about adding eggs to it as I think it will turn more cakey bread than actual bready bread. The egg does help to keep it moist and allows it to stick together which is good as we all know how flimsy and brittle gluten free bread can be. I loved this recipe though, it tasted great, so good toasted with a bit of butter on.
So what recipe did I use? Well I've used the one in the instruction manual which was supplied with the machine.......so here it is:
Gluten Free White Loaf
450g Gluten Free White Bread Flour ( I used Doves Farm Bread Flour)
7g (2 level tsp) Gluten Free Yeast
2 Medium Eggs (beaten)
6 tbsp Sunflower Oil
1 tsp White Wine Vinegar
345ml Semi Skimmed Milk (between 21℃ -28℃)
Half a level tsp Salt
2 level tbsp Caster Sugar
(This recipe was taken from the instruction manual for Morphy Richards Fast bake Breadmaker Model: BM48281).
Give it a go if you have a Breadmaker and also let me know any other recipes that have worked for you. We all want to find that ultimate loaf of bread without the gluten.
Thanks for reading today, I will be back again tomorrow for Autism Support Saturday so until then take care.