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Aquafaba Soda Bread

I always have leftover chickpea water, called aqufaba, after cooking chickpeas. I use this in my hummus recipe but I found it works great in bread too. Preheat oven to 170c/388f Ingredients: 2 cups buckwheat Flour 1 cup Oats (use gluten free if needed) Small handful of seeds. I use pumpkin and sunflower. 1 tsp baking soda 1 cup aquafaba 1 cup oat milk or milk of choice 1 tbsp molasses (optional) Add the dry ingredients into a bowl and mix Add the wet ingredients and mix Add the mixture into an oiled bread tin (otherwise the bread will stick to the sides) Place in the middle of the oven for approx 40 minutes. Leave to cool for 30 minutes Enjoy with hummus or any spread of choice. Thanks for r

Simple Yeast Bread

I usually make soda bread here in the cottage, made with bread soda. I thought for a change I'd make yeast bread. I use quick acting yeast that I bought in my local health shop in one package. Some use individual packets which increases waste. The secret to getting the hard crust is cooking the bread in a pre-heated casserole dish with a lid. It's called a dutch oven. The bread effectively steams in the oven creating this wonderful crispy crust. Recipe: This recipe is adapted from Dove Farm quick white bread. Oven temp: pre heated oven 200c or 400f 500g or 2 cups of sieved bread flour. I used spelt flour. 1 tsp quick acting yeast. I used the English brand Dove Farm. 1 tsp salt. I used pink H

 
 

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