This Gluten free bread recipe is an ideal option when you crave for bread, well who doesn’t? But you are not sure if you want to use the usual ingredients. This recipe consists of free range egg, plain yogurt and baking powder to make it soft and delicious. I also come up with a new habit recently. We love utterly butter. But to give it a twist I blend it with some salt and herbs. I used a handful of fresh cilantro and the taste of the butter become a perfect match with the best gluten free bread.
- 150 grams buckwheat flour
- 100 grams almond flour (to be honest I never have almond flour but I have a grinder that I use grinding all sort of seeds, including almonds.)
- 50 grams chia seed
- 1 large egg (I use free range egg but it’s obviously up to your preference)
- 100 grams butter
- 150 grams plain yogurt
- Spoonful baking powder
- A pinch of salt
- A handful of seeds to sprinkle on top (choose out of chia, pumpkin, sunflower pine or poppy seeds)
- Optionally slices of cheese of your preference (to make it more delicious and give it a twist, cut some cheese into sticks and put it inside the batter)
How to make the best gluten free bread:
1. Grind almond and chia seed of necessary.
2. Pour buckwheat flour, almond flour and grinded chia seed into a mixing bowl. Mix evenly.
3. Use room temperature butter. Slice the butter before putting into the mixing bowl. If you forgot to take it out of the fridge beforehand, warm it up a little bit otherwise you won’t be able to mix it well with the other ingredients.
4. Put egg, yoghurt, some salt and baking powder into the mixing bowl as well.
5. Blend all ingredients together until they incorporated well.
6. Get the loaf pan ready. Either cut parchment paper into it or smear some butter all over the pan before you pour the batter into it.
7. Preheat oven to 180 C degrees.
8. Pour batter into the loaf pan. Optionally place some slices of cheese on top of it.
9. Put loaf pan into the preheated oven for half an hour.
10. Check in with a toothpick if it’s baked properly. Insert toothpick into the bread if it comes out dry your bread is ready. If it comes out sticky put it back for another 10 minutes or so. (It always depends on your oven.)
11. Lately I have an obsession with cilantro so what I do is cut a handful of cilantro leaves and whisk it with butter and a pinch of salt.
12. Slice bread and spread butter on top. Enjoy!
Make sure you have stocked up on these before heating the oven up!
Kneading out the every day life nuisances under the low humming noise of the airflow oven.