Over the past few weeks, we have made and eaten several GF breads with mixed results!
We tried one oat bread version from The Gluten Free Alchemist but didn't have one key ingredient. It wasn't too bad but may have been better with it.
However, we found her original trial bread and made that instead - the recipe is here.
The only difference from this and other breads we have tried, is that it used instant yeast, the kind that stirs into the flour rather than water. Up she rose, not only during proving (very quickly in about one hour), but also in the final bake:
The texture is springy and just slightly moist without being sticky. It tastes lovely, both as sandwiches and as toast, doesn't fall apart when you use it and was still the same the next day!
That looks fabulous. It is great when you find a good recipe that works well.ReplyDelete
Certainly taken long enough!Delete
I think you have the patience of a saint with all the GF recipes you have been trying out.ReplyDelete
The bread looks lovely.
Thank you, nice to find something that is good!Delete
That looks great - I'm very impressed and will certainly give it a go. Thank you for doing so much research! :)ReplyDelete
Got to make it again soon, hopefully, will be as good!Delete
You're working hard n all this GF research you deserve a success :-)ReplyDelete
It looks really nice, better than some of the GF breads I've seen for sale in the shops.
After some of the other 'fantastic and the best ever' recipes, this was one of the best!Delete
I think you are now qualified to write a GF cook book!ReplyDelete
Ha! Don't think so, I have just chosen the best recipes I liked the look of and persevered.Delete
Well this looks rather fabulous.ReplyDelete
Thank you, tastes nice as well.Delete
Fantastic! I am sure that your guests are going to have the best possible Christmas ever and will be asking for copies of all your recipes! Happy Christmas! xxReplyDelete
Thank you Amy, same to you and yours!Delete
I shall be trying this recipe as I have made numerous GF loaves and never yet found one that was 'morish'. thanksReplyDelete
Gosh, hope you like it. There are certainly some truly awful 'fantastic' recipes out there.Delete
Hi DC.... Finally found your site..... Not sure why I didn't find it before!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for the links to my blog and for your kind comments! Hope the bread is still good for you!