Friday, October 8, 2010

Bread...Real Bread...


So I have been working on my newest bread for about a month now. I keep tweaking and playing with it until one day my hubby said it was perfect and I better not tweak anymore. It's a really easy recipe and I can usually have it in the bread maker in about ten minutes. Yes, I said bread maker. I have done it both oven and bread maker, bread maker is easier because I will forget something is rising until it runs everywhere.
So I was at a friends house last night and I made this loaf because I wanted new people to try my bread and to give me honest feedback. Well I hope it was honest? I will say the loaf was gone within minutes. I was in shock that everyone liked it so much.
This bread stands up, this is the bread I made the grilled cheese sandwiches with. I have had so much fun with this bread. There is still some tweaking to do but I am happy with the way it is right now. Now to come up with a great name for this amazing bread.
Flour Mix is Cybele Pascal's
4 Cups Brown Rice Flour
1 1/3 Cup Potato Starch
2/3 Cup Tapioca Starch
Bread Recipe
Egg replacer enough for two eggs, 1/4 cup sparkling water, warmed for about 20 seconds in the microwave, mixed together and set aside.
Now I just dump everything else into the mixer.
4 Cups Flour Mix
2 Teaspoons Sugar
1 Teaspoon Guar Gum
1 1/2 Teaspoon Salt
2 1/4 Teaspoon Dry Yeast
1 Teaspoon Gelatin
1 Cup Rice Milk Warmed about 30 Seconds in Microwave
1 Cup Water Warmed about 30 Seconds in Microwave
2 Teaspoons safe butter or Olive Oil (I have used both)
1 Teaspoon Rice Vinegar
Egg Replacer Mix
Mix in a stand mixer until it looks awesome, about three plus minutes or so. I then pour into a bread maker and put it on the gluten free cycle. Now my mixer in my bread machine sucks so I have to pre mix in my mixer first.
Now the important part, after the bread machine beeps that it is done, I take it out and put it into the oven at 350 for an extra ten minutes. Just placing it on a cookie sheet.
Enjoy.

6 comments:

Max said...

I LOVED the bread. I was truly amazing. You're wonderful baker! It was the most talked about gluten-free recipe there. Heh, the group was quite honest with it ^_^

BlairSprouse said...

How would you convert to a regular oven?
~blair

Marcie said...

You let it rise about an hour. You bake at 350 for about 45 minutes to an hour. I say after 45 minutes you check it every 5 minutes or so. It's actually on my list of stuff to play with. But it's a good recipe. I just want to make it better.

AdoptionMom said...

Hello Marcie,
Can I just use 2 eggs in this instead of the egg replacer? (I assume I would leave out the sparkling water then too).
Thanks,
Moe

Anonymous said...

Any prep required for gelatin? Or do I add it in dry?

Marcie said...

I put it in dry.