Whilst I have been out of crochet action, there are a number of other things that stayed on my essential duties list. And one of those is making gluten free bread. Having a bread maker (which I have due to said RSI), makes making bread easy and gluten free bread is easy too.
I make this one at least once a week. It is a combination/made by me recipe loosely based on a gluten free recipe from the book that came with my Breville bread maker. I've been playing around with gluten free breads and bread mixes for a while, and this is hands down the easiest one I make. Here's how:
Rice Flour Gluten Free Bread
In a measuring jug mix:
- 400ml (approx) of water with 2 tbls of Greek yoghurt to make a total of 450ml of yoghurty-water
- 3 tbls oil
- 3 eggs
- 1 tsp apple cider vinegar
- 1 tbls golden syrup (or you could use honey)
- 2 1/4 C white rice flour
- 1 C brown rice flour
- 1 tbls Xantham gum
- 2 tsp yeast
- 1 small handful of gluten free seed mix (or pumpkin seeds)
- 1 tsp salt
Spoon into bread tin. Put bread maker on the largest loaf setting with a dark crust (my machine has a 1250g setting). Press go and walk away. Come back when finished and enjoy your bread!
As with most GF breads, this works better reheated as toast the day after making.