Friday, March 22, 2013


Here is a bread I invented yesterday. It is not low carb but it is glutenfree and "clean" - and that is fine nowadays in our family. We do not eat bread that often anyway.

50 g yeast (strange to buy yeast I haven't bought it in over a year now!)
0,5 l water
some salt
1 tbsp psyllium husk
6 dl oat flour (new clean gluten free flour in the shore shelves, I am delighted!)
5-6 dl buckwheat flour
olive oil

And if you'd like to add flavor and color you can add some cumin seeds, fennel seeds or "healthify" the bread with sunflower, pumpkin or flax seeds. We did it plain and simple...(read: lacked the ingredients).

How to:

Heat the water to finger warm, add yeast and salt. Dissolve the yeast and add the psyllium husk. Add flours and olive oil until the though has reached a good "bread dough" consistence. Let the yeast to its job for aprox 30 minutes. Make small buns of the dough and in the over 180 degrees for aprox 20 minutes, maybe a bit more.


I might post a pic later when I have access to the home computer.

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