Gluten Free Bread Maker Bread


I cannot tell you exactly how many times I have tried
making bread.  And how many times, I threw the whole
thing away.  One time, I completely forgot that the pedals
were still in the loaf I had just baked, which tasted awful I
must add, and I threw it out with the pedals still inside it!
So we then had to place an order for new pedals and now
I don’t think I will ever forget them inside the loaf again!

But you know what?  I did not give up! My poor partner
is so supportive! He keeps on trying and tasting horrid
and sometimes almost inedible bread for me, if you can
call it bread! 😀  and still tries to be ‘nice’ about it LOL

Well, I have finally found one recipe which I am going to
share with you which did come good! It is also good fresh
and not having to toast it like most gluten free bread.

I am still going to try to make bread WITHOUT the bread
maker however!  I am waiting for my mixer to arrive as
one secret for good gluten free bread I got to know is
mixing not kneading.  So much so that most bread
recipes are like a batter than a dough.  As I told you before
I am not a pro but am still learning like you who would
like to try out new recipes.

Back to this recipe, I have other witnesses who liked this
bread a lot and they eat gluten.  And I know they were not
just being ‘nice’ 😀

Here goes …

1 cup + 2 tbsp tapioca starch
1/2 brown rice flour
1/4 buckwheat flour
3/4 potato starch
2 tsp xanthan gum
3/4 tsp salt
1 tbsp sugar
2 tsp instant yeast
1 egg + 1 egg white
3/4 tsp cider vinegar
1 1/2 tsp canola oil (I used olive oil)
1 1/3 cup milk (warmed)

Measure and mix the dry ingredients, except the yeast.

Beat the eggs, add the milk, oil and vinegar.  Pour these
into your bread machine.  Top with the dry ingredients.

With your finger make depression and add the yeast.

Set the breadmaker for gluten free bread (or for whole
wheat on normal machines) and press go!

Simple as that … no?

Yes it sounds simple but it is what you put in it that makes
good edible GF bread!  Hopefully you will enjoy this
bread like I did at last.

It will never replace our Maltese bread unfortunately.
But what I want to keep trying is to get that crust which is
similar … will keep on trying!  🙂  And now … when is that
mixer gonna arrive ???!!


P.S.  Always follow this rule below ! I do ! 🙂

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