Tuesday, October 19, 2010

No Yeast Brown Bread

Brown bread is a healthy alternative to the white bread. I came across a very simple recipe for brown bread in a book named 'Cookbook For Women'. The recipe uses flax seeds, rolled oats, whole wheat flour and brown sugar. Flax seed replaces most of the oil or fat used to make regular breads. The best part of this recipe is the preparation time. It takes hardly 5 minutes to prepare the batter for no yeast brown bread.
Ingredients:
Whole wheat flour - 11/2 cup
All Purpose flour - 1 cup
Old fashioned rolled oats - 1/2 cup
Ground Flaxseed - 1/3 cup
Brown Sugar - 2/3 cup(packed)
Baking Soda - 1 tsp
Salt - 1 tsp
Buttermilk - 12/3 cup

Method of Preparation:
1. Preheat the oven to 350F. Spray a loaf pan(8X4 inch) with cooking spray.
2. Add all the dry ingredients to a large mixing bowl and mix well. Stir in the buttermilk into the dry ingredients just until mixed.
3. Transfer the batter into the loaf pan. Sprinkle a teaspoon of oats on the bread batter.
4. Bake for 45-55 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.
5. Cool the loaf pan on a wire rack for 5 minutes. Remove the bread from the loaf pan and place it on the wire rack.
6. Wait until the bread completely cools down(around 2 hours) before slicing.
7. Enjoy the delicious no yeast brown bread with the favorite topping of your choice. This no yeast brown bread tastes even better when it is toasted.

Sending this to  'Bake-Off' event being hosted by 'Champa', 'Tasty Tuesday' being hosted by 'Alicia', 'Slightly Indulgent Tuesday' being hosted by 'Amy', 'Tempt My Tummy Tuesday' being hosted by 'Grace'

Eat Well Live Well, New Monthly event with a giveaway offer from CSN and Any One Can Cook: Series 4 - being hosted by 'Ayeesha'


'Hearth n Soul' being hosted by 'GirliChef'
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14 comments:

  1. wow bread without yeast sounds very interesting ...bread looks so perfect n healthy too..gr8 job Sujana

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  2. Wat a healthy bread, looks absolutely marvellous..

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  3. Sujana nice bread. You have left out the link to the round-up page. Please provide a link and let me know. Thanks

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  4. Your bread looks amazing. I would really like to try it.
    Thank you for sharing your recipe.

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  5. This bread is full of goodness, simply amazing. Thank you so much for sending this healthy bread to both of my events.

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  6. I think this is the first time I've seen a yeastless brown bread...it looks delicious! I love this quick alternative to a yeasted loaf...I will definitely be trying it. Thanks so much for sharing it with the hearth and soul hop this week! :D

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  7. Loaves like this are great, they even toast up in a toaster. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. This sounds like such a good hearty loaf. I love the fact that there's no rising time so I can make this in no time at all. If you get a chance, come and check out my jam spirals on hearth and soul as well.

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  9. I've never tried a brown loaf without yeast, but yours looks wonderful. I look forward to trying it.

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  10. what a lovely loaf out there! Bookmarked!
    - Shobana

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  11. How simple and delicious. I am looking to see if I have oatmeal - I so want to try this! Thanks for sharing it with us at the hearth and soul hop!

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  12. Hi!
    I highlighted this in my Linky Love post for the Hearth and Soul Hop! Thanks again for a great post!
    Christy

    http://bit.ly/cJ4z7l

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  13. Hi, I have made this basic recipe countless times in the past few months since I wanted to give up yeast, and it has become my morning bread. I made it without the flax seed, and another time I made it with a little more wheat flour and without the flax seed, and it has been delicious every time in taste and texture.

    Tonight I made it without flax seed and a little more wheat flour, and the only thing I changed is that I actually used buttermilk. I had been using regular milk soured with vinegar.

    I have not cut into this loaf as yet - it came out very strange. I think I will go back to regular milk soured with vinegar. I have always used that substitute in the past, and it never seemed to make a difference.

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