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Rosemary-Olive Bread

(gluten-free, yeast-free, dairy-free, grain-free, sugar-free)

I love bread…Who doesn’t?

Even though sometimes we have to modify our bread ingredients because of our diet needs, that does not mean that I can’t have a delicious, soft, fragrant bread.

I had few easy bread recipes (made with wheat flour) that were enough for me. When I started eating gluten-free I was eating pancake or crepe in place of bread for a while but I started to crave bread again. So I developed this recipe yesterday. Loved it! I will have more gluten-free bread recipes coming for you :) and ME :))

…And now I give you my Rosemary-Olive bread recipe;

Ingredients:

1 cup Almond meal

7 tbs olive oil (extra virgin )

3 large eggs (organic, cage-free)

1 tbs maple syrup

1/4 cup tapioca flour

1/2 tsp salt (Himalayan)

1/2 tsp baking soda (aluminum free)

1/8 cup kalamata olives (pitted, diced)

1/2 tbs fresh rosemary, chopped

Instructions:

– Preheat oven 350F

– Grease 8.5 x 4.5 inch pan (I used coconut oil) or line with parchment paper.

– Mix dry ingredients and wet ingredients separately and then combine.

– Pour the mixture in your baking pan.

– Bake 45-55 minutes or knife/toothpick  inserted in the center comes out clean.

– Let cool in pan.

 

NOTE:

I must admit that cooking with gluten-free flours (ex;tapioca) is a little bit hassle for me. One day I make wonderful fluffy pancakes/crepes next day the same recipe but soggy, but still tasty pancakes/crepes. Even a little less/more flour, water content changes the recipe. Hopefully this would not be the case with the bread recipes. I should start weighing ingredients but I am not that much patient yet.

 

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Mini Breads & Cinnamon Rolls

DOUGH:

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2 cup warm water

2 cup whole wheat flour

2 tsp yeast

2 tbs butter

2 tsp salt

2 1/2 cup whole white flour

-Put the ingredients in order it is written and stir well every time you add an ingredient. (As you see this is a different method.)

-Knead the dough about 5-7 minutes. Dough will be soft but not sticky. Put dough in a greased container, cover with towel and let rise till it is double in volume.

-Cut dough in two, one for bread and the other for cinnamon rolls.

-First dough: Cut in two, give oval shape and put in floured square Pyrex. Cover with towel and let rise till it is double in volume. Bake in preheated $400F oven.

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-Second dough: Roll into 10″x14″ rectangle. Spread the filling leaving spaces on each

long side and  sprinkle pecan.

Roll the dough into a log the long way, loosely. Cut into 8-12 pieces.

Place in a pan. Let rise. Bake in preheated 350F oven for 20-25 minutes.

CINNAMON ROLL FILLING

1 cup sugar

2 tbs butter

1 tbs cinnamon

little water to make it spreadable

I don’t  like it too sweet but you can adjust your sugar amount.

p.s: I live in high altitudes where you need to use less yeast, more water and may be less cooking  and rising times. Please consider this.

Daisy Bread

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This bread is from my childhood. We used to go hiking to Belgrad Forest (in Istanbul, TR) as a family; on the way back home, we used to get it from a bakery. And start eating the hot bread on the way in the car :) .

 

 

INGREDIENTS:

1 + 1/4 cups Org.Whole Wheat Flour (Bob’s Red Mill)

1 + 1/4 cups Org. White Flour (Bob’s Red Mill)

1/2 tbs Himalayan Salt

1 tbs yeast (can be 1/2 tbs w/more rising time)

2 tbs org. butter (can be olive oil)

1/2 cup warm org.milk

1/2 cup warm water

1/4 tsp honey

  • Mix all dry ingredients except yeast.
  • Make a little well and pour milk, water, honey and yeast in the well. Stir the wet ingredient and wait few minutes for the yeast to bubble.
  • Mix it all and knead for about 3 minutes. Add more water or flour if needed.
  • Put the dough in a bowl, cover with damp cloth and put in a warm oven. This way instead of waiting up to 2 hrs, it only takes about 40 minutes for the dough to rise.
  • Take the dough out, cut in 8 and form 8 dough balls.
  • Grease your round (11″) baking dish with butter or coconut oil.
  • Put one dough ball in the middle and the rest around it, leaving enough space to rise.
  • Put back in warm oven. After it rises again, bring out. Set your oven to 400F.
  • Meanwhile, brush your bread with egg yolk and a little water mixture.
  • Sprinkle caraway and sesame seeds on top.
  • Put your bread in preheated oven. Bake about 20-40 minutes.

P.s: Rising and baking times may vary.