Wow, what a great bread! I decided to make this loaf after seeing how wonderful it looked at the website of our co-baker, Guff at http://oldpopsblog.blogspot.com/ .
Also, this recipe isn't all whole wheat; I thought my husband would be ok with it. After over a year of whole wheat baking, he commented that he would like some non-whole wheat breads. It was a relief to learn that he really loved this bread!
|Seeded Oat Bread Dough|
|Resting on the Peel|
|Crunchy, munchy loaves!|
That's my newly spiral-bound HBin5 book!
Although it seems risky for me to bake at higher temperatures in my Thermador oven (burns the oven element out), I just craved those crusty loaves. It was just thrilled to take these loaves out of the oven!!!
|Not much left after dinner!|
And now, a Gluten-Free recipe!:
I purchased quite a bit of gluten free flours through the course of this project. Well, I felt it's time to use those flours again.
I decided to make the Gluten-Free Crusty Boule recipe, but as a loaf.
The dry ingredients were mixed in the rising bucket, before added to liquids
|This is dough?|
After combining the ingredients, I mixed the ingredients at high speed for a few minutes. That technique was outlined in another gluten-free bread recipe. It gave the bread structure. It couldn't hurt, I figured.
|Before the "dough" rises|
|A nice rise in our warm sunroom!|
Thanks so much for stopping by. I hope you will leave a comment. Please return soon, I'll be baking again!