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Tuesday, 10 March 2015

EGGLESS MULTIGRAIN BREAD #BREADBAKERS



















Eggless multigrain bread #breadbakers

Bread baking is an art and once we start baking our own bread we won't go for a store bought one......I love baking especially bread my heart will jumpout of happiness when my yeast gets froth.Diabetic patients,heart patients anybody can have rhis bread becoz it is multigrained it contains wholewheat flour,maize flour,ragi flour,millet flour etc...it also contains flaxseeds which has amino acids and helps to increase immunity.........


Makes- 1 loaf (9*8 inch tin)

  preparation time-21/2 hrs 

\baking time: 35 mins

Ingredients:

Whole wheat flour- 1 cup 

 maize flour- 1 cup

  Oats- 1/2 cup 

 Ragi flour- 1/2 cup  

foxtail millet flour- 1/2 cup

  Rice flour- 1/2 cup 

maida flour-1/2 If you want to avoid maida use extra 1/2 of wheat flour

 flaxseed powder-2 tbsp 

 Milk-1 cup  

Dry yeast-21/2 tsp

 Warm water-1 cup 

 sugar- 2 tbsp

  salt-1/2 tsp 

Olive oil-3 tbsp (you can use any flavourless oil or butter)

Method:

In a bowl  add warm water,sugar and salt give it a stir now sprinkle yeast over them and set aside for 10mins till frothy.

In a beater add  hook attachment and add milk and flaxseed powder run the beater for 1mins and keep aside for 5 mins till the flaxseeds gets a sticky textur add in the yeast mixture and beat till combined.

Mix all the flours in a bowl and sift them,run the beater and add the flours with a laddle slowly beat till the dough combines well for about 10 mins.Now transfer the dough into an oil coated bowl and cover with cling film.Set them aside for 1-11/2 hrs till it doubles.

Sprinkle flour on the surface and knead the dough till rolls a ball and put into the greased loaf pan spread evenly and keep covered for 45 mins for second rise.

Preheat the oven in 180°c

Coat milk over the risen loaf and Place the loaf tin into the oven and bake at 180°c for 35 mins.Now enjoy your mulitigrain bread as sandwich,toast etc..............!!!!!!!!

I bake this wonderful bread for stacy from foodlustpeoplelove for seed event hosted by Karen's Kitchen Stories

















#BreadBakers is a group of bread loving bakers who get together once a month to bake bread with a common ingredient or theme. This month's theme is Seeds, and his hosted by Karen of Karen's Kitchen Stories. Follow our Pinterest board Bread Bakers Pinterest Board. Links are also updated each month on this  Bread Bakers home page.. We take turns hosting each month and choosing the theme/ingredient. If you are a food blogger and would like to join us, just send Stacy an email with your blog URL to foodlustpeoplelove@gmail.com Don't forget to check out the rest of the delicious breads with seeds:
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29 comments:

  1. You are so right about baking your own bread, once you start to make it for yourself it is impossible to buy it again!

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    1. Ya thank you for your lovely comment.........

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  2. Welcome to Bread Bakers! I totally agree about baking your own bread. Nice to see all these healthy breads with seeds this month including your lovely bread with flaxseed.

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    1. Thank you so much stacy........I also feel so happy to join in bread bakers.........

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  3. Wow! What an enormous loaf, Vimala! I am curious about ragi flour as I've never heard of it. I'm so glad you could join us this month!

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    1. ohhh Thank u so much Stacy.Thank u again for your timely help...........

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  4. I am going to have to learn more about some of the ingredients you used-- a couple are new to me and that is one of the many reasons I enjoy this group as I learn something new each month. Thanks!

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    1. You are right Holly.These ingredients are easily available in India.............

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  5. Vimala, I am loving that huge loaf of bread. I need to find out where you got your pan. It is a beautiful loaf.

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    1. Thank u veronica..........Its an aluminium loaf tin.i got it in a store nearby............

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  6. I love learning about different cultures through recipes. There are several types of flour I am going to have to google and learn more about. The bread is lovely. Thanks for sharing

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    1. That sounds great wendy.Thank u for your comments..........

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  7. I love the multigrain thing going on in this bread. Lovely and healthy.

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  8. Nothing better than homemade bread! Sounds delicious!

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    1. Ya you are right karen.Thank you for the lovely event.............

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  9. Homemade bread is addictive...both baking it and eating it! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. you are welcome Camilla.Thank you for your comments...........

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  10. Love multi-grain bread. It's great you made it eggless too!

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    1. Thank you so much Heather.............

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  11. Your bread looks so healthy Vimala!! Glad to be part of the baking group with you!

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    1. Thank you so much shireen.I also feel so glad to be a part with you...........

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  12. Ragi and maida are new to me. I'm going to have to look them up. I am not sure what "foxtail" millet is either. Welcome to the group and thanks for teaching me something.

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    1. Maida is nothing but plain flour. Ragi and foxtail millet,You can see images in google.Thank you for your comments kelster

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  13. I miss the smell of homemade bread. We used to bake every Monday morning... but that was years ago..

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    1. Ohh great Mary..........Try to bake homemade breads again.......

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