Recipe by Diane
"This bread is made with spelt flour. Spelt and lecithin can be purchased at health food stores."
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1 1/2 teaspoons
1 1/2 teaspoons
white spelt flour
dry milk powder
1 1/2 teaspoons
active dry yeast
When making this recipe, you need to know what to expect from a spelt bread. The result is a very typical European bread that is heavy, dense, can be sliced SUPER thin and served much like soft crackers. It is also, however dense with nutrients and I thought this was a very good recipe for bread! After reading the other reviews, I added an extra teaspoon of xanthan gum to hold it together and keep it moist. This worked out wonderfully.
Spelt does contain gluten and is not suitable for those who are coeliac, however its gluten can be eaten by most who are intolerent to wheat. I use Spelt for all my baking, bread, cakes, cookies etc using any wheat recipe I find! the key is adjusting quanties of liquid added and kneading/mixing times. Keep any kneading to a minimum, after 3-4 mins the gluten will collapse. Add more liquid than the recipe calls for, you want your mixture to be marginally "sloppier" than when using wheat, this will make your end product light and airy. If you treat spelt like wheat in recipes you will end up with a very dense result. (as I found out when I first started)
Good Bread Recipe!! I have a lot of experience baking with splet and would like to give a little advise. When making spelt bread it is a good idea to add some Zanthan Gum (about 1 tsp. per cup of spelt) This will help it to rise better. Also keep in mind that spelt doesn't have gluten in it (the reason many people use it) so it will be a more dense bread. Don't be expecting a light fluffy loaf. If you are, find a different grain!! Great Recipe!!
This bread has the potential to be great. You just have to have the right method. If you are using dry active yeast (as the recipe calls for) you need to add the yeast to the water (which I always heat to 100 degrees) and let it sit 10 minutes before you add the other ingredients. If you don't, most of your yeast will not become active and you will end up with a dense loaf. Also, lecithin is very important when making spelt as it acts similar to gluten and allows the bread to rise. Lastly, I always just use milk and skip the powder. I also usually double the lecithin for a lighter loaf. The bread is great, especially when toasted! Toasting really brings out the wonderful natural flavor of the spelt.
This recipe was great, however I changed it up a bit. I added 1Tbsp. butter(no oil or lecithi; I added 1Tbsp. honey total; I used 2 cups spelt flour, 1/2 C soy flour & 1/2 C bread flour. It turned out with great texture and highth, also very tastey. Good Luck!
I haven' tried this recipe (yet) however adding a tablespoon of Vital Wheat Gluten to any recipe that doesn't have a large amount of actual "Bread Flour" will make the dough rise.
I followed all the instructions, used new ingredients, right cycle, etc. The bread only rose to about 3 inches tall when it was done, and it tasted horrible! Don't waste your time or ingredients.
I made this a coupel of times its easy and tasty very european My fam loves it Thanks a lot for the spelt receipe
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Bread Machine Spelt Bread
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 118
** Calories from Fat: 12
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