Recipe by Lindsay Schott
"This bread is a little heavier than ordinary bread. But it is gluten-free and easy to make."
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2 1/4 cups
white rice flour
brown rice flour
2 1/2 teaspoons
1 1/2 teaspoons
dry milk powder
2 1/4 teaspoons
active dry yeast
warm water (110 degrees F/45 degrees C)
For gluten-free bread, this is 5 stars all the way...with some changes. The mix was too dry for me too, I added at least an extra cup of water. I left out the milk powder as we can't have it, worked fine. I baked it 325 degrees in my convection oven for 45 minutes and it was perfect. Even after cooling it's great, with a texture very similar to heavier whole wheat bread, which I love. I am thrilled to have this recipe. Thanks!!!
Found the mix to be very dry. Had to add 2 cups of water to make it manageable.
It would help to give a length of time to bake, since there is no way to check if it is done.
For some reason the bread did not double in size at rising, perhaps to much water was added?
After baking the centre was still very moist and chewy.
The bread itself has a very good flavor and I will make it again.
This was a great recipe for gluten free bread. I did take other people's suggestions. I soaked the rice flour in the liquid for 20 minutes, no dry milk and 4 eggs instead of the egg substitute. Rising takes a good amount of time. But everyone loved it here. Tastes great toasted with clarified Butter. Good for Nomad Genotype dieters.
I am on a Wheat and Dairy Free Diet for my Rhuematoid Arthritis and this recipe was great for me. It actually tasted normal and my family REALLY couldn't tell the difference!!
Hi, I haven't tried this recipe yet, but I have tried a bunch of rice only bread recipes. A few tips that work on bread in general. I will try this recipe in a week or so. But I wanted to leave some tips. Use a thermometer and when the internal temp reaches 190oF then the bread is done. Also I preheat the oven to 150oF. Turn it off, put the bread dough in and it rises quite well. Or if it is over 100oF outside, I put it in the sun with plastic wrap over it.
I liked this recipe very much. I used four eggs instead of the egg substitute and olive oil instead of walnut oil. The texture is dense but for me that was a plus.
Find a way to test for doneness; for me the center was not cooked enough. Taste is good.
This is the first time I've made GF bread with yeast and I appreciated the extra tips about what the consistency should be. Dense but lightly sweet. It's a keeper. Thanks for sharing!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Easy Rice Bread
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 237
** Calories from Fat: 49
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