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Dairy Free, Egg Free, Gluten Free, Vegan, Vegetarian, Wheat Free, Yeast Free
I used the Dove White Bread Flour today, as I have just been diagnosed with Celiac Disease, so this is all new to me.
I tried the breadmaker recipe on the pack. But I found that it came out very heavy, almost like a cake.???
What am I doing wrong???
Any help that you can give me would be appreciated.......
Reviewer's Name: tina condry
I ran out of the flour once so started substituting Gram four for part of it. This is my recipe for a medium loaf in a breadmaker:
In a jug/mixing bowl pour in-
1 tsp vinegar (any sort but wine vinegar seems to work best)
7 tbsp Olive Oil
2 whole eggs
Whisk well and add to bread maker pan.
2 cups Doves Farm gluten free bread flour
2 cups Chick Pea (Gram) flour (Doves Farm also do this but can get from other sources)
2.5 Tbsp Sugar
2.5 tsp Salt
2.5 tsp fast acting yeast powder (Doves Farm do this). Keep away from the salt.
Turn on Bread maker. After 3 mins, scrape down any dough from the sides of the breadmaker pan.
When breadmaker beeps after about 30-40 mins add sunflower seeds if desired.
Reviewer's Name: Mark
Allergic to cow's milk and egg white as well as wheat, I substituted rice milk and added egg yolks with 2 tablespoons of water to the flour. It was better than any other recipe recently tried, a bit cakey and dried quickly but made acceptable toast. Next time will try adding Xanthum gum. My kitchen is more like a laboratory these days!!
Reviewer's Name: Val Molineaux- Tue 21st Jun 2011
Finally I have found flour that makes decent bread in my bread machine. I found that it was better to use the gluten free setting on the machine, however, which is a short 2 hour cycle. I experimented with the recipe as suggested on the packet and the normal cycle but it was inedible.
Reviewer's Name: DR D BAMBERNice but could be better - Mon 10th Feb 2014
I make my bread in the oven and I find it rises very nicely in there, though it doesn't rise in the earlier fementation periods. It rises nicely in the oven and makes a nice crust with this flour but needs an extra ten minutes of baking than what the packet says to get a bit lighter and fluffy. It is still quite heavy though but that's nice for rustic bread.
Reviewer's Name: D BISALA
Hi Tina, you'll need to add at least 6 teaspoons (no less) of Xanthum gum (you can buy it from this site in a 100g tub) as there isn't enough already included in the dove's mix imo! Otherwise the bread won't rise properly and it becomes stodgy & cakey. Just sprinkle over the flour before kneading. Personally I use water instead of the milk suggested in the recipe on the side of the packet. Hope this helps and write back to let us know how you get on. Good luck! G
Reviewer's Name: G
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