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Crusty rosemary bread

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Ingredients

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400 grams of Flour / All-Purpose Flour
280 ml of Water
1 sachet (7g) of Yeast
1 teaspoon of Salt
A few sprigs of Rosemary

Nutritional information

170
Calories
36g
Carbs
1g
Fat
5g
Protein
0g
Sugar

Crusty rosemary bread

  • 80 minutes + 24 hours
  • Serves 8
  • Easy

Ingredients

Directions

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Steps

1
Done

Mix the yeast and the water together.
Mix the flour, salt and rosemary together.

2
Done

Add the water + yeast to the flour mixture and start mixing with a spoon.
The easiest way to do this is in a mixer with a dough hook but I did this by hand.
Knead for around 10 minutes and then place the dough in a bowl. Cover with cling film and let the dough rise for 24 hours.

3
Done

After 24 hours, preheat the oven to 250°C/480°F and place the oven safe dish or Dutch oven in the oven to warm up.
Take off the cling film and cover your work area with flour.
Tip the dough out of the bowl and fold over a few times, don't use too much pressure!

4
Done

When the oven and the dish are preheated, take out the dish. Sprinkle a little flour at the bottom of the dish and put in your dough. Sprinkle a little bit of flour on the dough as well.
Put on the lid and place in the oven to bake for 30 minutes.

5
Done

After 30 minutes, take off the lid and bake for an additional 25 minutes.

6
Done

Let the bread cool down before cutting and serving.

Jalisha

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2 Comments Hide Comments

Hello Mariana!

This recipe is not really made to be gluten free, and I really don’t know much about gluten free baking. I read somewhere that, although it is possible to replace wheat flour with rice flour, there are other modifications that need to be made (mixing other gluten free ingredients to get the desired outcome). For example, for muffins and cookies it would be easier because it’s not a dough that needs to rise or particularly needs the gluten. I also read that it is only easily replaced if it needs 2 cups of flour or less.
I searched for some recipes that are gluten free instead of using regular wheat flour and this is what I found.

Gluten free bread recipes
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Difference in cooking with rice flour and all purpose flour
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I hope I gave you enough information! 🙂

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