Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Spelt Bread in the Bosch
I love my Bosch. I mean, looooooove. I use it for bread, cookies, cakes, making pasta and a million other things. Today, I experimented with spelt, hoping for a homemade bread that was low in gluten.
Here's my recipe - (keep in mind I make 6 loaves so adjust accordingly :))
Mill 14 cups of grains (I did 10 cups of spelt and 4 cups of red wheat berries)
6 cups purified, warm water (I use alkaline)
Overflowing 1/2 cup of organic, raw honey
Overflowing 1/2 cup of organic, unrefined olive oil (sometimes I use coconut oil but fyi, the rise is harder to achieve)
2 T. salt
3 1/2 T. SAF yeast
Dump it all in the Bosch (I add yeast last) and mix on speed 1 for a couple minutes and speed 2 for 8 minutes.
Kneed the bread a bit (doesn't take much after the Bosch) and put in greased pans. Cover and let rise for 30 min and quickly kneed again. Let rise for 30-40 until rise is double. Bake at 350 for 18-20 min.
I wasn't sure if I would achieve the same rise so I added some wheat berries. Next batch I will do all spelt. The bread is delicious.
Thank you Pleasant Hill Grain for the photo. I love their website and products!