Yeast Free Onion Rye Bread

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Yeast Free Onion Rye Bread

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Ingredients

70 gr Yellow onion
1 pinch Ground black pepper
1/4 tsp Coriander seeds
2 tbsp Tamari sauce
100 ml Semi skimmed milk
80 gr Greek yogurt
85 gr Rye flour
140 gr Oat flour
1/4 tsp Sea salt
1/2 tsp Baking soda
1 tsp Flax seeds

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  • Vegetarian

Healthy flavorful bread you can indulge without stomach pain and bloating. It will fill your home with delicious smell and your heart and tummy with warmth!

  • 35 min
  • Easy

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What do you imagine thinking of bread? Maybe a crusty baguette going out of the oven, a freshly baked loaf you slice to make a sandwich, fluffy buns with jam…and your heart literally melts as you can smell it. Beyond this, bread evokes so much more: memories, people, stories, feelings. For thousands of years bread is an absolutely essential part of human’s  day to day life and culture. It symbolizes family, sufficiency, happiness, fullness, faith.

And what do you feel when somebody says bread can be bad for you? What if bread does make you feel sick?Absolute, pure, devastating frustration.

If you bumped upon this page you’ve already made your research and know that the prevalent majority of store-bought breads are made of highly processed, refined ingredients. Those breads are not just lacking necessary nutrients we hope to get with them but harmful to us.

Personally, I love bread from the bottom of my heart and sometimes nothing can substitute it. Sadly,  with my love for bread I used to go over and over  again through bloating and stomach pain. And as I tolerate gluten it took from me quite awhile to realize the reason is baker’s yeast. Many of us do not understand that yeast is alive organisms that eat to grow and create waste. Moreover yeast that is created now for manufacture production is so strong it survives through baking and off the bread. So it continues to live, eat, grow and waste in the  body creating bloating, pain, bacteria overgrowth, digestional disorder and infections.

Still, I believe that feeling deprived is not healthy and sooner or later even the most will-powered people bend upon this. So I am all about finding a healthy alternative for every junk we’ve got addicted to.

Here I share one of my favorite yeast free rye bread  recipes. It is a bit heavy so it is even more saturating than a regular yeast bread. It has a  delicious rye and marinated onion flavor. Perfect for open savory sandwiches, eating with yogurt and cream cheese.

First of all you need to marinate onion to  get that special flavor for the bread. For this cut an onion into ring shape, put in a small bowl and mix it with ground black pepper, coriander seeds and tamari sauce. Cover the bowl and leave in a fridge overnight.

Preheat your oven to 200 °C (395 ° F).
Before starting to mix the dough take 30 gr rye flour from the given amount and put aside. You will need it later for dusting your bread.
Mix rye flour, oat flour, sea salt and soda in one bowl.

In another bowl slightly whisk Greek yogurt and semi-skimmed milk to the even consistency.

Combine dry and wet ingredients and mix in marinated onion into the dough. Cover the bowl with nylon foil and put it to the fridge for 30 min.

Take the dough out of the fridge. At this point the dough still will be a little bit wet and sticky to your fingers, but it is not a problem cause we will dust it. This way the bread will have delicious crust being soft inside.
Spread rye flour on top of the dough ball and on the bottom of the bowl. Gently move the dough ball to help the surface absorb flour. If you feel you need more flour for dusting add some more as it depends on flour itself, on how well it absorbs moisture. But not too much if you don’t want to bake the bread tough.
When the dough isn’t sticky and shaped easily, finish dusting.

Place the dough ball on a baking tray lined with a piece of parchment, make a x-shape cut in the center and sprinkle with flax seeds. Bake for 20-25 min. Check your bread with a toothpick, it should com out dry of the loaf. Enjoy it fresh and hot!
Also you can turn this loaf into two buns if you like, this way you bake them for 15 min. Don’t hesitate to make a larger batch, this dough works great in bigger quantities.
Try, experiment, enjoy cooking, live healthy, fully, happy!

 

Steps

1
Done

First of all you need to marinate onion to get the very special flavor for the bread.
For this cut an onion into ring shape, put in a small bowl and mix it with ground black pepper, coriander seeds and tamari sauce. Cover the bowl and leave in a fridge overnight.

2
Done

Preheat your oven to 200 °C (395 ° F).
Before starting to mix the dough take 30 gr rye flour from the given amount and put aside. You will need it later for dusting your bread.
Mix rye flour, oat flour, sea salt and soda in one bowl.

3
Done

In another bowl slightly whisk Greek yogurt and semi-skimmed milk to the even consistency.

4
Done

Combine dry and wet ingredients and mix in marinated onion into the dough. Cover the bowl with nylon foil and put it to the fridge for 30 min.

5
Done

Take the dough out of the fridge. At this point the dough still will be a little bit wet and sticky to your fingers, but it is not a problem cause we will dust it. This way the bread will have delicious crust being soft inside.
Spread rye flour on top of the dough ball and on the bottom of the bowl. Gently move the dough ball to help the surface absorb flour. If you feel you need more flour for dusting add some more as it depends on flour itself, on how well it absorbs moisture. But not too much if you don't want to bake the bread tough.
When the dough isn't sticky and shaped easily, finish dusting.

6
Done

Place the dough ball on a baking tray lined with a piece of parchment, make a x-shape cut in the center and sprinkle with flax seeds. Bake for 20-25 min. Check your bread with a toothpick, it should com out dry of the loaf. Enjoy it fresh and hot!
Also you can turn this loaf into two buns if you like, this way you bake them for 15 min. Don't hesitate to make a larger batch, this dough works great in bigger quantities.
Try, experiment, enjoy cooking, live healthy, fully, happy!

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