No flour? No problem. Make this Stone Age bread
Kitchen Cabinet: Bake this healthy, gluten-free loaf instead of searching for flour
Stone Age bread: this ‘no flour’ loaf is what we need right now
I run the kitchen at home and generally do all the cooking, purely because I love it. This is my take on a traditional Danish rye bread that is part of my heritage.
At home, I bake a gluten-free version. I like to limit my gluten intake if possible. This is really good, and healthy too.
Majken Bech-Bailey is restaurant manager at Aimsir restaurant in Co Kildare, where her husband Jordan Bailey is head chef
Stone Age bread
Makes one loaf
100g pumpkin seeds
100g sunflower seeds
100g linseed/flax seeds
100g sesame seeds
100ml olive oil
1 Mix all the ingredients together in a large bowl. (Use the nuts, grains and seeds as they are, you do not need to chop them.)
2 Cut out a sheet of parchment paper so that it just covers the bottom of a normal bread tin. Pour the dough into the pan.
3 Bake the bread at 160 degrees Celsius for about one hour.
4 Leave to cool on a rack and, when cold, store in the fridge.
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