Growing healthy breads is easy and affordable, and this healthy, gluten-free loaf of gluten-less, super easy, gluten free wheatgrass wheatgrass is a perfect choice.
It’s a staple for many home cooks.
The bread has been named the winner of the 2017 Bread Festival in the “Best Stuffed Bread” category.
It has a wonderful, healthy flavor, and is incredibly easy to make.
Just follow these easy steps to make a gluten- free bread.1.
Wash the grain thoroughly.
I like to use a little vinegar in my bread flour mix and it helps the gluten absorb into the flour.
You can also use a food processor, but a hand blender works best for me.
The grains can be soaked overnight in a bowl of warm water for up to five hours.
After soaking, rinse well, then drain and pat dry.2.
Chop the wheatgrass into pieces that are around 1.5 inches long and 1.25 inches wide.
Put the pieces into a bowl with some of the remaining flour, add the rest of the flour, and mix until it is a smooth paste.
You may need to add a bit more flour to make sure it is even.4.
Place the flour in a food mill or food processor and pulse until it comes together into a smooth, coarse, and shiny dough.
You should be able to form a ball.5.
Fold the dough into a ball, and roll into a 6-inch-wide rectangle about 1/2 inch thick.
Fold it into another 6-inches-wide, then continue to roll into another 8-inch rectangle about 2 inches thick.
Repeat this process until the dough is 1/4-inch thick.6.
Put it in a baking pan, or a shallow bowl.
It should be slightly wet with the top of the bowl.
If it is too wet, add more flour.7.
Brush the dough lightly with a little flour.8.
Place a sheet of parchment paper on the baking sheet, and spray with nonstick spray.9.
Put a baking sheet in the oven and bake for 25 minutes.10.
Cool completely, then cut into squares.
You will need about 30 to 40 pieces.11.
Roll each piece of gluten free bread into a rectangle about 6 inches across, then put a square of flour on top of each square.
Place about 1-inch apart on the parchment paper, and press the edges together.12.
Brush with the nonstick oil to seal.13.
Put on the loaf.
Repeat for the rest.
If you have leftover dough, you can bake them for another 5 minutes, or until they are golden brown.14.
They are gluten- and grain-free, and are ready to enjoy immediately.
If desired, you may use these gluten free gluten free doughnuts.
You could also try this recipe with a gluten free cake recipe, or just eat some.
I always like to add some berries to the loaf to add flavor.Enjoy!