Recipe Oat Bread for Bread Machine revised Yield lb loaf by theslasher

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									Recipe: Oat Bread for Bread Machine (revised)
Yield: 1 ½ lb. loaf - 7 large slices or 10 thinner slices

*pure oat products

1 ¼ cup Water                                               300 ml
3 tbsp. Vegetable oil                                        45 ml
1 cup Oat flour *                                           250 ml
1 cup Oats, rolled, old fashioned*                          250 ml
½ cup White rice flour                                      125 ml
¾ cup Corn flour                                            175 ml
3 tbsp. Sugar                                                45 ml
1 tbsp. Bread machine yeast                                  15 ml
2 tbsp. Skim milk powder                                     30 ml
2 tsp. Xanthan gum                                           10 ml
½ tsp. Salt                                                   3 ml

Set bread machine to RAPID setting.

Add water and oil to bread machine container. Mix dry ingredients together in separate
bowl. Start the bread machine and slowly add the dry ingredients to the water and oil
mixture, allowing the paddle to mix thoroughly. When all of the dry ingredients have been
added, use a rubber spatula and scrape the batter from the sides of the container allowing it to
be incorporated into the bread mixture. Smooth out the top of the bread mixture with the
spatula. Close the top of the bread machine and allow the rapid cycle to continue.

At the end of the cycle, allow the bread to cool slightly. Remove from the container.

Each large slice has 32 grams of oats and each thinner slice has 23 grams of oats (flour
and rolled oats totaled).

Enjoy!!

Source: S. Henrico

For more tips on gluten-free bread making using various bread machine settings
see 125 Best Gluten-Free Recipes by Washburn and Butt – page 80.




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