Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Gluten Free Sandwich Bread/Parmesan Grilled Cheese


We have been craving really good grilled cheese for awhile so I thought I would try making sandwich bread. It was really easy and tasted soo good. Much better than the loaves I have been buying at the store. When you buy GF bread at the store it is heavy, brick-like and crumbly. Not very inspiring. This bread came out light and chewy and tasted delicious when brushed with butter (obviously) and sprinkled with parmesan before grilling. We also had it toasted with jam this morning. No need to miss good bread anymore. I will be making this a lot!


Recipe for GF Sandwich Bread

Prepare 8"x 4" bread pan with Pam spray or line with parchment paper (I prefer to line with paper for ease of removal)

Proof
1 pkg. yeast
2 T. Sugar
1 cup warm water

Sift in small bowl
2 1/2 cups Jules or any all purpose flour
1/4 cup buttermilk or skim milk powder
1 1/4 t. Salt

Mix in lg. bowl (blend well)
2 t. cider vinegar
2 T. Olive Oil
2 eggs
2 egg whites
Add yeast mixture to wet ingredients

By Hand
Mix dry into wet gently, not over mixing
Lumps are okay

Rise
In a warm location for up to 45 minutes or until dough reaches top of bread pan; it won't rise much more in the oven so be sure it at least doubles before baking.

Bake
350 for 35-40 minutes or until it sounds hollow when tapped.
Slice while still warm. Can be sealed up and saved in fridge or frozen.


3 comments:

Crissie said...

You are unreal. This looks AMAZING!

weze said...

I just bought Jules flour's and cookies mixes there great and her recipes cooking cook book too. can't wait to get my new bread machine as my old one just bit the dust after 23 years it has a gluten detting YES good to go now.
ps also bought the coconut flour cook book that looks great too.

Marianne said...

This bread is amazing! It has the consistency of non GF bread and has no after taste. My daughter is the only one that has to eat GF, but my whole family would eat this. Thanks for a great recipe.