Friday, October 11, 2013

Seed Bread, lchf

Receptet till dessa bröd hittade jag i tidningen Bakat och Gott, nr 3, 2013. Jag gillade dem mycket, men så tycker jag om när bröd har tuggmotstånd i form av nötter och frön.

I found the recipe for these bread  in the magazine Bakat och Gott, no. 3, 2013. I liked them a lot, but then again I like bread that contain different seeds and nuts.


Frökusar, lchf
6 bröd

4 ägg
1,5 dl turkisk yoghurt
2 dl mandelmjöl
1 dl linfrön
1 dl hackade solroskärnor
2 msk kokosnötsmjöl
2 msk fiberhusk
1 tsk bakpulver
0,5 tsk salt
solroskärnor att strö över

Värm ugnen till 190 C. Vispa äggen till en luftig smet, ca 3 minuter. Blanda i yoghurten väl. Rör ihop de torra ingredienserna och blanda ner dem i smeten. Låt svälla 10 minuter. Forma 6 lite platta kusar på en plåt med bakplåtspapper. Det går lättare att göra med en blöt sked. Strö över solroskärnor och grädda bröden tills de har fått fin färg, ca 25 minuter. Låt svalna på galler under bakduk.


Seed Bread, lchf
6 bread

4 eggs
1,5 dl Turkish yogurt
2 dl almond flour
1 dl flax seeds
1 dl chopped sunflower kernels
2 tbsp coconut flour
2 tbsp psyllium husk
1 tsp baking powder
0,5 tsp salt
sunflower seeds to sprinkle

Preheat oven to 190 C. Beat the eggs until fluffy, about 3 minutes. Mix in the yogurt well. Stir together the dry ingredients and mix them into the batter. Let swell 10 minutes. Form the batter into 6 breads, flatten them a little on a baking sheet with parchment paper. It is easier to do this with a wet spoon. Sprinkle with sunflower seeds and bake the breads until they are nicely browned, about 25 minutes. Let cool on a rack under a cloth.

29 comments:

  1. Jag gillar frön och nötter i bröd :D Fredagskramar!

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  2. Japp! Jag sätter genast igång och bakar!

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  3. Jag gillar också bröd med nötter och frön. Ha en god fredag!

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  4. What a healthy bread!Love it has so many seeds!
    Have a lovely weekend,dear!

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    1. Yes, it's so good! Have a great weekend.

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  5. Ser ut som att det kan smaka mycket ägg, gör det de? :)

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  6. This is an amazing recipe. Thank you for sharing it. I made it with the leftover almond pulp from making almond milk, milled my flax seeds in the blender with the sunflower seed so it would be smoother for the kids. We had it with burger patties, cheese&onion and they were delicious!! :) Lara

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    1. Thank you Lara! I'm happy to hear that you liked them.

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  7. Hi, in your measurements, what does "dl" mean? Is it cups or what?

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  8. Are the psyllium husks whole husks or powder? Do you need them for binding?

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    1. It's powder and yes, they are used for binding.

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    2. Thanks! I only have powder, not whole husks ;) But the falx seeds are whole right?

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    3. Yes, the flax seeds are whole!

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  9. What is psyllium husks, and where in the USA could I find them?

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    1. Psyllium husks bind moisture and help make breads less crumbly. You can buy it from bigger supermarkets (it might be in the health section) or from health stores. I use psyllium powder.

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  10. It works well! :-) I've tried it today and it is brilliant. Thanks. Jeandré

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  11. Can i use Greek Yogurt Instead of Turkish Yogurt?

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  12. I used Greek yoghurt and they came out perfectly:)
    Thanks. I've finally found a great LCHF/Banting bread that looks AND tastes great!

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