1 year ago General, Recipes

This recipe is perfect for your bread maker.

What you need:

  • 250ml warm water
  • 150ml warm milk
  • 60g melted butter
  • 3 large, beaten eggs
  • 1 teaspoon white wine vinegar
  • 2 teaspoons milled flaxseed, mixed with 50ml boiling water and left to cool for 1 minute
  • 200g rice flour
  • 200g tapioca flour
  • 200g maize flour
  • 40g walnuts
  • 40g raisins
  • 40g glace cherries
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 1 tablespoon light muscovado sugar
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 teaspoon salt

Step 1: Create your flour mix

  • Add the rice flour, tapioca flour and maize flour into a bowl.
  • Mix until all the components are well combined.

Step 2: Create your fruit mix

  • Combine the walnuts, raisins, glace cherries, honey, sugar, cinnamon and salt into another bowl.
  • Mix until all the components are well combined.

Step 3:

  • Place the warm water, warm milk, melted butter, beaten eggs and white wine vinegar into a baking pan.

Step 4:

  • Combine 450g of the flour mix and all the remaining ingredients (minus the fruit mix, leave this until later) into a large bowl. Mix well and transfer into the baking pan.
  • Wipe any spillages from the outside of the pan.

Step 5:

  • Place the bread pan into the bread maker and close the lid.

Step 6: Adding the fruit

  • When the bleeper alerts you that the fruit and nut dispenser has dispensed the open lid, DO NOT turn off the bread maker
  • Use a plastic spatula and carefully scrape the fruit mix down the sides of the tin
  • Mix in the same direction as the blade is turning until the ingredients are well combined.
  • Replace the lid and continue with the cycle.
  • When the cycle has completed, leave the bread to cool for five minutes, before turning it out onto a wire rack to cool fully.

NOTE- The dough should resemble a thick batter. If necessary, use the extra flour mix, tablespoon by tablespoon, to thicken. Or if the mix is too thick, add water to loosen.

Tweet us a photo of your finished loaf @nog_uk.

Disclaimer: The image is not representative of the finished article. 

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