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Soya Good Loaf

A basic white loaf using Toasted Kibbled Soya to add protein and give a unique texture.

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A basic white loaf using Toasted Kibbled Soya to add protein and give a unique texture. Where nut allergies are of concern this is a good alternative.

You can use Soya Bran instead, this gives a more rustic texture.

Ingredients

  • 1 ½ tsp - Instant Yeast
  • 500g - Organic White Bread Flour – Shipton Mill Untreated No.4
  • 2 tsp - Salt
  • 1 ½ Tbsp - Dried Milk
  • 1 Tbsp - Sugar
  • 30g - Toasted Kibbled Soya or Soya Bran
  • 20g - Unsalted Butter
  • 350g - Tepid Water

You can use Soya Bran instead, this gives a more rustic texture.

Method

1. Add all ingredients in the order shown.

2. Mix on bread machine dough cycle (around 45 minutes).

3. Oil a 2lb loaf tin (900g). Groundnut oil is preferable to olive or sunflower oils which break down more rapidly at high temperatures (then becoming sticky).

4. Now, a little oil on your hands will help here. Tip dough into tin, may need a pull to help it out, then lightly pat and stretch to fill tin.

5. Cover with silicicone baking parchment and leave in a warm place for 35 minutes to rise.

6. Remove parchment and bake at 230oC for around 30 minutes.

 

Added by: peter trevethick


Tags: Bread White Christmas festive

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