Sunday, 1 March 2015

Delicious Alchemy Brown Bread Mix Recipe and Review

Hello I have a review and sort of recipe too, for you today of some brown bred mix. I was really excited to try out this mix and see what it was like as in smell, taste, look etc. I thought that I would take it over to my blog give you  a little review of the bread mix and also show you what I had to do.

As you can see from the packet this packet of brown bread mix is Gluten and Dairy free which is great to see. I have to say this this bread mix was great and very easy to use, not messy at all. One thing I would say is that it is hard to mix by a hand whisk but this is stated on the packet too. The two ingredients that you need are:

350ml of tepid water, so not to hot or to cold. 

Also you need 2 and half TBSP of oil. That's it. Yep that is it nothing else well apart from the bread mix obviously but apart from that nothing else.
The Ingredients in the brown bread mix are as follows:
Rice Flour
Potato Starch
Rice Bran
Sugar Beet Fibre
Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulous
Dried Yeast
Psylium Flour
Flour Treatment Agent (Asorbic Acid)
Xanthan Gum
Coco powder

So how do you make it? Well Here is the very simple and easy way  to make it.

Step one:
Grease a loaf tin

Step two:
Empty to brown bread mix into a mixing bowl

Step three: 
Add the oil and water to the bowl

Step four: 
Mix well for around 5 minutes, This will get hard and really stiff to move if you are using a handheld electric whisk.

Step five:
put the mix in the loaf tin and go around the edge with a spatula so it comes away from the edges

Step six: 
Oil some cling film/ food bag and cover bread to rise sightly. (the bread won't rise a lot) and leave it in a warm place for 20 minutes

Step Seven: 
Put it in the Oven at 220oC or for fan assisted ovens 195oC for 80 minutes

Step Eight: 
Remove from Oven, turn out from loaf tin and leave on wire rack until it has cooled down, Cut and eat.

Overall I really had fun making this bread, it was really easy and simple to do and not all the fuss and mess of making bread from scratch. 
Have you tried this bread mix? What do you think? 


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