Gluten Free Bread - made using a Breadmaker.
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1 Kg Loaf:
730g Bin Inn Gluten Free Bread Mix
4 Tbsps Cooking Oil
1 tsp Cider Vinegar
1 level tsp (5g) Active Dried Yeast
500g Bin Inn Gluten Free Bread Mix
3 Tbsps Cooking Oil
1 tsp Cider Vinegar
1 tsp Active Dried Yeast
Place Bin Inn Gluten Free Bread Mix into a large bowl. Add Active Dried Yeast (DO NOT use SupaBake Active Yeast Blend). In a separate bowl, whisk together eggs, cider vinegar, oil and luke warm water. Be very precise in measuring ingredients. For best results, use water between 20 - 30°C. The warmer the water, the more open the texture of the final product (go too high and the bread will overflow the pan!). Mix the wet and dry ingredients thoroughly with a wooden spoon and transfer into the breadmaker bread pan. Select the standard setting, and set to dark crust if your machine allows this. Refer to your breadmaker machine manual. Check the bread after a few minutes mixing. If the surface looks rough, slowly add 20-30mls of extra water as the mixing continues, until the surface looks smooth. You may find that at the end of the standard cooking time, the top of the loaf is still quite pale. With some breadmakers it is possible to select an additional ‘bake only’ function. If your breadmaker allows this, a period of 15 - 20 minutes should help to brown the top crust. Or remove loaf from the pan and finish the browning in the oven. Once cooled, remove from the pan at once. With an electric knife, slice while it is still warm, otherwise allow the bread to cool completely. Wrapping it in a clean tea towel helps to reduce moisture loss. Once cooled, slice and eat on the same day, or freeze for later toasting. The “Delayed Start” function on breadmakers should not be used for gluten free loaves. If the loaf over-rises and collapses in the middle, use cold tap water to prepare the mix. If it is insufficiently risen, you may need to go to warmer water than recommended. Note: Different breadmakers and models vary so you may need to experiment to fine-tune your loaf of gluten free bread. Preferably use a breadmaker with a 'gluten free' setting.