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Gluten-free recipes for bread

Cassava flour is an all-time perfect gluten-free replacement for wheat flour. It’s a unique ingredient and possesses diverse properties. Once you become familiar with using Cassava-flour, eventually you will preferably use it in your grainless and gluten-free baking. Moreover, It is one of the favorite ingredients of bakers who used it as a substitute for whole wheat flour while making gluten-free cupcakes and Gluten-free recipes for bread.

Among the famous cassava flour recipes are gluten-free recipes for bread. An easy and delicious recipe is that of White Vegan gluten-free bread. It is yeast-free as well and can be preserved for a long time.

What is special in gluten-free recipes for bread?

Gluten-free recipes for bread with the use of cassava powder are soft, fluffy, and mushy. These bread have a strong crust. Besides it, these bread like White Vegan bread is easy to make with simple ingredients. Unlike other gluten-free bread, it does not lose moisture when you store it for a longer time. In addition to it, it is an oil-free, yeast-free bread. You will definitely love its savor.

What do you need to make White Vegan gluten-free bread?

Cassava flour—an all-purpose gluten-free flour
Salt
Baking powder
Baking soda
Apple cider vinegar
Water
Psyllium husk fiber
Maple syrup (optional)

Steps to follow in this gluten-free Baking

Firstly, preheat the oven for a few minutes
Next, take a mixing bowl and add in it the gluten-free flour, cassava powder, psyllium husk powder, and salt. Now mix them well
Add the maple syrup, water, and oil and stir it slowly.
Then, increasing the speed of mixing the ingredients, keep mixing for 2-3mins.
Grease the pan with oil or butter to pour the batter into it.
Now, tap the pan gently to smooth the batter in the pan.
Cover the pan with plastic wrap and keep it aside.
Wait till the batter doubles rising to the top of the pan.
Now remove the plastic wrap and place the pan in the oven preheated at 350 degrees F.
Bake it till 40-45mins
Lastly, ensure that the bread is done by placing an instant-read thermometer in the middle of the bread. If the reading is around 205 degrees F, your bread is ready.
Take out the bread from the pan and let it cool for 5-10 mins
Turn the bread onto a tray and allow it to cool completely.
Finally, slice the bread and serve!

Instructions while using the ingredients in gluten-free recipes for bread

Can I Replace the Flour?

Notably, both the flours enlisted in the ingredients of this gluten-free recipe of bread should not be replaced with any other flour. The combination of these two works very well. Moreover, the gluten-free flour suggested in this recipe should be with or without Xanthan gum

Is Psyllium husk fiber necessary to add?
Undoubtedly, Psyllium husk fiber works as a secret agent in recipes. It binds together the loaves of bread and gives them a nice structure. Additionally, Psyllium husk fiber gives the bread a soft, spongy touch like store-bought bread. Besides it, it also helps the bread retain its moisture.

Why I should use Maple syrup?

A little sweetness merged with the perfect soft texture of the bread adds to its taste. Therefore, adding a little amount of maple syrup gives a more scrumptious taste to the bread. However, if it is excluded from the recipe, it won’t spoil the taste of bread. Adding honey and sugar-free maple syrup will also give the same results.

How can you enhance the taste and flavor of the bread?

Indeed, increasing a few ingredients enhances the flavors of the bread but their addition depends upon the taste which varies from person to person. These additions could be:

Topping a handful of raisins and cinnamon
Shredded cheese and minced garlic
Cumin, chili powder, and garlic powder
Moreover, a variety of seeds like sesame seeds, chia seeds, or sunflower seeds can be sprinkled on the batter.

How can you serve this bread?

Finally, the bread is ready now you can serve this bread with soups and chilis. You can also use it for making sandwiches. At your own choice, you can either take the loaves as the toasts or use spreads on them.

Enjoy the Recipe 🥳

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