April 13, 2008

Oat flakes Bread - Bread Baking Day #09

This is already the third BBD for me, time runs. This round is hosted by Paulchens FoodBlog and the task is to bake bread with oats. Monthes ago I baked this bread already, however I was not completly happy with it and it was the perfect occasion to retry. I like its taste very much, but it might be that the crust is a bit too hard.

100 g oat flakes
200 g wheat flour
200 g rye wholemeal flour

1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon sugar
20 g fresh yeast
300 ml milk&water mix

Roast oat flakes. In a bowl add yeast, sugar and lukewarm milk-water mixture. As soon as yeast is swimming on top, add flour, oat flakes, salt and knead a dough. Let the dough go for an hour. Place dough in a form, sprinke the top with water, add some oat flakes on top and let it go for another 30 minutes. Bake for 1 hour on 180°C.


ICook4Fun said...

I always make cookies with oatmeal but never on bread. By the way what is the white thing on top of the bread? It looks like pickle radish to me :) :)

chriesi said...

Sliced Icicle Radish, that is quite thin and long and it is has a white peel.

Melita said...

Hi! Bread looks really yummy!

zorra said...

Rye flour loves sour, so perhaps you need to add some yoghurt or so. Thanks for your participation.

Susan said...

The pickle radish makes a very unique garnish!

Tatter said...

Mmm...your bread has all the ingredients I love. I need to make it, perhaps introducing one small change...will sour the rye flour :D

Anonymous said...

This sounds like a healthy bread, with fewer calories than in regular white bread. great recipe!

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