Spelt and Oats No-knead Bread (pane con avena e farro)
I like the idea of no-knead recipes for bread!
The benefits of oats and spelt have been glorified by the health conscious and seem to be living a new renaissance these days. How lovely to think that these have been staple ingredients in the Italian diet since time immemorial, proving once more that our traditional cuisine boasts health recipes to suit most dietary requirements. Naturally such perks are complemented by one other fundamental asset: the both impart a warm, nutty flavour to bread, making them you best allay in the kitchen. So, if you are trying to stay away from refined white bread, this recipe might be just what the doctor ordered.
INGREDIENTS, makes 1 loaf
300 gr (2-3/4 cups) of spelt flour
200 gr (1- 2/3 cups) of unbleached baker’s flour or all purpose flour
380 ml (1- 2/3 cups) of lukewarm water
1 teaspoon of dry yeast
1 teaspoon of honey
2 teaspoons of salt
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July 6, 2015 at 3:29 am
Sounds delicious! I really wish I could be bothered to get my bread baking on. This may just be the inspiration I require. Thanks for sharing. 🙂