Searching for some new veggie meals to try out today I came across an interesting loaf recipe.
This is the easiest bread you could ever make. No kneading. No endless proving in "a warm place". No preheat your oven. It's just Mix-And-Cook!
Nigella was the inspiration, but I've adapted to make it a savoury seed filled loaf (Nigellas used muesli packed with fruits & nuts).
Baking bread might seem a complete faff, but this is so easy. It makes a dense somewhat chewy loaf, but with homemade you know exactly what you're eating.
Mix 100g oats, 325g wholemeal flour, 100g mixed seeds (I used a mix of sunflower, pumpkin, sesame and chia), 7g easy blend yeast, 1 tsp salt with 250ml milk and 250ml water until combined. It'll look like a thick porridge, nothing like a bread dough.
Pour your dough into a greased loaf tin.
Put this tin in a cold oven, turn it on to 110C and leave it for 45 minutes. After 45 minutes turn the oven up to 180C and bake for 1 hour.
Once your loaf is cooked remove from the tin and leave to cool.
This is a great low GI loaf and eating for breakfast, with jam or eggs, will keep you from raiding the cookie jar!