Nov 27, 2015

Healthy Brown Bread Recipe - 100% Whole Wheat Bread Recipe



Since we have started dieting, we have been trying to eat healthy and low fat dishes. One of my all time life saver is wheat bread. We enjoy it during morning, it is perfect. But in my place, the bread which we get as brown bread or wheat bread has all purpose flour added in them to make it soft. So we are kind of staying away from it.


I have made so many version of bread in my blog, so far this is the best whole wheat bread i have ever made. It is sturdy enough, slices perfectly and has a great texture and flavour to it. I specially love this bread when it is toasted, i used this in my avocado toast recipe.


Hope you will give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you..


Preparation Time : 10 mins
Rising Time : 2 to 3 hours
Baking Time : 45 mins
Makes : one 9x5 inch loaf
Recipe Source: Laurainthekitchen

Ingredients:

Whole Wheat Flour / Atta - 4 cups / 480
No Fat Dry Milk Powder or Milk Powder - 1/3 cup / 40 gram
Salt - 2 tsp
Oil - 3 tblspn
Dry Yeast - 2 tsp
Honey - 1/4 cup
Warm Water - 1 1/3 cup / 320 ml
Sugar - 1 tsp

Method:

Take yeast and sugar in a bowl, add in 1/3 cup of warm water over it, mix well and let it sit and activate till it is bubbly.

Take flour, milk powder, salt in a bowl and mix well.

Make a well in the center and add in the yeast mix, honey, oil and more water. Knead this to a soft dough. You have to knead this for a good 5 to 7 mins.

Now oil the dough lightly, cover it with plastic wrap and let it rise for an hour or two till it is doubled in size.

Now take the dough and knead it well. Flatten it to the size of the loaf pan.

Start rolling and pinch the edges. Now put this seamed side down in the loaf pan and cover it with plastic wrap. Let it rise for 45 mins or so.

During the last 10 mins or rising, preheat oven to 170 degree C. Oil the 9x5 inch loaf pan lightly with oil.

Now Put this in oven and bake for 45 mins.

Remove it and let it cool for 15 mins in the pan, remove it from pan and cool it completely.

Slice and serve.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients


Take yeast and a tsp of sugar in a bowl


add in little luke warm water


mix well and set aside till it is gets activated


just like this..look how bubbly it has got


now take wheat flour in a bowl


add in milk powder..i used skimmed milk powder


add in salt


give this a really good mix


make a well in the center


pour in the wet ingredients
drizzle in honey


add in some oil


add little water as needed


mix well


knead this to a soft dough...You have to knead this for a good 5 to 7 mins


now add in oil


coat it well


cover it with a plastic wrap


let it rise..


knead it well


brush the loaf pan with oil so nothing sticks


i took the dough out 


you have to flatten it to the size of the pan


now roll it


roll like this


when you come to the end


pinch the edges


i checked the size of the bread to the pan


place it into the pan


i just brushed the top with some oil


cover and let it rise


now it is risen


bake them


look how beautiful this loaf looks


Cool it completely and slice..


The slices were sturdy and very flavourful as well..

22 comments:

  1. Hi Aarathi!

    The bread looks yummy. I'd love to try this.

    Is the dry yeast you've used here same as instant yeast? and which brand of wheat atta have you used?

    Thanks.

    Warm regards,
    Chaitra

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  2. @Chaitra Bahumani used ashirvaad. And you can use instant yeast as well.

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  3. The bread looks ausum! Can yu tell me the measurement to be used if i use instant yeast?
    As last time i used the exact measurement of dry yeast for my instant yeast for the basic white bread recipe of yours. It was hard and very yeasty smelled and didnt come out well.

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  4. Hi, can I halv it proportionately? How do replace honey?

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  5. Hi.. As this is winter season in Delhi so how much time will it take to rise/Ferment...

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  6. Hi Aarthi,
    wheat bread looks so yummy.tempted to try it soon. can i replace milk powder with milk and reduce water?

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  7. Can we use fresh milk instead of dry milk, if so how much?

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  8. Is there a substitute for milk powder as I don't have any at home. Thanks

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  9. @AnonymousIt depends on the climate. You can heat your oven for 2 mins, then put the bowl inside it and turn off the oven, this way the dough will rise soon

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  10. @Unknownyes u can halve it, you can use sugar instead of honey tpoo

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  11. Hi Aarthi

    Can you please provide the measurement for the ingredients in weights (Grams)
    Thanks!

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  12. Hi arthi I tried this receipe twice and it comes out like a cake. I used all the above measurements and still dough doesn't raise enough.can u please guide.

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  13. @dhivya swaminathanit may be because the yeast is not activated. first allow the yeast to bloom then use it

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  14. Wou, great, i will give a try. I use the smaller pans, i love your loaf pan. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. Hi!
    The dough rose well and everything else was fine,but the bread was very dense and more like a cake.
    Can we add baking powder or baking soda to make it fluffy?

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    1. since it is 100% wheat, the bread will be little dense

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  16. KirthikashyamganeshJuly 20, 2016 at 6:46 PM

    Hi
    This looks very good...I'm totally new to baking...I tried out ur recipe ....the outer crust came out well but inside its not cooked..I kept in the oven for extra 5 mins..but still it dint workout..help me solve this please

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