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I have done this twice now, I am not sure if I am doing it wrong, I have a 1lb machine and I have been doing the median recipe. However this is still spilling over the edge. If I cut the recipe by half would this work or would this give me a less of a loaf in reduced size? Could anyone help please.
Sorry to hear it's not quite going as planned. You could try halving the large recipe to offer a smaller quantity and see how this works in your machine. Unfortunately all machines are different and will need small adjustments from time to time. Best of luck! - Doves Farm
Just made this recipe in a Panasonic SD-255 on the gluten-free cycle - perfect result! Well risen, sliceable, soft and tasty. BUT when weighing the milk on digital scales I note that 12oz is 340g NOT 310g. I used 310g and result was fab - using 340g might not have worked so well!
I used half milk half water, and the egg whites but no egg yolks.. It came out a lot lighter than when I stuck completely to the recipe!
1st attempt turned our great, followed this recipe which was the same as on the packet and used the GF programme on my Panasonic breadmaker, my newly coeliac daughter said it was the best bread she'd ever had, happy mum!
I use phil vickery's recipe instead
Third attempt, still can't get it right :-(
We suggest you might like to try baking this bread by hand instead Sharron. It is very simple and does not take the effort of traditional bread making as only vigourous mixing rather than 'kneading' is required. Try this for a brown loaf: http://www.dovesfarm.co.uk/recipes/gluten-free-oven-baked-brown-bread/
I have a new Logic bread maker,it doesn't have a wheat/gluten free program. several disasters so far. some recipes suggest looking baking on a 3 hour program, others a rapid setting. I'm completely baffled. I prefer Brown bread to white.can any one help with timings? and I will try the recipe on the pack. thank you
Hi, We suggest that you of course give the recipe on the packet a go, but the results may differ from different machines/setting etc. Unfortunately, we do not have one of those specific machines here to test ourselves, so we suggest you contact the manufacturer and ask for their advice on Gluten Free recipes. Thanks, Doves Farm.
I went with Kevin's suggestions and adapted the recipe and only used 3 tbsp oil, and 1 tbsp sugar. Added a little more yeast and did half milk half fizzy water.
Brilliant bread! So much better than the store bought stuff.
Think I will add more yeast next time and only egg whites, as he also suggested, as it was a little cakey, but still, for gluten free bread this is AWESOME.
By Mrs Mary Rose Camenzuli
22 Dec 2012 | 17:01 GMT
I have just baked an excellent GF loaf of bread in my bread maker by using your recipe on the packet. It tasted really good,had the right texture and could be easily sliced. Thank you for a wonderful recipe, will definitely bake more bread.
Can anyone recommend a setting to use for the Hinari HB174 breadmaker please?