Whole Wheat Bread

by 12:57 PM 17 comments

Hello people
Welcome to Rocketlooks !!!
A friend in need is a friend indeed. They tend to cheer us up within seconds by helping us forget all worries and tensions.Its not that they give proper solution for each problem, but they give such solution that you can't stop yourself from laughing.

I tried to help one of my friend who is pregnant by just few weeks. She has been married for 2 years but could not conceive , had so many complications during her pregnancy. So she is already in hell lot of dilemma as in what to do and what not to do.She strictly follows the advice of her gynae. She has given her long list for do's and don'ts.

My friend is very much happy with all the things because she don't wanna take any risk this time. But sometimes I feel very bad , how can someone be so rigid without using their brain. I know she is worried for her future bundle of joys but still. As doc advised her to avoid having foods from outside like spicy foods, Chinese, gluten products and so many blah blah like that.

  

She loves to eat bread at each meal, die hard lover of bread. But now she has stopped it, as it is available from outside. I asked her to go for wholewheat or multigrain bread which will be healthier and tasty, but she is not ready to listen anything. As it has been purchased from outside, it can cause her problem. She has made list of excuses for not eating it.

I feel very pitty on her, so decided to give a try to make wholewheat bread at home. And voila I did it. I have tried cookies and cakes but bread I have tried for the first time.

I searched for few receipes on Google, and landed on one which my sixth sense said it will work , and it worked.I got perfect brown edges with soft slices inside. I think I should not let you wait more. Here is the receipe for perfect Wholewheat bread.


Ingredients :
  • 3 cups - Wholewheat Flour (Atta)
  • 1 cup - Warm Water
  • 1 tbsp - Sugar
  • 1/2 tbsp - Dry Yeast
  • 1 tbsp - Salt
  • 2 tbsp - Butter/Oil
  • 2 tbsp - Yogurt
  • 1 tbsp - Cream

Method:
  • In a small bowl take some luke warm water + sugar + yeast. Keep it undisturbed for 10-15 min at warm place.
  • Meanwhile take another bowl, mix together flour + salt + oil + yogurt.
  • When the yeast has frothen properly add it to the flour mixture.
  • Knead the flour by adding water in small quantity, till it reaches the state where it stretches without breaking apart for 3-4 minutes.
  • Take another bowl, put the kneaded dough in it with some brushing of water on it , cover it with kitchen towel and let it rise for 1-1.5 hours.
  • Once doubled, punch the dough again and make a log. Tuck the sides in and transfer it to oiled loaf tin, and let it rise again for 30-40 min.
  • Once risen, brush the top with cream/milk and bake in a preheated oven at 220 C for 35-40 min or till the top is brown.
  • Let it cool properly in the tin and then take it out to make desired slices. Your perfect healthy wholewheat bread is ready to be served.

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17 comments :

Kirsten Toyne said...

The bread looks lovely. Homemade is so nice! Kirsten

Jenna Richards said...

Mmm this bread looks yummy.

I don't white bread anymore as I'm on the Slimming World bread and it's just too many syns.

I may have to give this recipe a go - homemade bread ALWAYS tastes so much better than shop bought!

:)

#MummyMonday

Jenna at Tinyfootsteps xx

Helen Fern said...

Looks quite good!! Thanks for sharing on the Lazy Gastronome's Whats for Dinner Sunday link up - please come back and leave us a comment too!

Sarah Jaskowski said...

Popping over from #justanotherlinky =) I have never tried making bread, let alone whole wheat bread. I may have to give it a go =) Come share your crafts, DIY's, recipes & up-cycles at #2usestuesday (Mon PM to Fri PM) & your pinnable images at #Pinbellish (Fri AM to Tues AM) over at Sarah Celebrates if you don't already!

Something Crunchy Mummy said...

I love bread and this looks great. Thanks for sharing on #justanotherlinky x

Raising Samuels said...

Looks delicious! Thanks for sharing with #SocialButterflySunday this week! Hope to see you link up again this Sunday :)

Alison said...

This looks really great. I love wholemeal bread. Thanks for sharing the recipe

Rocket Looks said...

Home made goods are always healthy and tasty. I m agree with you Kirstein.
Yes u r right Jenna, this will help you to loose weight and moreover it will taste delicious because made with so much love with your own hands.
Thanku so much Helen , Something Crunchy Mummy , Alison and Raising Samuels for stopping by, would love to link up next time too.
Yes offcourse Sarah, give it a try would love to know your experience too :-)

Sandy Sandmeyer said...

This is a very interesting bread recipe. I've never heard of adding yogurt. Thank you for sharing your recipe at the #AnythingGoes Link Party.

Sue Loncaric said...

Homemade bread is always delicious and such a beautiful aroma of bread baking. Thanks for sharing with us at #WednesdaysWisdom

Anca said...

The bread looks fab and I'm sure it is delicious too.

Rocket Looks said...

Yes it's a eggless version Sandy, to add more softness and richness.
Thanku so much Sue, I always look forward to your comments, when are you coming India ??
Thanku so much Anca for stopping by :-)

Melanie Redd said...

What a kind thing to do for a friend!

I love the post and your graciousness to a friend in need. What a sweet act!

Found you on Motivational Monday.

Hope you have a blessed day~
Melanie

Leigh said...

This looks so good! Homemade bread is the best!
(I found you at What's for Dinner Sunday #11.)

Lisa said...

Yum! I enjoy homemade bread so much and I've been looking for a good whole wheat recipe, I'll have to try this!

Miz Helen said...

Congratulations!
Your recipe is featured on Full Plate Thursday this week. Hope you are having a great day and enjoy your new Red Plate!
Come Back Soon!
Miz Helen

Rocket Looks said...

Thanku so much Melanie Redd, I love to do sacrifices for my friends whenever I get the chance, because they are ones, who help us whenever we need them.
Thanku so much Leigh for stopping by :-)
Yes Lisa give it a try and share your experience too :-)
Thanku so much Miz Helen, for featuring my post. Would looking forward for more appreciation in future.