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    Rye Bread Or Should I Say Mock Rye Bread

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    Hi everyone, I so miss pastrami on rye bread so I am looking for an easy to make, good tasting recipe. Any ideas would be awesome. Thank you.


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    the three bakers has a ready made good rye bread if you don't want to make it..


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    There are recipes, but I wouldn't call any of them easy. And it's tough to get that rye flavor. King Arthur Flour (website and catalog) has a rye flavoring that can be added to a plain recipe, and I think it's gluten-free but I'd check before buying it. You'll want caraway seeds too, and some of the recipes add molasses and cocoa powder and coffee to darken the bread.

    Here's a recipe from Bette Hagman's book The Gluten-Free Gourmet Bakes Bread:

    1-3/4 c Four Flour Bean Mix (a flour blend)

    1/4 c brown rice flour

    1-1/2 t xanthan gum

    1/2 t salt

    1 t unflavored gelatin

    1/4 c almond meal

    2 t caraway seeds

    1 t cocoa powder

    1/4 t rye flavor powder

    1-1/2 t instant coffee crystals

    1 t dried orange peel

    2 T brown sugar

    2-1/4 t dry yeast

    Combine all of the above and set aside.

    In your mixer bowl:

    1 egg + 1 egg white

    1/2 t cider vinegar

    3 T margarine or butter

    1 t molasses

    about 1 c warm water (don't put all of it in)

    Mix the wet ingredients. Gradually add the dry ingredients, adding more water if necessary to make a batter as thick as cake batter. Beat on high 3-4 minutes. Spoon into greased and rice-floured pan. Cover and let rise to the top of the pan. Bake in preheated 400 oven for 50-60 minutes.

    I have made this and it's pretty good, even without the rye flavoring, but it's not exactly the same as real rye bread after all that work. But give it a try if you want it badly enough.


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