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Does anyone have some good recipes using teff flour?

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Does anyone have some good recipes using teff flour?

Kanne, do you have a bread machine?

I have a recipe for a gorgeous multigrain loaf using teff flour.

But I also found some great things here:

http://www.mightyfoods.com/archives/2005/11/teff_ten_ways_1.html

and here, too:

http://www.teffco.com/recipes.html

I like Teff. It's small but it packs such a big nutty flavor!!

~Allison

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Yes, I have bread machine :)

Ah, then I will copy out a recipe for an amazingly gorgeous whole grain bread with teff flour.

It's got sesame, flax and sunflower seeds in it as well.

I made it once. And it's wonderful.

Her flour mix is millet, sorghum, potato starch, corn starch and tapioca.

Are you okay with those?

I'll type it out when I get home and get to the book.

It comes from Annalise Robert's book (the one with only bread machine recipes)

You will love it :)

~Allison

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Okay Kanne:

Here is your teff flour recipe:

First of all you have to mix her flour recipe.

Makes 3 cups of her flour:

1 cup millet flour,

1/2 cup sorghum,

1/2 cup corn starch,

1/2 cup sorghum flour,

1/2 cup potato starch,

1/2 cup tapioca starch

Now to the recipe:

Multi grain sandwich bread.

(remember to add the ingredients in the order your bread machine likes them, mine likes all wet first, dry after wards)

Remember to turn your crust control setting to medium

1 cup plus 2 tbs. milk

1/4 cup canola oil (canola is soy based, I don't use it, but I use vegetable oil)

2 large eggs

2 and 2/3 cups of the bread flour recipe above.

1/3 cup teff flour

3 tbs. sugar

2 and 1/4 tsp. xanthan gum

3/4 tsp. salt

1 packet active dry yeast (not bread machine or rapid rise!!)

2 tbs. flax seeds

2 tbs. sunflower seed

2 tbs. sesame seeds

**During the knead cycle put in your seeds.

The settings.

Here is the tricky part on a a bread machine.

I have a Zojirushi which uses the memory setting to make gluten-free breads.

I don't know how yours will be programed but here are the setting to mine:

Preheat=10 mins.

Knead=20 minutes

Rise 3 only (skip rise 1 and rise 2 settings!!)= 45 mins.

Bake=70 mins.

I hope you like the recipe and make it.

It's a staple for me.

Nice dark loaf!!

Let me know what you think, okay?

~Allison

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Sorry late answer ;)

In the recipe it says sorghum to timed (in the flour blend). Is it whole sorghum and then worghum flour?

I am not sure if I am able to find sorghum flour, is there any flour I can sustitue it with?

karianne

Okay Kanne:

Here is your teff flour recipe:

First of all you have to mix her flour recipe.

Makes 3 cups of her flour:

1 cup millet flour,

1/2 cup sorghum,

1/2 cup corn starch,

1/2 cup sorghum flour,

1/2 cup potato starch,

1/2 cup tapioca starch

Now to the recipe:

Multi grain sandwich bread.

(remember to add the ingredients in the order your bread machine likes them, mine likes all wet first, dry after wards)

Remember to turn your crust control setting to medium

1 cup plus 2 tbs. milk

1/4 cup canola oil (canola is soy based, I don't use it, but I use vegetable oil)

2 large eggs

2 and 2/3 cups of the bread flour recipe above.

1/3 cup teff flour

3 tbs. sugar

2 and 1/4 tsp. xanthan gum

3/4 tsp. salt

1 packet active dry yeast (not bread machine or rapid rise!!)

2 tbs. flax seeds

2 tbs. sunflower seed

2 tbs. sesame seeds

**During the knead cycle put in your seeds.

The settings.

Here is the tricky part on a a bread machine.

I have a Zojirushi which uses the memory setting to make gluten-free breads.

I don't know how yours will be programed but here are the setting to mine:

Preheat=10 mins.

Knead=20 minutes

Rise 3 only (skip rise 1 and rise 2 settings!!)= 45 mins.

Bake=70 mins.

I hope you like the recipe and make it.

It's a staple for me.

Nice dark loaf!!

Let me know what you think, okay?

~Allison

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Sorry late answer ;)

In the recipe it says sorghum to timed (in the flour blend). Is it whole sorghum and then worghum flour?

I am not sure if I am able to find sorghum flour, is there any flour I can sustitue it with?

Oops!!

I meant to type this, sorry!!

1 cup millet flour,

1/2 cup sorghum flour,

1/2 cup corn starch,

1/2 cup potato starch,

1/2 cup tapioca starch

Sorghum is pretty much sorghum.

I don't know if you can substitute things.

However, if you can find a place which sells Bob's Red Mill Flour, they do have a bag od sorghum flour.

Good luck :)

~Allison

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Well.. I only find toro, semper, jyttemel, teff, holmens melblanding, fibra teff and some places Schar flour mixes.

I live in norway ;):rolleyes:

Oops!!

I meant to type this, sorry!!

1 cup millet flour,

1/2 cup sorghum flour,

1/2 cup corn starch,

1/2 cup potato starch,

1/2 cup tapioca starch

Sorghum is pretty much sorghum.

I don't know if you can substitute things.

However, if you can find a place which sells Bob's Red Mill Flour, they do have a bag od sorghum flour.

Good luck :)

~Allison

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Well.. I only find toro, semper, jyttemel, teff, holmens melblanding, fibra teff and some places Schar flour mixes.

I live in norway ;):rolleyes:

Perhaps, Nora_N who lives in Norway can tell you where to get sorghum flour?

When I look up the swedish word for sorghum, I find that it is sorghum.

On the off chance that there is an Indian market (!!) near you, you can get sorghum flour there, it's called jowar flour.

Aside from that, maybe Nora_N will know.

Sorry I can't be of any more help.

~Allison

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Perhaps, Nora_N who lives in Norway can tell you where to get sorghum flour?

When I look up the swedish word for sorghum, I find that it is sorghum.

On the off chance that there is an Indian market (!!) near you, you can get sorghum flour there, it's called jowar flour.

Aside from that, maybe Nora_N will know.

Sorry I can't be of any more help.

~Allison

I found out that I can get autentic food sorghummel. It was very expensive but I will give it a try one day.

I really love to bake ;)

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