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No Yeast Bread for Hot Dog Base


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Looking for a no yeast bread recipe? This one can come in handy.

People of all age groups love hot dog. But it isn't the healthiest food option. So I decided to take a plunge into the making of hot dog - yes, yeast-free hot dog base. I added exactly the same ingredients as that of yeast-free bread. Voila! 

The result I got was good, though it does not give you the same taste as the market-bought hot dog, it is a good alternative for those looking for a no yeast option.

Whether you want to avoid yeast the beast for health reasons, histamine intolerance, yeast allergy, or due to religious belief, this no yeast bread recipe can be the answer to satiate your garlic bread cravings. 

Did I say this is a whole wheat bread no yeast no maida?

White flour or all-purpose flour is the worst ingredient to include in your recipes. It does your bodies no good; rather, it only adds carbs and empty calories in your bodies. 

Maida has been a cause of serious health issues. 

So let's see how I prepared the no-yeast garlic bread for hot dog base.





Yeast-Free Bread Hot Dog Recipe:

1 cup- wheat flour 
2 tbsp - oil/ butter/ ghee
7-8 roasted garlic cloves
3/4 cup - whey (you may need more to knead the dough) (or you may use curd/butter milk instead)
salt - as per taste 
sugar -1/4 tsp
Baking soda - 1/2 tsp
Baking powder-1/2 tsp

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How To Make Yeast Free Bread with Whole Wheat
Take a bowl.  Mix wheat flour, baking soda, and baking powder. Use a sieve to mix the ingredients well. 
Add oil, salt, sugar, garlic cloves to the flour. Rub garlic cloves into the flour.
Finally, add whey to prepare the dough. 
Make sure the dough is not sticky. 
The dough should not be too hard. Make sure it is not too soft. If it feels sticky, add little more flour. 
Keep aside for 7-8 hours. I kept overnight.
In the morning, knead the dough very well for at least 5 minutes.
Press the dough flat.Lift from one side to another. Pat it well into a log.
If you want, you may use a fork to prick the dough for even heating.
Take a skillet (tawa). Place a heavy steel plate and grease it.
Place the log dough over it and cover with a big bowl.
Let it bake on slow flame. 
Keep an eye on it. It may take anywhere between 15 and 25 minutes.
I baked one side and then another. The second side took merely 5-8 minutes.

yeast-free bread for hot dog base
Prepare filling for no yeast garlic bread:
Boiled potato- 2
Boiled peas (not too soft, should be crunchy)- 1/4 cup or less
Ginger-chilly paste- 1 tbsp
Coriander leaves (I had coriander-garlic chutney, so I added that)
Salt as per taste
Paneer (cottage cheese)- your choice (optional)
Chopped Onion-1

Mash potatoes. Mix with chopped onions. Add ginger-chilly paste. Mix well. Add peas, salt, and coriander powder. If you wish you can add coriander leaves as well.

Make a horizontal cut mid way into the hot dog log. Add the potato-peas filling.
Heat a skillet (tawa). Place the hot dog over it. Let it fry for a couple of minutes.
Fry both sides. 
Enjoy the yeast free bread or hot dog with coriander chutney or condiment of your choice. 

Here is my latest yeast free focaccia with semolina.
no yeast bread recipe

I have tried yeast-free ragi bread as well.

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