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Instant Semolina Bread No Yeast Recipe


no yeast semolina bread
No yeast, no maida bread!Of course, this is not a semolina Italian bread, but the use of olive oil makes it Italian like - which is both healthy and tasty. A little denser than other whole grain flours, semolina bread is hearty and rich, with a heavy yet crumbly texture and amazing flavor.

Yes, in addition to my yeast-free bread baking spree, today, I bring to you instant semolina bread - which is more or less baked like a cake, with the difference being in the amount of oil, sugar used. The soft, spongy, crumbly bread will steal away your heart and I am sure this eggless, no yeast bread will become too common in your home. Yes, do not be surprised if sandwich bread makes an entry into your regular meal planning.

I do not say you will forget the yeast bread from the market, but for people with allergies, this semolina bread makes a great substitute, for


  • it does not use yeast
  • it does not use maida/all-purpose flour
  • it does not require kneading
  • it does not require proofing
  • it does not require anything other than semolina
So does that make a great bread?

Yes, for people with celiac disease or food allergies or sensitivities may find this semolina yeast free bread a perfect substitute.
no yeast bread

Why is Maida Bad?

The semolina bread without yeast has a sweet and subtle flavor imparted by honey. Bursting with a unique aroma of semolina, the no knead bread recipe is a keeper for people who do not have the time or patience to wait for proofing.


Of course, this saves you from using yeast as well.
Moreover, the bread has a great texture, flavor, and taste and has an edge over maida/all-purpose flour breads. The yeast breads are lighter and fluffier compared to no yeast breads.

When the bread was baking in my oven, my whole house was filled with a unique aroma that I wanted to open the oven and savor the baking goodie!!

Is semolina whole grain is a question that often pops up in the mind of health freaks.

Compared to whole wheat flour, which comprises endosperm, bran, and germ, semolina flour only comprises the endosperm and is higher in carbs. It is a healthier alternative to all-purpose/white flour but not better than whole grains.

Thanks to Parul Bansal for sharing her semolina bread recipe in my group, which inspired me to try its no yeast version.

Ingredients
3 cups- semolina (suji)
2 tbsp- milk powder (or rice flour/barley flour)
3 tbsp- olive oil (any other vegetable oil will also work)
1 tsp- salt
2 tbsp-honey
1/4 cup- curd
1 tsp- baking soda +1 tsp lime juice (you can use 1 tsp of baking powder as well...I didn't due to allergy)
Warm water to make batter, more like a v loose, sticky dough
Little lemon peel grated (lime zest)

Procedure
bread recipe using semolina flour

recipes with semolina flour

no yeast garlic rolls
  1. Mix semolina, milk powder, salt, and rice flour. You may add milk powder to enhance the taste...rice flour is optional...it is a substitute for milk powder...of course you may use both in equal quantity, that is, 2tbsp each.
  2. In a separate bowl, add olive oil,honey, curd, and baking soda+ lime juice
  3. Whisk the wet ingredients well. It will get frothy when you add baking soda.
  4. Add grated lemon peel for aroma. You may skip this step.
  5. Mix wet and dry ingredients.
  6. Add warm water to make a thick batter or very loose sticky dough. This is more like a cake batter.
  7. Meanwhile preheat oven at 180 degrees for 10 mts
  8. Pour the batter in a greased pan.
  9. First, bake for 30 mts at 180 degrees.
  10. Bake for 20 mts at 170 degrees.
  11. Rest the no yeast bread in the refrigerator for some time.
  12. Take out on a cooling rack. Cut into pieces and enjoy.
  13. You may be interested in garlic bread rolls with oatmeal.
  14. We have many recipes with semolina flour that you may want to try. If you like semolina, then do try the pan fried suji kachori recipe.
no yeast focaccia recipe
Another recipe with semolina flour is suji momos.

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