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No Yeast Whole Meal Bread

oats bread
As mentioned earlier, we are not buying bread for over a year, so I have experimented with a few bread recipes on my own. However, this time I wanted to include oats as well to give a healthier twist to our breads.

Again, oatmeal does not disappoint. It's such a relief to find the healthiest of grains giving me the best results in bread making. This is a softer bread than my previous bread varieties - no yeast ragi bread and whole wheat bread no yeast.

To enhance flavor, I have included garlic - so it is garlic wheat-oats bread without yeast.

I also added fermented urad dal and oat meal batter, which is optional for this recipe. It was merely an experiment, and I am not sure if it did make any difference to the recipe.




Let's turn to the recipe now:

Atta Oats Bread Ingredients
1/2 cup- oats
1/2 cup- atta (whole wheat flour)
1/2 tsp- sugar
salt as per taste
1/2 tsp- baking soda
whey to knead dough (should be soft, but not too sticky) - whey is the leftover water when you make paneer - if you do not have whey, add 1 tbsp of curd and knead dough with milk
Roasted & dried onion-ginger-garlic powder for aroma (optional)
garlic -5-7
2 tbp- urad dal fermented (optional)
1 tbsp- oil/ghee

No yeast Bread Procedure
atta oats bread


  1. Mix all dry ingredients.
  2. Add oil/ghee. Rub with hands.
  3. Next add fermented urad dal if you want to.
  4. Now add whey or curd.
  5. Knead into a soft dough for 5-8 minutes- should not be too sticky.
  6. Keep aside in a warm place for an hour.
  7. Cover with a wet cloth.
  8. After an hour, punch the dough in the center - then roll out from the edges.
  9. Knead the dough again - do not overdo, as this may stop the proofing process.
  10. Now keep aside covered with a wet cloth in a warm place - if you are baking in an oven/microwave, then grease a baking pan and keep the dough in that.
  11. I kept the no yeast bread dough in microwave.
  12. Let it rest overnight.
  13. By morning, it would have risen.
  14. Take a tawa (iron skillet), place a steel plate over it.
  15. Now take a stand and place above the plate.
  16. Place the baking bowl with the dough above the stand.
  17. Cover everything with a big vessel. I used patila (used for boiling milk).
  18. Bake on a low flame for 30-40 minutes - may take longer or little shorter.
  19. Insert a knife to see if it is done.
  20. Allow it to cool down.
  21. Cut into slices and enjoy.
  22. These measurements would give you a mini oat wheat bread loaf. You may increase the amount for a bigger one.

Comments

  1. Mindblowing ! You are now forcing me to bake one 😠

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  2. Mindblowing ! You are now forcing me to bake one 😠

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    1. Go ahead :) I am sure you are going to make this recipe even better.

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