Baking bread has been a daily thing for me ever since one of my friends showed me how easy it is. With the help of my Kitchenaid even more so.
Normally I love to eat sweet, but sometimes I just crave salty. My neighbor and I both bake and share. She once brought me her "Tomato Bread" and we all loved it. I changed it a bit more to my liking and wanted to also share it with you!
What I did was, I split the ingredients to bake a smaller loaf of bread. If you know that a lot of people will be devouring this at a party, a big one is a win. I find that they do tend to dry out fast. A small loaf is a better match for me.
What you need for a small loaf
(just double if you want a normal size)
- Half a cube of fresh yeast
- 200 ml lukewarm water
- 250 grams of whole wheat flour
- 200 grams of liquidized tomatoes
- Handful of your favorite seeds
- Thyme and Oregano (I use a lot)
- Quarter cup of chopped sun dried tomatoes (not shown in the picture because I simply forgot)
- Half teaspoon of salt
- Black Olives (I leave them out)
First you dissolve the yeast in the water. Then, you throw it in your mixing bowl of choice (I have a Kitchenaid). Add the remaining ingredients in the order of how I wrote them down. Spray your baking tin with some baking spray and bake it at 200C for about 50 min.
This is lovely to eat warm and cold. If you put some cheese on top of a slice and broil it in the oven, it tastes just like a pizza!
Enjoy and please share some bread recipes in the comments!
|My little one wanted to help decorate the plate.|