Saturday, October 03, 2009


Dear Sisters, most of my recipes are based on the metric system.
If you double click on gram you will be lead to the Wikipedia information.

I make this bread for Gunnar, cause gluten is not good for his digestive system. It's called intolerance, but not an allergy.
It's about the weirdest recipe I've ever tried out, but it works!

7(seven) eggs must be whipped with 300 g cottage cheese and 2 tablespoons of honey (optional) 1/2 cup of olive oil and 1 cup of water.
Mix in 200 g of linseed (flax seed), 100g of sesame seed, 100 g of bran of rye or oats, 2 teaspoons of baking powder, 1 small teaspoon of herb salt.
Pour this well mixed "dough"in two bread forms, baking paper and olive oil in the bottom.
Place on the lowest rill in the oven and let cook on 180 Celsius grades, also metric, for 2 (two) hours.
Let cool on a grate for 6 hours, or as long as you can bear.
The bread should become tasty, moist and durable.
I had to try three times before I succeeded.
It might be a good idea to place the linseed in water the evening before.
I usually am to slow-planned to do that.


Sara said...

i need to try this, thanks!

Terry said...

i wonder if i could use my bread making machine for this recipe felisol?
it sounds so delicious and so healthy!
bernie just loves honey.
let me know, ok? terry

Felisol said...

Dear Terry,
I have a breadmaking machine, but honestly, I don't know.
It's really easy to making by hand. No yeast or waiting for the dough to triple is size.
I have the two bread in the oven for 1 hour plus three-quarter of an hour. Both Serina and Gunnar love them. They are but three cm high, and the honey really does the trick.
From Felisol