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I got the idea for this recipe from another posted on recipezaar. Kept fiddling with it until I've come up with this. It is lighter, though still dense but not as crusty. I change the flours and oils as I feel like it to change the flavour. Do not be tempted to use only one kind of flour, the bread will not have a nice bite, and will be a bit bland. You can use bread flour or plain white flour mix,(purchased pre mixed). Or your own! I always use 2/3 of one mix, and then add a third of another flour. For instance: 2 cups of white mix, half cup instant polenta and half cup of tapioca or potato flour. OR two cups of dark breadflour mix, plus teff or sorghum(aka jewar), then half cup tapioca or potato flour and half cup of nuts or ground flax seed, and so on. If you mix flours, taste a bit of the flour mix before you go on, if you don't like the taste, don't continue you won't enjoy it once its baked. For oil I use olive or sesame, and for a white loaf usually corn oil. You can sprinkle poppy seed or sesame seeds on top. This recipe is enough for two 12" pizza bases, but easily halved.
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Serving Size: 1 (11 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 10
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