Flat Bread Recipe
Yeastless Bread Recipe for Easy Homemade Bread
and an Easy Soda Bread Recipe
Gluten-Free Diets / Dairy-Free Diets / Yeast-Free Diets / Vegan Diets
A Yeastless Bread Recipe Substitute
This is an easy to make gluten-free bread recipe for making flatbread without wheat flour or other grains associated with gluten problems. This is a yeast-free and dairy free recipe as are all of my recipes found on this website.
Although this is a soda bread recipe, it does not have a strong baking soda taste often associated with soda bread. This recipe and all other recipes on this website especially benefits people who have gluten sensitivity, Candida albicans yeast problems, stomach gas disturbances, heartburn, digestive upsets, nausea, indigestion, food allergies and various other health problems. Many of the above mentioned problems occur due to ingredients in recipes that might greatly disturb the digestive tract as well as other systems of the body including teeth, gums, and other oral tissues.
You will have fresh,delicious soda bread within just a few minutes of preparation.
Yeast Free Flatbread Bread Recipe
(Pancake or Flatbread Style)
Yeast Bread Substitute
1 tbs. Olive Oil
1 1/2 cup purified or distilled water
Dash sea salt
1 cup whole grain flour (preferably organic)
1 cup unbleached white flour (preferably organic - not refined, i.e. Bob's Red Mill or Whole Foods Co. 365 brand unbleached white spelt flour).
1/2 tsp. Rumford brand (non-aluminum) baking powder
Note1: If using non-glutenous flours such as rice flour, millet flour, buckwheat flour, amaranth flour, corn flour, corn meal, potato flour, garbanzo bean flour, and etc., they will not hold together well unless mixed with glutenous flour(s) or a binding agent such as egg.
You may want to use this recipe: http://naturarx.com/recipes/gluten-free-bread-loaf.html
Batter Preparation and Cooking:
Mix first three ingredients
Add in flour and baking powder (mix well to smooth, pancake-like batter consistency)
Prepare skillet by rubbing inside of pan with paper towel dipped in olive oil
Let pan sit for 10 minutes
Place pan on burner at medium low heat and wait approximately 3 minutes before adding batter to center of pan
Tilt pan in circular motion until bottom of pan is coated with batter to desired thickness
When top appears to have a slightly dry appearance, lift flatbread pancake with spatula, flip and cook opposite side
Cooking time for flatbread pancakes is approximately 1 minute each side
Note2: Add additional water or flour for desired consistency
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© 1997 by Mary L. Rodio, Ph.D.
Formulator of Dentizyme™ and other natural remedies, Dr. Rodio is an Ethnobotanical Research Scientist and the Director of Natura Health Services, Inc. in Scottsdale, Arizona. She researches how plants, foods, and customs influence the health of cultures around the world - socially, emotionally, and physically.