Ok so this is really just based on the recipe on the back of the Odlums Tritamyl flour packet but it is quick to prepare and works pretty well for day to day bread if you’re in a hurry, so thought I would include it:
350g Tritamyl Plain Flour
350ml Full fat milk
1 tablespoon oil*
*Olive oil works fine but play around with different oils to get slightly different textures in your bread. I prefer Groundnut oil as it produces a bread that is slightly lighter in texture and it does not have a strong taste of its own.
- Preheat oven to about 180C
- Place flour in a large bowl and add the milk and oil.
- Beat the mixture together, either use a hand whisk or an electric one but beat it until it is really smooth and try to incorporate as much air as possible.
- Scrape the mixture into a loaf tin. I can’t praise silicone loaf tins enough. Definitely use one for this recipe if you can.
- Bake in the oven for about 45mins or until the top begins to colour and a skewer inserted into the loaf comes out clean.
- Move onto a rack to cool before slicing.
This bread, like most gluten free mixes, tastes much better when it is freshly made. You can eat it without refreshing on the day it is made, but you may prefer to toast slices after that.