Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Oat flour bread

I didn’t have oat flour in my pantry, but I did have oat meal in my pantry, which we usually eat for breakfast. So, to get oat flour I ground the oat meal in grinder, and it worked all fine.

Here is my oat flour bread recipe:

Half cup all-purpose flour

Half cup oat flour

Two tbsp. firmly packed brown sugar1 tsp. baking powder

One fourth tsp. baking soda

1/4 tsp. salt

Two tbsp. vegetable oil 

One egg

Half cup cold milk

One tsp. vinegar

One fourth cup raisins

One fourth cup chopped almonds

Take the cold milk in a cup, add vinegar into it. Keep aside for ten minutes, it’ll curdle.
In a big mixing bowl, mix all the dry ingredients, except the sugar, and keep aside.
In another mixing bowl, mix oil,sugar, and egg with an electric mixer until smooth, and fluffy.
 In the same mixture add milk and vinegar mixture, and mix well.
Pour the dry mixture , and mix well. 
Preheat the oven at 350 degree F.
Take a 9”X5” baking pan. Grease it with an oil spray. Pour the mixture into it. Bake for half an hour or until a knife inserted in the middle comes out clean.


The Joy of Home with Martha Ellen said...

I love that you made your own oat flour Krishna! Your bread looks delicious, my friend. ♥

Margaret-whiteangel said...

That looks lovely.
If I make loaves of whatever they rarely get eaten by us - if visitors come it's good to have them in our house.

Annie's Journal said...

Is this your breakfast Krishna?! Wow! I would love to join you every morning for looks good:) Thanks for sharing how you make your oat bread.

Jeanie said...

Looks good, Krishna, and very healthy!

Kathy Leonia said...

looks jummy and healthy!

JoJo said...

That sounds great! Although I'd have to eliminate the almonds cause I'm allergic.

Mildred said...

Hi! Your bread looks delicious and very healthy. I would love a slice for breakfast.
Enjoy your day. xo

♥ Łucja-Maria ♥ said...

Hello Dear Krishna!
It smelled of me at home. The cake looks very appetizing.
The best are homemade cakes.
Kisses and greetings from Poland.

Rue said...

YUM! I never would have thought to grind oatmeal. Great idea :)

Thank you so much for your visit.


Beauty Unearthly said...

Thank you for recipe :-)

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Krishna, Oh how delicious your break looks. It would be perfect with a cup of tea. Thank you for sharing the recipe. Wishing you a nice weekend ahead. xo

Kathy Leonia said...

i think the same;D

eileeninmd said...

Hello, your bread does look delicious. Home made is always better than store bought. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

white and vintage said...

The bread looks very delicious! Thanks for this recept.
Lovely greetings,

Julia Shkvo said...

Very good post, Darling! <3
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Anya Dryagina said...

Wow! It looks very healthy!

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