I decided to get some more flour so I could do my own mix but I have noticed that a lot of recipes use a mixture of GF flours. While we were out I went in Holland and Barrett and they had Quinoa flour reduced from £8 to £2 so I bought that. (I would never pay £8)
Yesterday I thought I would just have an experiment at mixing a few flours and see what happened, this is the recipe I came up with...
100g Quinoa flour
50g brown rice flour
50g potato starch
100g gf plain flour
300ml tepid water
15ml olive oil
7gm dry yeast
1/2 tsp xanthan gum
Put the flour, yeast, water, xanthan gum and oil in a bowl and mix gently until all combined, pour into a 1lb loaf tin and cover. Leave to rise, mine did take about 20 minutes but keep an eye on it.
Bake in the oven on 200c for 30 minutes.
This loaf didn't look as pretty as last weeks creation but it is actually lighter, it also toasts really well.