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Multigrain Bread, Homemade Multigrain Bread
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 on 16 Jul 20 06:08 PM


Quick and healthy recipe.Thanks for sharing. I have made this recipe from True Elements Multigrain Oats, it was amazing
Multigrain Bread, Homemade Multigrain Bread
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 on 09 Jul 20 07:50 AM


This seems like a great recipe and I''m going to try it today. But i notice that there''s no oil or butter in it. Is that an oversight or deliberate? Thanks.
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Tarla Dalal    Geeta, there are two stages to use oil. Once for greasing the tin and at the end to brush your bread will oil. So go ahead and bake this fab recipe.
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11 Jul 20 01:13 PM
Multigrain Bread, Homemade Multigrain Bread
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 on 23 Jun 20 09:41 PM


This recipe is the best (even without gluten powder and calcium propagate powder). I just tried for the first time and it came out so perfect. I used 2 cups wheat flour and one cup of pearl millet in this recipe and it is still perfect. The water we use clearly differs based on many factors (I have to use less water to make the dough) but I believe it completely depends on what kind of flours we all use. Keep up the great work. It''s not easy to find perfect recipe with simple ingredients (I believe all recipe''s always starts with simple ingredients at first). This is a good example for it :)
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Tarla Dalal    Nandhini : Thanks for the super comment. For the last 4 months, this bread has been made every alternate day at Tarla Dalal''s home as her grand daughters are health freaks. The bread is dense and super healthy and our wish is that every one makes this at home. This is far healthier and tastier than most breads sold in India.
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29 Jun 20 05:32 PM
Multigrain Bread, Homemade Multigrain Bread
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 on 03 May 20 07:00 AM


Dear Tarla Dalalji We tried this lovely bread and it turned out amazing. We bake this bread almost 2 times a week. I wanted to know if i increase the size of bread or reduce the size will the baking time still remain the same or I would have to make adjustments. As I wanted to make a 11” x 4” x 4” loaf and also a smaller version of 5” x 3” x 2.5”. Please advice
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Tarla Dalal    Hi, If you increase the recipe double and put in one big tin, then there will be slight difference in the timing, but the temperature will remain the same. When smaller in size all will remain the same the temperature and the timing.
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04 May 20 01:49 PM
Multigrain Bread, Homemade Multigrain Bread
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 on 30 Apr 20 03:42 PM


pls give me some tips for yeast fermentation as my dry yeast never fermented
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Tarla Dalal    Hi Nazish, to bloom the yeast you need two important things warm water and sugar, mix the sugar and yeast in a bowl and add warm water to it. The water should be warm enough to touch and not hot! Mix the yeast water and sugar mixture well, cover and set aside. Check after 5 minutes if its bloomed. Try and use fresh packet of yeast.
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01 May 20 01:12 AM
Multigrain Bread, Homemade Multigrain Bread
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 on 28 Apr 20 09:24 PM


Made this super healthy bread. Came out great and I skipped using gluten powder and calcium propogate powder as they were optional.
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Tarla Dalal    Thank you for your feedback. Happy cooking.!
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29 Apr 20 01:35 AM
Multigrain Bread, Homemade Multigrain Bread
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 on 09 Mar 20 01:10 PM


HI Can i make this multigrain bread recipe without gulten . Do you have any gluteen free multigrain bread receipe
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Tarla Dalal    Hi, If the gluten powder is not easily available, you can skip it and make it. But make sure to consume it within 2 to 3 days. We do not have multigrain bread which is gluten free.
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11 Mar 20 05:16 PM
Multigrain Bread, Homemade Multigrain Bread
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 on 18 Sep 19 02:50 AM


Love the recipe! Can I use egg as a substitute for gluten powder?
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Tarla Dalal    Hi, We have not tried using egg in the recipe .. if gluten powder is not accessible, you can avoid it..
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18 Sep 19 05:21 PM
Multigrain Bread, Homemade Multigrain Bread
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 on 09 Sep 19 02:59 PM


Can I make this multi grain bread without using gluten powder & Calcium propagate powder?Are both the ingredients available in market?
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Tarla Dalal    Hi, Gluten powder and calcium propagate is easily available in confectionery shops. If these added in the bread it will have a better shelf life. you can make it without also.. but you need to consume it within a day.
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09 Sep 19 04:54 PM
Multigrain Bread, Homemade Multigrain Bread
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 on 18 Aug 19 12:01 AM


We have airfryer in ourhouse can i make this recipe in the airfryer pls suggest more recipes with airfryer
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Tarla Dalal    Hi, we have not tried making in airfryer, you can try making in the air fryer by setting the temperature to 160degree.. and bake for 25 to 30 minutes. Do try the recipe and revert to us.. Thank you for suggestion we will come with airfryer recipes.
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20 Aug 19 04:56 PM
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