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Multigrain Bread, Homemade Multigrain Bread
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 on 25 Jan 21 07:30 PM


Hi. I dont have castor sugar. Never heard of that. Can we use regular sugar
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Tarla Dalal    Hi, castor sugar is a finer granules, which easily get mixed. You can use the regular sugar as well for the recipe.
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01 Feb 21 12:41 PM
Multigrain Bread, Homemade Multigrain Bread
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 on 03 Nov 20 01:26 PM


Tried this recipe today. Very easy to follow, healthy to eat and tasty. However my bread didn''t rise much. What would have gone wrong?
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Tarla Dalal    There can be 2 reasons - Firstly the yeast must have not risen well. Secondly the temperature of the water added to the yeast is incorrect. It should be warm water.
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04 Nov 20 10:19 AM
Multigrain Bread, Homemade Multigrain Bread
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 on 11 Oct 20 03:18 PM


Hello maam. Have been trying out different multigrain breads. This recipe looks very interesting. But I see that there is no mention of kneading the bread for 10min or so . Is it not required in this recipe. Thanks
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Tarla Dalal    No kneading for 10 minutes is not required as the dough has to be loose and sticky.
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12 Oct 20 11:17 AM
Multigrain Bread, Homemade Multigrain Bread
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 on 21 Aug 20 01:00 AM


hey mam I have tried this receipe today.. I it was wonderful but I have some questions : 1. the bread was breaking at the time of cutting 2. the upper crust was quite hard 3. for how much time the dough to be kneaded ? 4. can switched off otg or microwave can be the warm place to keep dough for rising? 5. how to know what is the perfect consistency of dough?
Multigrain Bread, Homemade Multigrain Bread
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 on 19 Aug 20 02:58 PM


Tried t this recipe today. Followed all the instructions as mentioned, after baking bread''s outer crust was very hard the inside was absolutely soft and it tasted good. what could have gone wrong?
Multigrain Bread, Homemade Multigrain Bread
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 on 18 Aug 20 08:56 AM


I tried the recipe n it came out well n it''s really healthy breakfast to have. I have one question can I make the same recipe with less wheat i.e. 1/2 cup n other jowar ragi bajara flour increase in proportion to get all flours to 2 n 3/4 cups including wheat? Is there will be any difference?
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
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