Friday, April 17, 2015

Amish Country Ohio Bed and Breakfast Gluten-Free Bread

Here at the Ohio Amish Country Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast, we frequently cook for a variety of dietary restrictions and allergies. One of the most common requests is for gluten-free dishes. Using the flour and recipe from Dolch Bakery, we serve a moist and delicious gluten-free bread to all of our guests who request it.

Find here the recipe, which is also printed on the back of the package

Dolch Bakery Pour and Bake Bread

1 2/3 cups warm milk
1 whole egg, plus enough egg whites to make 3/4 cup of eggs total
1/4 cup melted butter or vegetable oil
1 Tbsp Honey
3/4 tsp sea salt (we use a little bit more)
1 packet of yeast (2 1/4 tsp)
1 tsp cider vinegar
4 cups sifted gluten-free flour

Place flour in large bowl or heavy-duty tabletop mixer. Add yeast to warm milk in separate bowl, let foam for 5 minutes. Add eggs, melted butter or oil, vinegar, honey, salt and yeast mixture to flour. Mix with regular beaters (not dough hook) at medium speed for 3 minutes, scraping sides of bowl with spatula as necessary. Place dough in greased 9 x 5 inch nonstick bread pan. Smooth top of dough with wet spatula. Cover with oiled aluminum foil or plastic wrap and let rise in warm place until dough is level with top of pan (approximately 25-35 minutes). Remove cover and bake at 375 degrees for 60-65 minutes. Cover with foil after 10 minutes to prevent over-browning. To test whether the bread is done, tap the top with your fingernail. A crisp, hard sound indicated a properly baked loaf. Turn loaf out on to wire rack and cool thoroughly before slicing.

We, here at The Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast sell Dolch flour.

Gluten-free Bread
 For more information, recipes, and to order the gluten-free flour directly from the bakery, visit dolchhealthfoods.com.


Holmes County Ohio
When visiting Ohio's Amish Country in Holmes County, Ohio, consider a stay at the Barn Inn Bed and Breakfast located in the largest Amish population in the world.  Here natural beauty of the culture have created a destination where the notion of doing things, creating things, feeling real life with hands - and hearts - is very much alive.  Come and experience the authentic.

Submitted by Loretta Coblentz
April 17, 2015

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