Experimental Bread

Todays is a bit of an experiment as I was adding in the flour blend I was using only to discover that I was short about 3/4 of a cup.  So I substituted a coconut flour for the difference.  I was just going to use an AP, but decided that if I’m gonna blow it I wanna see what happens if I do “X”.  It blended a little smoother than I was expecting and had a kind on ‘Playdoh’ texture.

As you can see, even in the pan it looks more like clay than bread dough.  It did not rise and made a somewhat dense loaf.  It was completely edible and actually had a mild coconut taste that was not bad, but I did not care for it as well as others I have done.  I would still like to use the coconut flour when I blend it in a more balanced ratio.

I did have one small piece with peanut butter and it was better that it was plain.  Might make great bread crumbs.

 

 

 

 

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