recipe courtesy about.com
I made this amazing bread for the first time and was so impressed i decided to go one step further and the second time i made it i added some orange zest, fresh cinnamon and nutmeg , walnuts and dried cranberries. It makes a incredible breakfast bread and you can also make muffins out of the mixture! I am already thinking of other things i can do with it! will let you know as i progress!
Please refer my Tips section (below ingredients) for substitution list--DK
I guess you can :)
Thank you so much for the feedback. I absolutely loved this bread too and keep making it often enough :) If you are interested, I would love to showcase this recipe feedback in the website for other readers to see and benefit. You can copy paste this very same feedback here - http://chefinyou.com/i-made-this/?recipeid=2904
Its not a common grain available in India and I dont think it has an Indian name (at least I haven't come across it till now). I am trying to get details on the availability. Will post the details once I get more info on that :) --DK
Thanks Stephen. Now that you mention it, I remember that the original recipe did not mention salt at all and I added it during the process when I realized their mistake. I think I added 1 tsp and it was little less for our taste although not bad. I think something between 1 to 1-1/2 tsp of salt would work well for this recipe. Will update my ingredients with this note :) Thanks for the pointer. Appreciate it :) --DK