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Steamed Paleo Panbread “Toast”

March 8, 2014

Quick & easy breakfast bread

Quick & easy breakfast bread

Bread is often a contentious issue in the paleo community. I have spent many an hour (and ingredient) experimenting with recipes trying to find the holy grail of “paleofied” bread. I have come to the realisation that there is just nothing that replicates the chewy, yeasty texture of a decent homemade bread and have I stopped trying.

Avoiding certain food groups (ie grain & dairy) comes with sacrifice and bread is one of them. Needless to say, avoiding certain food groups has plenty of benefits too, which is why I do it!! Better sleep,  clearer skin and less bloating, are amongst many of the benefits I enjoy.

But sometimes, whilst indulging in enjoyable recollection, I crave comfort foods like fried rice, chocolate pudding and……Vegemite toast! Find my own homemade “vegemite” recipe here!

Sometimes its a vegemite toast kinda day!

Sometimes its a vegemite toast kinda day!

This recipe is so quick and easy I make this “bread” fresh to order, which is the best way to eat it anyway. I steam it on my Varoma tray which takes only a few minutes if you use hot water out of the tap.

You can toast it but it does tend to dry out so I would only toast it if I was serving with runny egg or saucy mushrooms.  I prefer it fresh out of the steamer with lashings of melted butter and perhaps, vegemite!

Its toasts nicely too!

Its toasts nicely too!

This recipe has replaced my flatbread recipe as my go – to – bread when having a fry up of bacon & eggs on the weekend. The recipe makes a big serve of bread, suitable for 2. The coconut flour makes it very filling. You can divide the recipe in half but I don’t bother – it freezes really well if I don’t scoff the lot in one sitting!

2 eggs
2 level tabs coconut flour
2 tabs almond meal – blanched is better
1 tab macadamia oil

2 teas baking powder
pinch salt

Hand mix all the ingredients in a bowl with a spatula until nice and smooth. Spread a 15cm circle onto a piece of baking paper and place on the upper flat tray of your Varoma. It should be about 4 cm high. Steam for 6 – 7 minutes with 300g very hot water on VAROMA temp SP 4.*

This recipe can very easily be adapted to be sweet or savoury. I use onion powder, garlic powder, sesame seeds & herbs for a savoury bread. Try adding stevia, cinnamon, vanilla or currants for a sweet bread. Yum!

For my other paleo “bread” recipes look here or here. Or if you haven’t tried it yet, definitely see my gluten-free fantabulous bread recipe here!

* You can microwave this  on a greased saucer for 50 seconds on high, but I think they turn out much better steamed.

 

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7 Comments leave one →
  1. Heidi permalink
    February 24, 2015 6:45 am

    Please forgive my ignorance but I don’t understand the measurement “tabs” . I’d guess tablespoons but that doesn’t seem like it would be right. Your recipe looks really good and I’d love to try it! Thanks for your help!

    • February 25, 2015 3:33 pm

      Hi Heidi

      Yes tabs = tablespoons and teas = teaspoons

      • Anonymous permalink
        February 26, 2015 12:20 am

        Thanks!! Now to cook up a batch!!!

  2. Ristana permalink
    December 15, 2014 12:53 pm

    How do you make this recipe without a thermomix and done over the stove. Thanks.

    • December 15, 2014 1:56 pm

      Use a steamer basket over a pot of boiling water and steam for 10 minutes.

  3. March 11, 2014 9:55 am

    Leaving a comment to see if it will work this time. On the off chance that I can figure this out I love your site and make your coconut yoghurt ALL the time! Thank you!!

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