Multigrain Dates BreadHi Friends,
News of snow falls at hills makes me shiver here. I am the person who wears layers of clothes while people roam around in normal woolen jackets. I feel more cold then other. that's why i consume more coffee then others. I know its not healthy. But even after trying so many methods i am not able to tolerate cold. Now i realized that if i have healthy and warm food which can make me feel warm from inside then i will feel less cold. Hope it will be work for me.
Yesterday my husband bought Multi grain flour and i wanted to make something healthy with them and i was having some dates in hand. so thought to use them. I made this bread which came out good. My kids liked it and even asked me to pack one piece in there tiffin. I am glad that i tried this. Hope you will also like it.
Multi grain flour - 1 cup
APF/Maida- 1/2 cup
Baking Powder - 1 tsp
Baking Soda - 1/2 tsp
Ingredients to heat
Dates - 10 (soaked in 1/2 cup milk)
Oil - 1/2 cup
Honey - 1 tbsp
Vinager - 1/2 tbsp
Vanilla essence - 1 tsp
Oats - 1 tsp
Flex seed powder- 1 tsp
Ingredients to heat
Take soaked dates in grinder
Make a paste
Take water,oil, vanilla essence, vinegar, honey and heat them up (don't boil, just warm them up)
mixed and incorporated
Mix dry ingredients
Mix them well
Tip in the pan
Sprinkle oats and flex seed powder
Baked for 25 min
LET IT COOL COMPLETELY
CUT AND SERVE
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- You can skip APF and make it with multi grain flour. It will be bit dense.
- I added honey to add some moisture and bit of sweet taste in the bread.
- I didn't pureed dates well to keep some tiny pieces in the bread, if you don't like chunky bites then you can puree dates.
- You can also add some dry fruits in it.
HOPE YOU WILL LIKE IT