The reason why I chose this bread maker to own is because it has the gluten free setting as part of one of the pre baked settings. It’s the third one up here, anyways. If you have a different bread maker, um, that’s perfectly fine. You should still be able to make this recipe.
I have my timetable for my cycles here listed here and the one I’m not even going to be using the gluten free bread setting, I’m actually going to be using the quick bread setting and the it’s an hour and 40 minutes long and so at an hour. And forty it mine comes backwards, so it’s it mixes the dough and it does that for seven minutes and then it lets the dough rest for five minutes and then it will mix it again.
It says second meeting and it will mix it again for eight minutes and then the baking time is an hour and 20 minutes long, so think of it as 20 minutes of mixing and resting the dough and then an hour and 20 minutes for baking. So if you have a programmable one, you can input those settings into your bread maker. Another thing: that’s a little bit different from my bread maker done. Yours, maybe is I need to put the liquid ingredients on the bottom first and the dry ingredients.
Second, if I was to use yeast, it has to be up on top, but we’re not using yeast in this recipe, because it’s a quick bread recipe. So you’re going to see me mix up my liquid ingredients and pour those in my dry ingredients and pour those on top it. Please consult the manual with your bread maker model, and so that way you know because those might be reverse order: dry ingredients. First, liquid ingredient.
Second, so let’s get started, the ingredients are going to need, there’s a list of them in the description below, but I start with two ripe bananas: two eggs and a quarter cup vegetable oil with one teaspoon of vanilla. So those are my wet ingredient. My dry ingredients are a cup and a quarter of white rice, flour, 3/4 cup sugar and then, if you can see in here, I have on the bottom. Left is 3/4 teaspoon of baking powder and then to the right is half a teaspoon baking soda up on top is 1/4 teaspoon salt, and then I have one teaspoon of xanthan gum.
You can also use our gum and those are my dry ingredients. So what I’m? Actually going to do make sure that your ingredients are at room temperature before you start, I’m going to mix up my dry ingredients first, so I’m pouring the sugar and my other baby components and mixing it with the flour, and I typically just use a fork just To kind of give them a good whisk before I pour this into my bread maker, and it doesn’t have to be perfect because your bread maker is also going to be mixing the dough yeah for my wet ingredients.
I am actually going to mix up my eggs. First because I notice, when I put my eggs, the product seems better and I don’t know if there’s an exact science to that or not, but that’s just something that I do and then I want to mash my bananas. So again, I’m still doing this with the same fork, because I don’t like to dirty up a lot of dishes, if I don’t have to so you just want to give them a good. It doesn’t have to be perfectly mashed and if you have a potato masher, you can use that too.
That sometimes works better, but this fork, let’s see okay. So then I just want to pour my egg mixture in there. Yes, for my oil and add one teaspoon of vanilla and then this kind of mix-and-match – and if you want to you, can have like chocolate chips, we can add nuts. I see people add like dried fruit like raisins cranberries and anything that you want put that in the wet ingredient mixture this mixture here, I probably only add – maybe a quarter – maybe half a cup extra ingredients.
I I don’t actually like my banana bread, just plain banana bread, so it looks pretty good. I already have my paddle in my bread maker, so it’s all set to go to start pouring the ingredients in um. Another trick that you can do with these paddle ones is um. You can actually mix the dough as a separate cycle and then before you put it in the bake cycle, you can actually stick your hand in here and pull out the paddle and then you’ll just have a smaller hole.
You won’t have a hole paddle in your bread. For me, I don’t really care it’s on the bottom of my loaf so and when you come in to cut to it, it’s it’s fine, but um. Another thing that I forgot to mention is that my bread maker is a two pound capacity, bread maker, so I make one and a half or two pound loves. If you have a one-pound, an older one, pound capacity, bread maker, you can cut this recipe in half and it should work out for you.
So, like I said I have to pour in my liquid ingredients. First, so scrape this much of it as possible. It already smells so good. Oh, we have such cold frosty weather outside for the fall, and it’s so nice to have a house smelling blank fresh-baked bread, Oh in the warrant. It doesn’t really warm up the house, my bread maker, but it does smell so good. I’r just going to pour my dry ingredients up on top.
Then I’m going to put this in my bread maker, okay. So to show you what I’m doing here, I’m going to adjust the cycle, I’m going to shut my lid first, so my cycle is going to be number four, because that’s my quick bread cycle, my crust, I’m going to put two white and I don’t have to Choose the poundage of my loaf with the quick cycle. It’s just default, so I’m just going to press my Start button and I can show you might be a little dark but see it’s starting to neat and when it pauses for the first rising that I scrape down the sides of my bread maker.
So I make sure that all the ingredients are combined, and this is what it should look like. After it comes out of the bread maker. It should be a nice golden brown and this one turned out to look pretty good and you want to put it on a cooling rack and let it cool for about 10 to 15 minutes before you dig in so now. Let’s see what the inside looks. This has been cooled there we go and we got a nice texture on the inside just a few holes, but it looks pretty good thanks for reading.
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