Steel Cut Oat Bread

Hearty and nutritious whole grain bread from the bread machine. High Fiber, Soy Free.

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Submitted By Sarah House for Bob's Red Mill Test Kitchen
Hearty and nutritious whole grain bread from the bread machine. High Fiber, Soy Free.
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Servings 16people
Submitted By Sarah House for Bob's Red Mill Test Kitchen
Hearty and nutritious whole grain bread from the bread machine. High Fiber, Soy Free.
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Instructions
  1. Whisk milk, brown sugar and butter and set aside. Combine whole wheat flour, oats and salt and set aside.
  2. Add dry ingredients, liquid ingredients and yeast to bread machine according to the manufacturer's directions. Typically, add the wet, then the dry followed by the yeast on the top.
  3. Bake on the whole wheat setting on light or medium crust.



    Serves 16.
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2 thoughts on “Steel Cut Oat Bread

  1. Romina

    Hi, I have a couple of questions.
    1) Would this recipe work as well if I’m planning to bake this in a regular oven? I’m guessing I’d have to mix the yeast with some warm milk first, but I’m more concerned about quantities.
    2) Could I swap the brown sugar for molasses?
    3) I should cook the steel-cut oats beforehand, right?
    Thanks a lot in advance. 🙂
    Best,
    Romina

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    1. Recipe Specialist

      Bread machine recipes were designed for the bread machine and making the same recipe by hand may not work exactly the same. Here are some general instructions to help you try to bake your bread machine recipes by hand.

      1. Add the yeast, liquid (warmed to 110ºF) and sugar and let stand for 5 minutes. Add any other wet ingredients such as oil and stir. Then add the salt, flour and other dry ingredients called for in the recipe. Flour is hard to determine the correct amount since sometimes you need more or less than the recipe calls for.

      2. When you add the dry ingredients, mix it in until it gets too stiff to stir. Dump it out onto a floured breadboard and knead until the surface is smooth and slightly elastic, about 5-8 minutes.

      3. Oil a big bowl and place the dough inside, rotating the dough so the top is covered with oil. Cover with a cloth until doubled in size.

      4. When doubled, punch down dough and form into a loaf. Place in an oiled loaf pan or baking sheet. Let rise until almost doubled. Bake at 350°F until done, usually beginning with 30 minutes.

      Molasses can be used in place of half of the brown sugar called for in this recipe without any adjustments. It is not recommended to replace all of the sugar.

      The Quick Cooking Steel Cut Oats do not need to be cooked before using them in this recipe.

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