Rye Spelt Bread with Beetroot and Walnuts



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A delicious and nutritious bread baked with a combination of wholegrain rye and organic spelt, enriched with blood-lowering effect of beetroot, and fiber and protein rich walnuts - a perfect breakfast bread. If you want a really pinky bread, replace the buttermilk with beetroot juice.

  • 100 g Wholegrain rye, ground into flour
  • 200 g Organic wholegrain spelt flour
  • 1 tsp Baking powder
  • 1 package / 7 g Active dried yeast
  • 1/2 tsp Salt
  • 1 tsp Sugar
  • 1 tsp Fresh ginger root, finely grated
  • 150 g Beetroot juice, at room temperature
  • 200 g Buttermilk, at room temperature
  • 4 tbsp Walnut oil
  • 100 g Cooked beetroot, diced
  • 100 g Walnuts, halved lengthwise
  • 1 tsp Fennel seeds
  1. Line a standard-size loaf pan. Whisk the rye, spelt flours, baking powder, and dried yeast in a mixing bowl. Make a well in the center of the flour mixture. Add in salt, sugar, finely grated fresh ginger, beetroot juice, buttermilk and walnut oil. Beat thoroughly.
  2. Fold in diced cooked beetroot, 80 grams of walnuts and fennel seeds. The dough should be thick and sticky. Now scrape the dough into the prepared loaf pan. Lightly press the rest of the walnuts into the dough.
  3. Leave it, covered with a clean kitchen towel, at a warm spot for 20 minutes. At the same time, preheat the oven to 200C/400F, leaving a tray of boiling water at the bottom of the oven. Bake the bread in the middle rack of the hot oven for about 35 minutes.

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97 comments:

Vicki Bensinger 5/7/13 05:47

Wow Angie, I'm so amazed at all the creative loaves of bread you create. How do you manage to come up with so many and each one more unique than the last. This recipe sounds wonderful and looks beautiful.

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Nilu A 5/7/13 05:59

Wow! Very healthy bread Angie.. Loved it dear :-)

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Esther Lau 5/7/13 08:36

Wow, use beetroot for bread sounds special and creative!!! Lovely bread :)

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Alice 5/7/13 08:44

wow, great combination, Angie, love it :)

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Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover 5/7/13 08:55

I hope I can try all your healthy bread recipe soon..

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Mich PieceofCake 5/7/13 09:02

This is such a beautiful loaf. I love the combination of beetroot and walnuts!

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Emma @ Fork and Good 5/7/13 10:07

Love the sound of all the flavours - specially the ginger - bet it smells amazing when it's coooking!

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Daphne Bryson 5/7/13 10:19

Good Morning Angie, This is a hearty bread to eat in the morning. I think I would enjoy it on it's own with just a little butter. I love the combination of fennel seeds, fresh ginger, walnuts and beetroot.
I have made traditional breads, but never one with so many different ingredients. As you know I love beetroot, so I will be making this interesting bread and certainly be using it in the winter to eat with soups.
By the way, I lovde your Lord Byron quote.
Best Wishes to you,
Daphne

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My Kitchen Stories. 5/7/13 10:20

Love beetroot season and I love what you have made with it...perfect with walnuts

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Guru Uru 5/7/13 10:35

Love the addition of walnuts in this my friend :)

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru

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sophiesfoodiefiles 5/7/13 11:10

Waw, Angie!

That bread looks freaking delicious! I am so going to make it today!

Yesterday, for a late lunch, I made your tasty latest beetroot salad & it was so fabulous, rich in flavours & fantastic too! :) My husband agreed here! :) xxx

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Veena Theagarajan 5/7/13 11:53

bread looks soft and dense.. love it

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Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen 5/7/13 12:02

Rye is my all time favorite. Love the presentation.
Sam

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Belinda 5/7/13 13:04

What a neat tinge of color this gives!

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Monica 5/7/13 13:16

Very creative, as usual!

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Aimee @ Violet Femme 5/7/13 13:52

Wow, what a creative recipe! Looks and sounds delicious (and very healthy too, bonus)

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Nammi 5/7/13 15:31

yumm, looks delicious! :) hi Angie :)

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kitchen flavours 5/7/13 15:43

Another gorgeous loaf of bread from you! I am always amazed at your stunning breads!

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Anne Regalado 5/7/13 16:02

Angie , another wonderful and healthy bread ! The beetroot juice is such a delicious addition to this bread :)

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twodogsinthekitchen 5/7/13 17:36

Super creative! I would never think to use these ingredients and yet here you are making fabulous breads with them! This looks really good :) Have a great weekend!

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Debra Eliotseats 5/7/13 18:27

I want some pinky bread! :)

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lena 5/7/13 18:48

such a creative combination of ingredients! Gorgeous loaf as always!!

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Alida 5/7/13 18:49

I am having beetroot all the time. It is so nice now that's in season. And you really have made the most of it with this wonderful bread. You are very creative Angie!

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Tricia Buice 5/7/13 18:50

Another gorgeous loaf Angie. I love the red ribbon and big bites of walnuts. I could eat this for breakfast any day. Hope you and your family have a terrific weekend!

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Akila 5/7/13 20:14

what a perfectly baked bread... which is power packed with the health..

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Mr. & Mrs. P 5/7/13 21:22

Angie.. this loaf is mouth watering!!! Sounds and looks delicious!

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Kiran @ KiranTarun.com 5/7/13 21:48

That's a delicious and healthy loaf filled with so much fiber & yummy ingredients! Love it :)

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Amy 6/7/13 01:17

This is such a lovely loaf. I say the beetroot and walnut combination is perfect.

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Liz Berg 6/7/13 02:37

Beets and walnuts are a perfect match...I'd love a big slab of your bread with butter. YUMMY!

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Gloria Baker 6/7/13 04:43

I love all yours breads Angie always are beautiful and special!!

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TasteHongKong 6/7/13 06:01

Wonderful wholesome bread! And there are lots of healthy ingredients I love :).

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Anne ~ Uni Homemaker 6/7/13 06:35

I love the patches of red from the beetroot. Looks delicious, I just want to help myself to a slice with some butter. :) Great post Angie!

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madscar 6/7/13 08:17

This is amazing:)love it!

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Man Ridwan 6/7/13 11:07

Agree with liz here, beet and walnut are match together,this bread looks superb !

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Joanne 6/7/13 11:56

I've used beets in bread before and it's such a nice touch! Pretty too. :)

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Barbara 6/7/13 13:31

Beets, walnuts and ginger? That sounds amazing. I bet it's wonderful toasted.

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Susan 6/7/13 15:41

Your breads always look so healthy and down right beautiful. I'm wishing I lived next store...I would be knocking right now, XOXO

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Elisabeth Foodandthrift 6/7/13 15:58

Angie, the combination of the beets and walnuts are making me drool over this delicious and super healthy rye bread. Love the colors the beets give the bread!

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jehanne@thecookingdoctor 6/7/13 16:18

your website is where I go to whenever I fancy some eye candy on bread and artisan loaves! This one particularly tickles my fancy :-)

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Cristina 6/7/13 16:51

Beautiful bread, Angie!

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Ilke 6/7/13 16:56

That is some hearty combination Angie. Love beets in any form and in anything :) Never thought in bread. I am surprised they did not make the whole bread pink :)

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Gina 6/7/13 18:08

How do you do it?? Fabulous combination!!

Can't wait to try this one.

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Munatycooking 6/7/13 18:14

Amazing combination Angie, I will bake it :)

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Violeta Pasat 6/7/13 20:21

Another beautiful and delicious bread!And another beautiful post!
Someday I'll make one of your breads,it will be difficult to choose only one.

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My Inner Chick 6/7/13 22:01

OMgosh.
you are indeed the poet of presentation. STUNNING. X

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Gourmet Getaways 7/7/13 00:29

What a gorgeous looking loaf! So full of fibre and goodness, I am going to have to collect up the ingredients.

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Jasna Varcakovic 7/7/13 06:34

Complete meal in a slice; you wouldn't need anything else...

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thecompletecookbook 7/7/13 12:48

I would love a one on one baking class with you Angie.
:-) Mandy xo

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Roz Corieri Paige 7/7/13 15:34

This bread looks absolutely amazing Angie! Hearty and delicious too, I'm sure!

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Lite Home Bake 7/7/13 15:57

Wow, you make the most amazing loaves, the combinations are so creative :)

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 7/7/13 16:29

Another delicious and creative way to use beets! I must try this too. I think I need a Pinterest board just for beets :)

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dentistvschef 7/7/13 18:29

Now you infused the diced beetroot in the bread, pretty good idea...
btw how did you serving and pairing this kind of invention bread???

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Velva 7/7/13 21:50

We would definitely be healthier if we consumed more bread like this one you baked- As always, Angie it is beautiful.

Velva

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mjskit 7/7/13 22:09

I'm not a big beet fan, in fact, I don't like beets at all. However - my SIL made a cake made with beet root and it was one of the best cakes I have ever had. I bet that could be said about this bread. Now you have really challenged me to take something I don't like and turn it into something I love! Thanks!

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Chris Scheuer 8/7/13 01:24

I'm imagining this toasted, with a drizzle of honey, mmmm mmmm mmmm~!

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Rosita Vargas 8/7/13 01:54

Una combinación perfecta totalmente impresioanante,saludos y abrazos.

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Dawn Yucuis 8/7/13 04:30

Your breads always looks so delicious. This one sounds wonderful!

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Anne@FromMySweetHeart 8/7/13 05:23

Gorgeous and colorful bread, Angie. I adore beets! : )

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Terra 8/7/13 06:23

Wow, beetroot in bread, I think that is awesome!!! What a beautiful recipe, Hugs, Terra

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Amy (Savory Moments) 8/7/13 12:50

Beets in bread?! How fantastic! This looks like an amazing loaf. You have such a talent for bread baking, Angie!

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Ambreen (Simply Sweet 'n Savory) 8/7/13 14:14

That's a wonderful & healthy bread, packed with nutrients.

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Priya Suresh 8/7/13 14:54

Bread looks wholesome and extremely gorgeous.

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Christine Ho 8/7/13 14:57

Making bread with beetroot sounds new to me. Very creative idea.

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The Yum List 8/7/13 17:36

I just had beetroot at lunch today and was thinking about how much I love it. Bet it's great in bread!

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Erica 8/7/13 17:45

What a beautiful bread,Angie!Beets in bread sounds interesting,Angie!I would love to try it!

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 8/7/13 19:25

I totally see beetroot in a bread, it is a sweet veggie. The bread looks great and healthy. Less pink then expected even with a bit of the juice.

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wok with ray 8/7/13 20:01

The addition of beets sound very intriguing and interesting. The bread looks robust and delicious. Have a good week, Angie!

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Ivy 8/7/13 20:14

You never cease to amaze me with your amazing breads. You are so creative!

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Catherine 8/7/13 20:55

Dear Angie, I would love a piece of this delicious bread warm with butter!! and a good cup of coffee. Blessings dearest. Catherine xo

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Georgia | The Comfort of Cooking 8/7/13 23:21

Such a pretty, dense and delicious looking bread! Great job, Angie!

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Juliana 8/7/13 23:56

Another awesome loaf of bread Angie...so creative...beetroot and walnut...I would love to have a slice of this bread...yum!
Have a great week ahead :D

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sweetcarolinescooking.com 9/7/13 00:37

You always have the most inventive bread recipes! This one sounds great.

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 9/7/13 01:08

You've been into beets this month. this makes me happy because I love beets. Your bread looks like it is ready to be toasted and spread with lots of butter!

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Reeni Pisano 9/7/13 03:20

You can take any ingredient and turn it into bread Angie! The most gorgeous, mouth-watering bread! Love that you flavored it with beets!

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Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen 9/7/13 06:58

It's my first time to encounter bread with beet roots in them! It looks great!

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Brooke Schweers 9/7/13 07:19

Angie I will never know how you make all your recipes work with such intriguing ingredients. Only you could think to use beetroot juice and fennel seeds in a bread and make it look amazing and no doubt taste great!

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Jeannie Tay 9/7/13 07:47

Very interesting combination, looks moist and delicious!

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Cass @foodmyfriend 9/7/13 11:03

SUCH a yummy combo Angie! I think I would still put the extra beetroot on top though :) oh, and cream cheese.

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Katerina 9/7/13 11:38

I know I can always find here the best bread in the net!

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eatgood4life.blogspot.com 9/7/13 12:11

Your breads are the best. You are totally an expert on them :-)

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The Sketched Chef 9/7/13 14:34

The presentation is absolutely breathtaking !

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RavieNomNoms 9/7/13 16:04

beetroot and walnuts!? You are just so creative!

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Hema 9/7/13 18:14

Healthy bread, love the bright pink spots in between, looks so pretty..

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Pachecopatty 9/7/13 19:21

Love your bread Angie-beets are so pretty ;-)

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grace 9/7/13 22:38

the beets provide such lovely bursts of color! this is a fabulous loaf, angie.

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The Squishy Monster 10/7/13 01:47

I adore how the beetroot was used in this...YUM!

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kankana 10/7/13 07:15

What a lovely bread and I am sure, very healthy too!

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Kitchen Corner 10/7/13 09:49

I made this tofu chocolate dessert before. It is really a guilt free dessert. Yours look really good one!!

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Paula @ Vintage Kitchen Notes 11/7/13 05:32

You always surprise me with the stuff you put into bread doughs, so clever Angie! Love beetroot, so this is perfect for me. And the soup I´m eating so much these days.

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Pam 12/7/13 02:46

Another beautiful and delicious loaf.

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easyfoodsmith 13/7/13 15:38

What co-incidence! I too uploaded a beet post. But beet in bread is very creative indeed. I am sure the sweetness of beet clubbed with walnuts must be amazing.

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Fimère 13/7/13 20:27

une tranche ne serait pas de refus, j'aime beaucoup
bonne journée

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Nina 14/7/13 12:38

A lovely recipe - the bread looks so delicious and gorgeous!
I love baking with spelt and rye - the beetroot must give a lovely taste!

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Blog do Chocolate 16/7/13 10:49

Dear Angie,

As usual you surprise me in a very positive way !
Wouldn't think about putting beetroot in a bread.
I loved teh idea and teh photos !

Cheers

Isabel

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