Soft Sandwich Loaf with Pumpkin Seed Oil

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The sandwich loaf bakes up tall, soft and bouncy, yet sturdy enough to slice nicely. It's perfect for tuna or egg sandwiches and jelly/peanut butter smeared toast for the breakfast. You can use the same dough to make cinnamon rolls, dinner buns or savoury bread.

DoughOthers
  • 280 g Bread flour
  • 70 g Red wheat berries, milled into flour
  • 1/2 tsp Sea salt
  • 5 g Instant dried yeast
  • 1/2 tbsp Coconut sugar
  • 170 ml Buttermilk, lukewarm
  • 60 ml Pumpkin seed oil
  • 1 med. Egg, room-temperature
  • Egg wash
  • Sunflower or pumpkin seeds for the topping
  1. In the mixing bowl of your stand mixer, combine all of the ingredients and stir on slow speed until the dough starts to leave the sides of the bowl. Increase the speed or knead until it begins to become smooth and elastic.
  2. Turn out the dough and shape into a ball. Grease the mixing bowl and return the dough ball to the mixing bowl. Cover the bowl, and allow the dough to rise until about doubled in bulk, about 1 to 2 hours, depending on the warmth of your kitchen.
  3. Gently deflate the dough and transfer it to a lightly oiled work surface. Shape the dough into 20 cm roll. Place it into a greased or lined 26x14cm loaf pan, cover the pan loosely with lightly greased plastic wrap, and allow the bread to rise for about 60-90 minutes until the center is about 2.5 cm above the sides of the pan.
  4. Towards the end of the rise, preheat your oven to 190C/375F. Brush the top with egg wash and sprinkle the seeds over. Bake the bread for 30 to 35 minutes, until it's light golden brown. Remove the bread from the oven, and cool it on a rack before slicing.

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45 comments:

Iwona 25/3/19 06:38

Looks so delicious :) thank you for recipe :)

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Amrita Roy 25/3/19 10:38

What a lovely share.. you are an expert baker Angie... love it totally

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natalia20041989 25/3/19 11:28

There is nothing better than homemade bread☺☺

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Evi 25/3/19 13:13

What a beautiful loaf of bread!! ❤️

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Evelyne CulturEatz 25/3/19 13:23

Oh I have some kürbiskernöl straight from Styria at home. best oil ever! The loaf but be really amazing.

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Kitchen Riffs 25/3/19 15:46

I've never used pumpkin seed oil -- gotta get some. So I can try this recipe -- delightful looking bread. Thanks!

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Shashi 25/3/19 16:06

Oh Wow - what a gorgeous loaf of bread Angie! So love the texture and your use of pumpkin seed oil in it!

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Rebecca Subbiah 25/3/19 16:23

what a lovely loaf of bread.

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foodtravelandwine 25/3/19 16:38

It looks so yummy and healthy!....I love it....Abrazotes, Marcela

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Jeanette | Jeanette's Healthy Living 25/3/19 20:56

I love the idea of using pumpkin seed oil - what a beautiful loaf of bread!

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Pamela Palma 25/3/19 23:40

Dear Angie! This bread looks stunning! I need to try it!! Big hug

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Juliana 25/3/19 23:44

Angie, your bread looks delicious and I love that you have red wheat berries and coconut sugar...and yes, the bread looks super soft. Thanks for the recipe. Have a great week!

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Marcelle 26/3/19 00:01

Homemade bread is one of the best things on Earth, Angie! :) This loaf of bread looks perfect and love the rustic look with those seeds on top.

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Nancy Chan 26/3/19 09:33

Beautifully baked bread. We will be eating bread with veggie curry for dinner tonight.

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Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 26/3/19 10:50

Beautiful loaf, Angie! Your mention of tuna salad has me craving a sandwich on your lovely bread!!!

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Kelly | Foodtasia 26/3/19 16:30

Angie, such a beautiful loaf!

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Balvinder Ubi 27/3/19 01:21

This looks irresistible, Angie!Great idea to sprinkle some sesame and pumpkin seeds over.

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GiGi Eats 27/3/19 05:52

Pumpkin Seed Oil is a new one for me. That being said, a lot of the foods and ingredients you use/make... Are new to me! And I love it :)

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Tanza Erlambang 27/3/19 17:53

I think that you are an expert baker Angie...great.
have a nice day

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mjskit 28/3/19 04:30

You really should have become a professional baker. You could have made a very nice living at it. This bread is gorgeous and I'm sure it tastes as wonderful as it looks.

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Jeff the Chef 28/3/19 04:56

What a beautiful loaf of bread! Does the pumpkin seed oil contribute to its flavor?

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Adina 28/3/19 09:06

The kind of bread I like to bake myself. I will keep it in mind, it would make a nice change to my usual recipes.

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No Spoon Necessary 28/3/19 14:53

I weirdly love pumpkin seeds! Like, I always have a container of them in my pantry (during ALL the seasons, not just fall), so I know I would absolutely love this bread! It looks just perfect, Angie! I bet is smells amazing while it's baking too!! Cheers

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Mae Travels 28/3/19 16:47

Who doesn't love a tuna melt or PB&J on a lovely dark bread like that!

best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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Catherine 28/3/19 20:41

Dear Angie, This bread looks delicious. I would enjoy it very much warm with butter and a cup of coffee. Stay well my friend. xoxo Catherine

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Kankana Saxena 28/3/19 22:48

The texture of the bread is absolutely perfect!

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valentina maria kenney wein 29/3/19 04:47

What a beautiful loaf of bread. I would love a slice right now! Toasted with butter. Perfect. Your photos are lovely.

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Nammi 29/3/19 07:46

oh wow that bread looks so good.

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2pots2cook 30/3/19 09:40

Pumpkin seed oil is also a nice spread for the ice cream.... I have to try this one to start baking with it also. Thank you Angie !

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Pam 30/3/19 17:45

I will have to check out pumpkin seed oil, I have never heard of it. Then to make your bread. It sounds and looks very delicious, Angie! Thanks!

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mary anderson 30/3/19 19:08

never had this kinda bread in my life i always have plain bread and this looks interesting and going to try it out thanks angie!

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Easyfoodsmith 31/3/19 19:20

The bread looks so good and the texture is perfect

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Sue | the view from great island 1/4/19 00:06

OMG you had me at soft sandwich bread Angie, but the idea of using pumpkin seed oil sounds so yummy, I need to try this.

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 1/4/19 20:07

What a beautiful loaf and I love the open crumb and all of those seeds!

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Mary 2/4/19 18:59

Hi Angie!
I have this crazy fantasy about making fresh bread loafs for my kids, when I have them. I love all the seeds. It looks delicious.
Xoxo
Mary

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gloriadelpilar_1994@yahoo.com 2/4/19 20:13

What beautiful loaf Angie !I love yours breads !!

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grace 3/4/19 01:10

look at that pillow-soft texture! what a gorgeous and delicious loaf, angie!

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Pam 3/4/19 17:25

Yum! Another beautiful loaf. Love the seeds on top.

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Irene 5/4/19 01:15

That is a gorgeous loaf of bread Angie! I love how versatile it is! I'm thinking cinnamon rolls. :)

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MunatyCooking 9/4/19 08:16

Hey Angie! This loaf of bread looks awesome but if I use olive oil or other cooking oil instead of pumpkin seed oil, will that ruin the flavor?

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Angie's Recipes 9/4/19 09:33

@MunatyCooking Well, you might not ruin the flavour, but definitely will be different, also the colour will be lighter.

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 14/4/19 06:29

What a lovely loaf, I really need to improve my bread making skills and this looks like a great place to start.

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EL Mehdi 19/4/19 18:42

I have yet to try it but i'm so hooked with those pictures, looks so delicious <3

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Noob Cook 23/4/19 04:43

I'm always enticed by the lovely bakes coming from your home bakery :)

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Choclette 4/5/19 21:34

I don't think I've ever made bouncy bread, but now feeling like I need to. Love the addition of pumpkin seed oil.

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