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Black Rice Yoghurt Bread

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By adding rice to the bread you’ll get a softer crumb, and by using black rice you’ll get a lovely rustic colour and interesting nutty flavour too. The texture is amazingly soft and tender, thanks to the moisture of forbidden black rice with yoghurt and rendered chicken fat. The bread is delicious when eaten plain or with butter or toasted as a breakfast item or for sandwiches.

  • 130 g 3.5% Yoghurt, room-temperature
  • 2 Eggs, room-temperature
  • 50 g Rendered chicken fat (or ghee)
  • 200 g Cooked black rice
  • 1/2 tsp Salt
  • 300 g Bread flour
  • 7 g Active dried yeast
  1. Add all ingredients, in the order listed, into the bread machine loaf pan.
  2. Place pan in bread machine and select dough program, then start. After 3-5 minutes of kneading, gently scrape down the dry ingredients stuck on the sides of the pan with a spatula.
  3. The bread machine will beep when done. Turn out the dough onto a lightly floured work surface. Press the dough into a rectangle that is as long as a standard-size loaf pan. Roll the dough tightly from the narrow end, jelly-roll style. Pinch the ends and seam to seal. Place into the loaf pan lined with baking paper.
  4. Cover the loaf with a clean towel, and let it rise until it has doubled in size. Preheat the oven to 190C/375F. When the loaf has risen, brush the surface with water and bake for 30 minutes until nicely golden brown. | © 2020 |

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Jeff the Chef 5/11/20 13:27

You make such amazing things, with such amazing ingredients. I've never added rice to bread, but I'm going to now!

Julie 5/11/20 14:28

That's a healthy loaf must say, would love to have a slice..looks delicious!

foodtravelandwine 5/11/20 14:39

I will try it for sure!!.....Abrazotes, Marcela

Debra Eliotseats 5/11/20 14:46

My gosh! That is beautiful bread, Angie!

tigerfish 5/11/20 15:59

What a nice healthy bake using black rice and yogurt!

Torviewtoronto 5/11/20 19:00

this is a healthy and delicious looking bread

Victoria 5/11/20 20:10

Cool recipe! Thank you very much )

Gloria Baker 5/11/20 21:40

I love your breads , always amazing Angie !! xo

savorthebest 6/11/20 06:33

I love the rustic look of this bread. I bet it tastes wonderful

speedy70 6/11/20 08:41

Straordinario questo pane al riso, grazie!!!!

Nancy Chan 6/11/20 09:33

The bread looks beautiful. I am sure it tastes great.

Eva Taylor 6/11/20 14:29

I just love the variety of breads you have on your beautiful blog. This bread looks amazing, perfect for a rustic sandwich.

Ashley@CookNourishBliss 6/11/20 14:32

I would have never thought to add rice to bread! This looks fantastic - wish I had some for breakfast!

Kitchen Riffs 6/11/20 15:41

That's just lovely -- such nice texture. I've never added rice to bread, and don't recall having bought any with it from a bakery Neat idea!

Marissa 6/11/20 18:01

I love your baked goods, Angie! You come up with the most clever flavor combinations.

Pam 6/11/20 19:13

Another beautiful loaf of bread!

Suja Manoj 6/11/20 20:59

Healthy loaf of bread, love the idea,looks delicious.

Arpita 7/11/20 00:04

What a beautiful loaf!!

The-FoodTrotter 8/11/20 12:39

The list of ingredients is quite unexpected but your bread looks delicious :)

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 9/11/20 17:26

I'd love to try a slice with butter, please! Your loaf looks delicious and so healthy!

Heidi | The Frugal Girls 9/11/20 23:59

Your bread looks absolutely gorgeous!! The idea to use black rice was such a genius way to add some fun new colors and flavors.

Amina Creations 10/11/20 16:02

healthy loaf... looks yummy... will try your recipe...

Evi 13/11/20 12:51

Wow, I didn't know you can add rice to a bread, what a cool idea! 😍

Noob Cook 19/11/20 14:59

what a beautiful dark bread made with healthy and natural ingredients like black rice and yoghurt.

Anonymous 24/11/20 19:14

Angie, you are fabulous. Who'd have thought about adding rice to bread? And black rice at that. Love it.

Choclette x


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