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No Knead 100% Whole Spelt Bread with Sunflower Seeds


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The generous amount of toasted sunflower seeds lends a delicious and very distinctive nuttiness to this hearty no-knead wholemeal spelt bread. Crunchy and nutty from the healthy dose of seeds and whole grain, this bread makes a great sandwich, and super toast. If you don't have wholemeak spelt, just use regular wholewheat flour, and besides sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds are a great substitute. Another alternative is use a mix of different seeds (sunflower, pumpkin, sesame and flax).

  • 500 g Wholemeal spelt flour
  • 1/2 tsp Dried yeast
  • 1 tbsp Raw sugar
  • 100 g Sunflower seeds, toasted + 30 g raw for the topping
  • 1 tsp Sea salt
  • 400 ml Lukewarm water
  • 2 tbsp Plain yoghurt
  1. In a large mixing bowl, add in spelt flour, dried yeast, raw sugar, 100 grams of toasted sunflower seeds and sea salt. Add in water and stir everything together. Cover the bowl with a clean kitchen towel. Set aside on the kitchen counter for 17 hours at the room-temperature.
  2. Next day, grease and dust a 24cmx11cm loaf pan with some breadcrumbs or simply line the pan with parchment paper. Fold the dough from the side to the middle and tip the dough into the prepared loaf pan. Cover it with the kitchen towel and set aside for an hour.
  3. Preheat the oven to 200C/400F. Place a tin with a cup of cold water on the bottom of the oven. Brush the top of the dough with yoghurt and sprinkle the sunflower seeds over.
  4. Bake in the middle of hot oven for 50 minutes or until the bread is browned and sounds hollow when tapping the underside. Let cool for 10 minutes in the loaf pan, then unmould onto a wire rack and let cool.

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50 comments:

Brian 13/1/22 01:23

I smell bread baking, yum!

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Gloria Baker 13/1/22 01:43

Angie you always make amazing breads ! beautiful!!

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Tisa Jacob 13/1/22 03:42

Healthy and wholesome. Looks so soft too! Happy New year, Angie!!

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J.P. Alexander 13/1/22 03:45

Se ve muy rico gracias por la receta. La hare pronto. Te mando un beso

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The Yum List 13/1/22 05:31

Now that is a stack I would like to have a part of.

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 13/1/22 06:10

Angie, this looks delicous. And so easy to make. Sounds like a great Saturday recipe!

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Yvonne @ Fiction Books Reviews 13/1/22 06:24

There is nothing nicer than the smell of baking bread and this one looks delicious too!

I love the idea of the nutty crunch flavour and I would probably be very decadent and serve this with lashings of real butter!

Thanks for sharing and have a lovely day! :)

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Eha 13/1/22 06:48

Have never baked bread but absolutely love the look of this and know I could manage . . . there is not one ingredient I find unacceptable when I say 'healthy' !

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Sherry's Pickings 13/1/22 06:58

i'm not much of a bread eater but this sure looks healthy and hearty!

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Nancy Chan 13/1/22 08:01

We all love freshly baked bread and I can see lots of sesame seeds which I love.

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Lola Martínez 13/1/22 08:32

El pan de espelta es uno de mis preferidos junto al de centeno, puedo comerme una hogaza sin enterarme. Has elaborado una pieza con un aspecto increíble, parece bizcocho con esa miga. Hasta el color que tiene es apetecible, debe estar riquísimo.
Un beso.

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speedy70 13/1/22 09:16

Un pane fantastico, complimenti!!!

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2pots2cook 13/1/22 10:14

Spelt seems such a great change after holidays ! Thank you Angie !

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Irma 13/1/22 10:47

What a delicious bread.
Greetings Irma

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DEZMOND 13/1/22 13:18

I would eat it whole in one sitting! Still warm!

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Noob Cook 13/1/22 15:07

Happy New Year Angie! Look forward to more amazing bakes & recipes from you in 2022 :)

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Kitchen Riffs 13/1/22 15:29

Yum! Another terrific bread recipe from you. Really good stuff -- thanks.

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Ron 13/1/22 16:05

Lovely images of a great looking bread. I bake with spelt occasionally, so this will suit us just fine. I like the idea of using pumpkin seeds as well.

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bill 13/1/22 17:11

A lovely loaf of bread.

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Pam 13/1/22 18:06

Another beautiful loaf of bread. I bet this makes very tasty sandwiches!

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Healthy World Cuisine 13/1/22 20:18

Angie seen this gorgeous loaf on Instagram so had to come over to check out your recipe. Love how hearty this bread is. Need to make a loaf or two straight away. Take Care

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bread&salt 13/1/22 20:26

Another very different and new bread recipe! Nowadays, homemade breads (garlic bread, olive oil bread, banana bread, cheese bread etc.) are very popular here. This looks really great. Thanks.

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Choclette 13/1/22 20:54

That looks like a delicious loaf of bread Angie. Spelt is brilliant for no-knead.

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Gingi 14/1/22 03:31

This looks great!! Mouth = watering! lol.. - http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com

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Rose world 14/1/22 03:53

That is one wholesome bread!!! Homemade bread is the best.

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New Classic r 14/1/22 15:22

You never cease to amaze me with your talent. Wonderful recipe, thanks Angie.

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thepaintedapron.com 14/1/22 15:44

this looks and sounds so good Angie!

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David 14/1/22 17:03

Angie, Love fresh baked bread! This bread would be great warm with Amish butter and strawberry or raspberry jam... Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 14/1/22 17:55

love no knead breads they are the best looks great

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Cooking Julia 14/1/22 21:19

Your bread looks so great, give me a slice please!!

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My name is Erika. 15/1/22 00:19

Oh this looks yummy. I have some spelt flour too, and I just love the taste of spelt bread.I hope you have a super weekend Angie. hugs-Erika

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savorthebest 15/1/22 04:31

It looks delicious. I love the seeds

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Królowa Karo 15/1/22 09:23

And this is an idea for a perfect breakfast :)

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eileeninmd 15/1/22 13:01

Hello Angie,
Your bread looks delicious. The seeds are a healthy addition. Take care, enjoy your weekend.

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Mijú 15/1/22 15:18

Angie fabuloso tu pan :-)))
1 saludito

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Federica Simoni 15/1/22 17:25

Che bel pane! Chissà che buono!!buon fine settimana!

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Martha 15/1/22 23:58

Yum! I love sunflower seeds in bread, so delicious!

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Lowcarb team member 16/1/22 00:36

Many thanks for sharing this recipe.

All the best Jan

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Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary 16/1/22 02:16

Another fabulous loaf of bread, Angie! I absolutely love sunflower seeds, so I’m thrilled to see them here! A must bake for sure!

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babYpose 16/1/22 03:44

Looks so delicious the loaf coated with sunflower seed. Amazing recipe. Happy weekend dear Angie

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Haseen 16/1/22 10:14

Angie,
Your recipes are so interesting and creative! Thanks for another delight.

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Martyna 16/1/22 12:01

This looks very delicious ;)

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Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 16/1/22 13:14

Oh, how I'd love a thick slice with some cold butter!! Seedy whole wheat bread is my absolute favorite!!! YUM!

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Beata M. 16/1/22 20:46

This bread is amazing.

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Balvinder 16/1/22 23:59

I love breads with seeds and do make it pretty often. Your recipe sounds quite wonderful. I haven't used yogurt in bread but would love to give it a try.

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 18/1/22 19:00

My kind of bread! Love all of those sunflower seeds, Angie.

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