- 1/2 cup sorghum flour
- 1/2 cup millet flour
- 1/8 cup quinoa flour
- 1 cup cornstarch
- 1 cup + 1 TBS tapioca starch
Friday afternoon, I prepared my sponge. I took half of the flour mix above, added 3 TBS light brown sugar, and a packet of yeast (rapid rise this time). I stirred it up, covered it, and let it set. I had intended to make the bread Saturday afternoon, but did not have time. Sunday morning, I finished the recipe, let it rise, and put it in the oven.
We could hardly wait to cut into it. And we didn’t – within 15 minutes of it being out of the oven, we had eaten 5 pieces (between the two boys and me). It was really good. I had thought (yesterday) that I detected a very slight bitterness to it, but it went away with only a teeny tiny bit of butter. But, it may just be my preggo tastebuds (they’re a little off right now). Braden said “this is the best bread ever. You should make this every time you don’t have a new recipe to try.” (Braden is a true believer in Cassandra’s Gluten-Free Test Kitchen.) Andy tried it this morning and said it’s really good. It is still very soft today.
While writing this post, I heard a loud pop and some metal clinking downstairs. Upon inspecting the kitchen, I found the lid to my bowl that contains a sour sponge for tomorrow, had popped off and flown across the counter. Perhaps I shouldn’t put a tight lid on it, lol.