I was recently on a quest for an incredibly easy, soft, gluten-free white (or sandwich) bread recipe that literally anyone could make. And since I have no patience, I wanted to be able to enjoy warm bread in an hour or so, not an entire afternoon.
Aside from being dead simple to make, quick, soft, and tasty, I wanted the bread to be gum-free. Psyllium husks are great for use in gluten-free baking, they are cheaper and easier to come by than xanthan gum and don’t cause the tummy upsets that gums can for some people.
Although I didn’t try it, I am thinking if you are dairy-free you can replace the milk in this recipe with a high-protein milk substitute like soy or you can just use water. If you use water, it will sink slightly in the middle but it will still be soft, tasty, quick, easy, and gum-free!
Prior to creating this recipe I always thought a good stand mixer was essential to baking homemade gluten-free bread. Interestingly, this recipe worked best with just a bowl and a whisk.
A few additional tips for great-tasting bread:
1. Asian flours are milled finer, giving superior results when you are looking for a soft, even texture and