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Soy flour bread – mini loaves

Some time ago (and when I say some, I mean a few months), I bought soy flour. It just glared at me from the shelf. Ooo, I thought to myself – imagine all the things that can be made! Pastries, breads, scones – you name it. The ideas rushed through my head and buy the time I made it to the cashier, I had already visualized an array of protein loaded baked goods.

Then the real me took over. Sometimes that initial shower of ideas just kind of wears off by the time you get home from the grocery store to unpack your bags. Since then, the soy flour has just been sitting in the back of a shelf, feeling lonely and left out because it hasn’t been used as often as the flaxseed meal.

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Breakfast anyone?

You’ve probably already guessed where I’m going with this. Yup. I finally made my soy flour bread. The crust is strong and chewy, and the inside is on the denser side with a nice sourdough taste to it. It’s a great white loaf (with more protein than “normal” bread) to make sandwiches out of, or to toast and serve with marmelade. So if you just happen to have soy flour in your cupboard, now you know what to do with it.

Soy flour bread – mini loaves | bitterbaker.com
Top them off with your favorite seeds – two strong candidates for me are sesame seeds and poppy seeds!

Soy flour bread – mini loaves
Total time: 10 hours to let the pre-dough get active, then another 6 hours to let the dough rise and bake the buns. Makes 9 mini loaves.

Ingredients
Day 1

  • 100 g (3.5 oz) white starter
  • 297 g (10.5 oz, not fluid!) filtered water
  • 150 g (5.3 oz) bread flour

Day 2

  • 1 tbsp sea salt
  • 2 tbsp honey
  • 110 g (3.9 oz) soy flour
  • 100 g (3.5 oz) whole wheat flour
  • 200 g (7.1 oz) bread flour

Toppings
oat bran
poppy seeds
sesame seeds

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Doesn’t even look like it’s healthier than “normal” white bread, does it?

Instructions
Mix starter, water and bread flour in a bowl. Cover with plastic wrap and let rest in room temperature for 6-10 hours. Add sea salt, honey, soy flour, whole wheat flour and finally bread flour. Knead to a dough. Cover the bowl with a kitchen towel and let the dough rise in room temperature for 3 hours.

Divide the dough into 9 pieces. Shape into mini loaves, dip the bottoms in oat bran, and put in a greased mini loaf pan. Let rise for another 2-3 hours. Preheat the oven to 450°F. Brush the mini loaves with water and sprinkle over sesame seeds and poppy seeds. Spray some water on the bottom of the oven before you put in the mini loaves. Turn down the temperature and bake at 390°F for 20-25 minutes until the loaves are golden brown.

Take the loaves out from the loaf pan and let them cool on a rack.

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The crust is nice and chewy, and the inside is on the denser side with a nice sourdough taste.

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    18 thoughts on “Soy flour bread – mini loaves

      1. Yvonne Rogell Post author

        Thanks Korena! It’s kind of fun to use things for bread baking that you normally don’t associate with bread. I’m thinking edamame beans next time! :)

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    1. laurasmess

      Soy flour is completely new to me also! I love the look of these little loaves. I am very enthusiastic about anything that resembles sourdough so I reckon I’d love them! Beautiful photos Yvonne! xx

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    2. Simona

      I am at a point that when shopping, I don’t stop in front of flours any more, otherwise I’d come home with yet another type of flour. However, if someone can assure me that with every flour I buy I can make something as lovely as your mini loaves, then I’ll change behavior. I wish I could taste a slice.

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