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Vegan Whole Grain Corn Bread

IMG_1707Me and corn flour were never good friends.
IMG_1735Everything I tried to cook from it did not cause any enthusiasm. Salty, sweet – doesn’t matter. I just didn’t like it!
IMG_1714Recently, I was in a store and there was a pack of corn flour on sale.
IMG_1734It’s time to break the “vicious circle”, I thought. So I decided to create this bread.
IMG_1718The recipe I came up with was just perfect! No complicated and superfluous ingredients. It cooks very simply and the result is always perfect.
IMG_1720Delicate, juicy! It’s just a miracle! There is no all-purpose flour here, so the cake can be safely called whole grain.
IMG_1733You can experiment with it too: try adding lavender, orange peel or even chocolate chips to the mix.
IMG_1722If you want to use this bread as a main, then you can add a little red pepper and salt to the recipe, just lower the amount of brown sugar. The best recipe for everything!
IMG_1724The bread is delicate, slightly moist and very fragrant. I use coarse gound cornmeal flour because only this type of all-purpose flour can give our bread the texture I like so much. I promise: You will like it!
IMG_1726Ready? Set? Let’s go cooking!

We will need:

1 cup (250 ml.) of whole wheat flour

1 cup of cornmeal

1/2 teaspoons of baking soda (I use baking powder)

1 cup of soy, almond or any other milk

2 tbsp. of vinegar or lemon juice

1 tbsp. of flaxseed meal + 3 tbsp. of water (can be substituted for 1 egg)

1/4 cup odorless vegetable oil (I use canola oil)

1/4 cup of agave syrup

4 tbsp. of brown sugar (or plain if that is what you have)

Coconut oil for the mold

Preheat the oven to 165C / 325F.
IMG_1699Mix the 2 kinds of flour, add the soda and sugar.
IMG_1701Combine the milk, vinegar, oil, seed, water and syrup. Mix and pour into the dry composition.
IMG_1703You should get a liquid dough. Lubricate the mold with coconut oil, pour the dough there. It’s so simple it’s even boring.
IMG_1705Put in the oven for 40 minutes.
IMG_1712The bread should blush and rise.
IMG_1728Cool it off and cut.
IMG_1724Delicate, delicious, sweet!
IMG_1731Bon appetit!


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