Starchless yeast buns

Category: Healthy eating
Starchless yeast buns

Ingredients

Nut flour, preferably fat-free (I have sesame flour) 35g
Dried zucchini flour 10g
Dried Onion Flour 5g
Psyllium 16g
Baking powder 0.5 mph l
Adyghe salt 0.5 mph l
Soft fat-free cottage cheese 60g
Water 60g
Eggs 2 pcs
Pressed yeast 10g

Cooking method

Starchless yeast buns
Prepare dough: mix flour from zucchini, flour from onions, grind yeast there, dilute with water. Put in a warm place.
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It can be seen how the dough rose after 30 minutes.
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Mix eggs, cottage cheese, dough and dry ingredients. Place the dough to rise in a warm place.
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It can be seen that after 2 hours the dough has risen slightly.
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I shaped buns using ice cream spoons of different diameters.
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She baked in AF Phillips at 150 * for 12 minutes, then separated some of the buns and set for another 3 minutes (for experimental purposes).
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Three buns on the right were baked for 12 minutes, the rest - 15 minutes.
Incision:
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Fault:
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Note

Repeated attempts to bake bread and rolls from starchless dough on baking powder did not satisfy me with their heavy structure. Suddenly, the idea came to mind about simple carbohydrates (in the absence of starch) in the composition of dried onions and zucchini, which I introduced into the dough to reduce the fat content of nut flour. And even such a small amount of them raised the dough, the dough itself, of course, from heavy nut flour - to a lesser extent. But, nevertheless, the structure obtained during the baking made me very happy.
The ratio of the components may seem strange: 2 tsp. psyllium and 10 g of yeast I put on 500 g of wheat or a mixture of wheat and rye flour (mixture with CZ 50:50). In this recipe, flour (nut + vegetable) is 10 times less, but the structure of the resulting dough is very close to our usual bread - fluffy, airy. The crust is thin.
The only thing I will add next time is to grease it with an egg before and after sprinkling with sesame seeds to keep the sprinkling better. I think that the next will be open cakes from such a dough.
Since the Chef decided to move the recipe from the Healthy food section, I want to emphasize that the recipe is aimed at those who want to lose weight and maintain the achieved results. That is, for those for whom the problem of baking, and especially bread, comes to the fore in dietary restrictions. For some reason, everything is problematic with baking bread. With sweet pastries (on stevioside), everything is easier.

Tricia
I barely found your recipe! For some reason, I can't see it in the new ones. I'm taking it to bookmarks.
It’s a pity that my son is allergic to nuts, I’m afraid to bake-cook with them, so that inadvertently he doesn’t grab a piece himself or my husband doesn’t give it away. Would bake right now - they look great, simple!
Anna1957
Quote: Tricia
For some reason, I can't see it in the new ones.
Well, vooot. And yesterday, just in Novy, everyone was an eyesore)) Yes, you don't need it with your weight))
Quote: Tricia
look great simple!
Yes, they not only look - the consistency and taste are just bread.
The only "but" that I did not warn about in the recipe, since this is a variant of eateries, not sweet buns. Dough smells terribly of onions)) In ready-made buns, this smell is in the background and does not seem alien. If this smell gets in the way, it can be easily masked by adding your favorite spicy herbs.
Today I want to try if it will work with one zucchini.




Rolled. For 15g of squash flour, the dough soared even higher Starchless yeast buns
dopleta
What an interesting recipe! And the taste, you say - bread? Wow, and again without wheat flour! It's great! And I'm sure it's delicious!
Gala
An, great buns turned out! Thanks for your detailed research. I'll take it on board.
Do you make flour from zucchini and onions in the dryer?
It is a pity that the recipe was moved here, nevertheless, these buns are in the "Healthy food" section
Anna1957

Quote: Gala
Do you make flour from zucchini and onions in the dryer?
It is a pity that the recipe was moved here, nevertheless, these buns are in the "Healthy food" section

Yes, in the dryer.
And yes, I'm sorry too - ordinary people don't need this, and losing weight may not see it.




Quote: dopleta
Wow, and again without wheat flour!
We got such a share ...)))
But we don't give up))
dopleta
Anya, can't you move it yourself? Change the line in the column with the "edit" button? Right under the title of the recipe.
Gala
Quote: Anna1957

And yes, I'm sorry too - ordinary people don't need this, and losing weight may not see it.
I noticed that he also transferred my keto bread recipe to the flaxseed bread section. This is very inconvenient! I look at such recipes in the Healthy food section, it is convenient there and everything is in one place.
Chef
From "Healthy Nutrition" nothing was specially transferred. But the section will still be disbanded in the future.
Anna1957
Quote: Harsh moderator
But the section will still be disbanded in the future.
And what is it dictated by? Many people need this. Another thing is that many interpret the term itself in different ways.





Quote: dopleta
Can't you move it yourself?
I was not thinking about it. I decided that the Chief knows better, especially since this is not the first time he has done this at his own discretion. And I just explained in a note - it's not difficult for me.
Gala
Quote: Harsh moderator

But the section will still be disbanded in the future.
Quote: Anna1957
And what is it dictated by?
I subscribe to the question.




Let the section be named differently, but such recipes should be in one special place, and not among the huge number of recipes for various breads, where they cannot be found.
Anna1957
Quote: Gala
and not among a huge number of recipes for various breads, where they cannot be found.
Agree.
Chef
Quote: Gala
not among the huge number of recipes
There is a huge number of recipes in this huge number of recipes that fit under the "Healthy Eating" section. Look at the "Salads" section. But this is not a reason to transfer them to Healthy Food.

Separate recipe sections "Healthy food", "Festive cuisine", "Lenten recipes", "National cuisine", etc. should not be. Otherwise, you get a mixture of buns with salads. But compilations are a completely different, correct thing.

Therefore, it is quite possible to make a selection "Healthy food".

By this type:
https://Mcooker-en.icdself.com/in...amp;task=view&id=1646
Or like this:
https://Mcooker-en.icdself.com/in...amp;task=view&id=1444
Or like this:
https://Mcooker-en.icdself.com/in...om_smf&topic=186313.0

In this case, nothing will be lost. And not like now - a little bit in Healthy Nutrition, a little bit somewhere else.

marina-mm
Harsh moderator, the selection "Healthy food" is needed, according to the type of "Vegan menu" I like.
And who will deal with sorting? This is not a small job.
Anna1957
Quote: Harsh moderator
At least take a look at the section "Salads".
Chef, the trick is that not all salads are healthy food in terms of the composition of the components. There are very few of them. And these recipes for "healthy eating" are created by those who are concerned about this process. I put my turnip caviar into Healthy Food, and you removed it from there. And I have quite a reasonable justification for this - the low GI of this very turnip in a heat-treated form. But not everyone knows this - and so a person receives additional knowledge that may be useful to him not now, so in the future.
And with bread - generally a separate song.
marina-mm
Anna, pumpkin seed flour is suitable as nut flour, do I understand correctly?
And just dry and grind the zucchini, there will be flour, right?
I just thought, what if you grind dried apples instead of zucchini?
Chef
Marina, can be filled together, as it was done with vegan (lean) ones.
True, there are nuances. What is a healthy diet for one disease will be detrimental to another.
Anna1957
Quote: Harsh moderator
What is a healthy diet for one disease will be detrimental to another.
Absolutely right.





Quote: marina-mm
pumpkin
It is from the seeds. And not from the pulp, like squash.
Quote: marina-mm
and if you grind dried apples instead of zucchini?
I do this too, but paired with a zucchini. True, I have not yet reached the yeast version. And my last sweet options are almond and apple with GM and baking powder.
marina-mm
With the filling, not everything will be unambiguous, probably the author of the recipe claims to be justified in getting the recipe into Healthy Nutrition, again from his point of view.
I was looking through the section and accidentally found Lemon Sourdough Buns lean, but they are not in the section with vegan recipes. I think there are many similar recipes scattered, not tied to the collection.





Anna, pumpkin seeds, yes.
I don't have glucomannan, and I'm looking at not sweet options, these buns are therefore interested in that they are not sweet and fluffy, yeast.
Anna1957
Quote: marina-mm
I don't have glucomannan
So these are without GM, they are on psyllium. Although I really want to check the interchangeability. But the fact that yeast can rise in the absence of flour and sugar or honey, only due to the minimum amount of sugars in dried vegetables - this first occurred to me. So I will develop this topic.





It also seems to me after today's not very successful experiment with walnut flour that fat-free flour is preferable. My sesame was just like that. Now there are a couple of servings left, we must rather look for a new one.
marina-mm
Quote: Anna1957
Although I really want to check the interchangeability.
It would be interesting.
There is psyllium. I also want to try these buns because I can find the ingredients.
Gala
Quote: Harsh moderator

Separate recipe sections "Healthy food", "Festive cuisine", "Lenten recipes", "National cuisine", etc. should not be. Otherwise, you get a mixture of buns with salads. But the selections are completely different, the right thing ...
True, there are nuances. What is a healthy diet for one disease will be detrimental to another.
Quote: marina-mm

With the filling, not everything will be unambiguous, probably the author of the recipe claims to be justified in getting the recipe into Healthy Nutrition, again from his point of view.
I'm for the compilations. Let the section be not "Healthy food", but, for example, "Systemic nutrition". And within its framework, recipes are gluten-free, low-carb, low-GI, for the keto diet, for the Dukan diet, Sybarite, etc., etc. But everything will be in one place.
Anna1957
Quote: Gala
"System food". And within its framework, recipes are gluten-free, low-carb, low-GI, for the keto diet, for the Dukan diet, Sybarite, etc., etc. But everything will be in one place.
Yes, that's reasonable.
Anna1957
I want to show the structure of bread in a silicone mold according to a similar recipe on onion flour Starchless yeast buns The author of the bread and his photo is E. Stoyanova.
Gala
Good structure
Anh, does yeast (so that they work here) need some kind of vegetable flour?
Anna1957
Quote: Gala
any vegetable flour?
There must be some source of carbohydrates for the yeast - vegetable or fruit. Today I baked on almond + dry zucchini + dry apple. Cheesecake and apples (grated with GM and slices).Starchless yeast buns Starchless yeast buns
Gala
Quote: Anna1957

But the fact that yeast can rise in the absence of flour and sugar or honey, only due to the minimum amount of sugars in dried vegetables - this first occurred to me. So I will develop this topic.
Is it dried vegetables? And if you take raw zucchini?
Anna1957
Quote: Gala
And if you take raw zucchini?
You can try. But it's hard to guess - you can get wet, unbaked dough.
Gala
So you haven't tried it yet? I'll have to try. The main thing here is to choose the correct proportions of liquid flour.


Here's with psyllium and glucomannan. This is not the case for this recipe. I made baked goods according to a different recipe, and in one case I used psyllium, and in the other I used glucomannan.I didn't get fundamentally different results.
Anna1957
Next serving of snack foods (savory) Starchless yeast buns
Here I wanted to show the real yeast structure of the dough when dividing buns Starchless yeast buns
Section, rift Starchless yeast buns
And a 1 bite sandwich with salted mackerel Starchless yeast buns




Today I cooked without dough, mixed everything and put it on the rise in a warm place. Today vegetable flours in the following composition: onion, cabbage, dried eggplant 5g each. (Cabbage is the last experiment. Also rising by leaps and bounds).
Anna1957
New series of buns deposited with a large ice cream spoon (therefore there are fewer of them)Starchless yeast buns




You can see how much they have risen compared to the spoon.
Anna1957
Well, now the starchless buns will be in the same topic as the raisin buns. Who needs them in this thread ?? But those who are really interested in them will not find them in life.
marina-mm
Anna, it is necessary to collect a selection.
Anna1957
Next series: sesame 20g, walnut flour 15g. Psyllium 20g.Starchless yeast buns
marina-mm
Anna, from this series the rest - water, egg, cottage cheese according to the recipe? Without other types of flour?
Anna1957
Marina, yes, all by prescription. Within the same figures, I only change the ratio of the components - different flours (only nutty, starchless) and different dried vegetables. Here are just psyllium slowly began to increase - from 16 to 20g. Until the structure has suffered from this increase, I really like it. And while they like it in the form of buns. I'll wait with Ali for a silicone mold for AF size - then I'll try to bake a loaf.
marina-mm
Anna, thanks, I see. I consider everything, good airy biscuits. I have almost all eaters on duty now, there is no one to train on.
Anna1957
Today vegetable flour has been replaced by the same amount by weight of dried-frozen squash spirals.Starchless yeast buns Starchless yeast buns




I have never succeeded in such a beautiful cut.

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