Multiseed Bread with Carrot and Yogurt

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Another daily bread,adapted from Küchen Götter, contains grated carrots, plain yogurt and seeds such as flax seed, quinoa, buckwheat and amaranth, which are all good for you.

  • 380 g Bread flour
  • 150 g Wholegrain spelt flour
  • 1 tbsp Sugar
  • 1 package / 7 g Instant dried yeast
  • 2 tsp Salt
  • 150 g A mix of quinoa, flaxseed, buckwheat and amaranth
  • 1 Medium sized carrot, peeled and grated
  • 70 g Plain yogurt
  • 250 ml Lukewarm water
  1. Whisk together bread flour, spelt flour, sugar, and salt in a mixing bowl. Make a well in the center. Add in seeds, grated carrot, 50 grams of yogurt and water.
  2. Stir at first on low speed until a rough dough begins to form. Increase the speed and beat until the dough is smooth and elastic.
  3. Turn out the dough and shape into a ball. Return it to the mixing bowl. Cover with a kitchen towel leave it in a warm place for an hour or until it’s doubled in size.
  4. On a lightly floured work surface, roll the dough into a rectangular shape and roll it up. Place it into a parchment paper lined loaf pan. Cover again with the towel and set aside in a warm place for 50 minutes to rise.
  5. Preheat the oven to 200C/400F. When the loaf has risen, brush the surface with the rest of yogurt and bake for 50 to 60 minutes until nicely golden brown.

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86 comments:

cquek 16/11/12 07:45

Holy cow! I’ll have to try it. They look delish.

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Vidya 16/11/12 07:48

Healthy and delicious bread....loved the addition of flaxseed and carrot.

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 16/11/12 07:52

A wonderful bread! Surely very flavorful.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Mich - Piece of Cake 16/11/12 07:54

What a beautiful loaf! I love to use yoghurt in my bread as well, I find that it lends a soft texture to the bake.

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Cheah ~ No-Frills Recipes 16/11/12 08:05

This is healthy bread. I like the shape!

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Ann@Anncoo Journal 16/11/12 08:07

Sounds great with yogurt in the bread, very healthy :)

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thecompletecookbook 16/11/12 08:15

Wow Angie, what an incredible loaf of bread.
:-) Mandy

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Munatycooking 16/11/12 08:58

You have no idea how much I wait for your bread recipes, we just love them. I can't wait to try this beautiful loaf myself :)

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Vimitha Anand 16/11/12 09:46

Thats a beautifully baked bread... looks so gorgeous Angie

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Kitcheninspirations 16/11/12 09:49

Such a perfect looking loaf, Angie. And I'm sure the carrots add a lovely sweetness that would make this bread a delightful sandwich bread or even a breakfast bread. Nicely done, as usual!

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EliFla 16/11/12 11:05

I'm really curious about the taste of this bread..have a nice weekend Flavia

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Paula @ Vintage Kitchen 16/11/12 11:25

Adding grated carrot is the best idea Angie! This is the kind of bread I bake for myself. Wonderful recipe!

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Happy Cook / Finla 16/11/12 12:22

Never made breads with carrot in them,i love the idea.

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suhaina aji 16/11/12 12:23

that is a very healthy bread..looks yumm.

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Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen 16/11/12 12:54

What a beautiful loaf of bread Angie. Full of goodness and I love bread with a variety of seeds. Hope you have a lovely weekend.
Sam

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What's Baking?? 16/11/12 13:55

I'd love to have the whole loaf please..look so good.

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Elisabeth 16/11/12 14:07

Wow, Angie! I could eat this delicious loaf of bread, all by myself:) (love the carrots)...Have a wonderful weekend! xo

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The Red Apron 16/11/12 14:10

I'm getting my professional grade Mixer today, so I'll be able to bake some bread now.
Can't wait to try this.
Everything you make looks so delicious.

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Anne Regalado 16/11/12 14:41

Angie , your bread looks terrific ! Love the flavor and texture :)

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kitchen flavours 16/11/12 14:56

This is one beautiful loaf of bread! Love it!

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CJ - Food Stories 16/11/12 15:25

This looks so interesting ... I've never used carrots in a savory bread before ... Looks great :-)

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Susan 16/11/12 16:48

We are definitely "baking sisters!" I made carrot cupcakes yesterday, but this bread is just so yummy looking and healthy, it's on my to do list for today, XOXO

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Nammi 16/11/12 17:39

oh my goodness, thats a is a true work of art, I wish I could bake breads like these , mine always ends up hard as a rock :(. This so.... beautiful!!!

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Koko 16/11/12 17:51

I love the variety of seeds in here, Angie, and the fact that there is vegetables! The loaf contains so much goodness, but looks soo light and fluffy.

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twodogsinthekitchen 16/11/12 18:20

Your breads always look so delicious, fresh, soft and chewy. I just want to dive into my screen! Love the addition of the vegetables.

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Guru Uru 16/11/12 18:48

Such a warm soft and fluffy recipe :)

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru

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The Café Sucré Farine 16/11/12 20:17

I'm thinking this would make a fabulous sandwich, or toast or just warm from the oven with a pat of butter or............. Oh my, I'm getting carried away but it's your fault, Angie! :)

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Ilke 16/11/12 22:13

Another one to make from your site. Wonderful!
I assume you dont soak and cook the seeds like you did with the bulgur one before you mix them in?

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sophiesfoodiefiles 16/11/12 22:32

What a lovely & special bread! I bet toasting tis would be great & tasty too! MMMMM!

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Norma Chang 16/11/12 22:42

That is one good looking loaf of bread, a couple slices and a green salad will make a delicious lunch. May be a pat of butter.

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Betty 17/11/12 01:18

This is a gorgeous loaf of bread, and it sounds so good for you too. I love seeded breads! :)

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Mary 17/11/12 02:06

What a grand looking loaf. It's gone onto my must-try list. Have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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Torviewtoronto 17/11/12 02:59

beautiful bread lovely pictures angie

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Kit @ i-lostinausten 17/11/12 08:12

What a healthy & lovely bread! Love the combos especially quinoa in this bread! YUM! :)

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cquek 17/11/12 09:12

Mouth watering...even this early in the morning :)

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Debra Eliotseats 17/11/12 09:50

Absolutely making this. I am imagining it toasted with melted butter and honey!

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Angie's Recipes 17/11/12 12:15

@Ilke
No, I just dumped all of them in the dough ;-))

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Joanne 17/11/12 12:32

I don't think I've ever seen a savory carrot bread like this! Looks great!

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lena 17/11/12 15:57

such a gorgeous loaf of bread! i know i will like this one too!

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Alice 17/11/12 16:03

love love love this :)

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Sweet Posy Dreams 17/11/12 16:11

Oh yum, that looks so good! I love seedy/nutty breads.

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Jeannie Tay 17/11/12 16:55

You bake the most wonderful looking and healthy bread.....I love the look of this loaf!

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Rosita Vargas 17/11/12 17:47

Es una delicia me gustaría probar luce muy lindo,abrazos y abrazos

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mjskit 17/11/12 19:26

I know I've said this before, but I have to say it again - you really need to open a bakery and sell your breads. they are awesome and I think this one has just become my favorite! YUM!

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Parsley Sage 17/11/12 19:47

So pretty! I'm with mjskit...open a bakery. In fact, I think you should open a bakery in CAYMAN! :)

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My Italian Smorgasbord 17/11/12 20:27

healthy, delicious and so inviting! love that one can actually see the orange of the carrots even after baking.

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Sara 17/11/12 21:35

A gorgeous bread! I adore breads with lots of different seeds, and the carrot sounds like a great addition! :)

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mylittleitaliankitchen 17/11/12 22:57

A gorgeous bread Angie. I bought something similar today but there will never be as nice as an homemade one. It has risen perfectly!

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the food dude 17/11/12 23:47

This bread looks awesome, great combo of ingredients! Beautiful photos too!

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Priya 18/11/12 01:46

Stunning and super irresistible bread,love to have some.

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Belinda @zomppa 18/11/12 02:07

Great way to get some good-for-you carrots in there!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 18/11/12 03:11

I can imagine how delicious this is warm from the oven with a little butter! Another wonderful and healthy loaf, Angie.

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Lizzy Do 18/11/12 04:07

Seedy breads are my absolute favorites! And I bet the carrots give a lovely sweetness... YUM!

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Rebecca Subbiah 18/11/12 05:46

wow what a fab bread a local German restaurant makes something similar yum

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Veena Theagarajan 18/11/12 10:55

very interesting... doing a perfect bread gives great baking pleasure! Bread looks so yummy!
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motherrimmy 18/11/12 16:34

I love the deep brown crust. I'm one of those people that eats the crust and leaves the middle, but I'm guessing the middle of the bread is as good as the crust.

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Jenn Kendall 18/11/12 17:47

wow, that looks so wonderfully healthy and delicious! i'd love a slice with a pat of butter for breakfast!

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Erica 18/11/12 19:10

Wow! That bread looks delicious,Angie!

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Hester @ Alchemy in the Kitchen 18/11/12 19:18

What a gorgeous loaf of bread stuffed full of flavour and texture. I wouldn't be able to stop myself cutting slice after slice of this!

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Spicie Foodie 18/11/12 22:23

Hi Angie,
I ate my first spelt bread today and I have fallen in love with the flour. This recipe would be a great place to start. Love all the healthy ingredients and baking with yogurt. Thanks for sharing:)

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Terra 18/11/12 22:27

Looks so hearty and delicious! I love the idea of carrots in a wonderful warm egg sandwich:-) Hugs, Terra

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Beth 18/11/12 23:38

When it comes to bread, the more seeds the better! And I love the idea of putting carrot in too - so tasty.

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Kiersten @ Oh My Veggies 18/11/12 23:53

How do you get it to look so darn perfect?! It really looks like you bought this at bakery! I am impressed. :)

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Cass @foodmyfriend 19/11/12 03:03

Stop teasing me with your delicious carb creations! This looks really yummy Angie. Slop some butter on a slice for me pleaase!

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Scrambled Megs 19/11/12 08:02

this looks amazing! just like a store bought loaf. mmmmmmmm

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Lite Home Bake 19/11/12 14:16

Awesome looking loaf, love all the healthy elements in it :)

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 19/11/12 17:58

Looks so wholesome and delicious. You are amazing with bread creations.

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Barbara Bakes 19/11/12 18:19

What a beautiful loaf of bread. Love how you changed it up.

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Anna @ Crunchy Creamy Sweet 19/11/12 18:57

Oooh, this looks fabulous, Angie! Love the addition of carrots - I can have my bread AND veggies! Yum!

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The Squishy Monster 19/11/12 19:44

I've been going nuts with adding yogurt to everything lately---one more for the books! =)

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Lena Mumenthaler 19/11/12 20:24

Oh, your bread looks amazing. Love the addition of yogurt and carrot. I really need to get back into baking bread again. I seriously slacked off the last few months.

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teresa 19/11/12 21:24

wow! what a fun and unique bread! great flavors!

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Balvinder 20/11/12 04:36

You are a bread queen! You always come up with wonderful recipes.

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My Little Space 20/11/12 13:00

Ooooo....you really know how to tempt me with breads. haha.... This looks incredibly delish & healthy. thanks so much for another beautiful recipe Angie.
Kristy

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Soni 20/11/12 23:07

Such a delicious looking bread this is! Would love to try a bite :)

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Soni 20/11/12 23:07

Such a delicious looking bread this is! Would love to try a bite :)

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Patty 21/11/12 01:16

Another beautiful tempting loaf of bread, love the spelt flour and the carrot in this one;-)

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rita cooks italian 21/11/12 03:05

Dear Angie, another winning breakfast bread (I would eat for breakfast, but I am sure is good also with meals). I've never added yogurt to bread mix, interesting.

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Baker Street 22/11/12 11:45

Mmmm.. What an incredibly delicious loaf!

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Gloria 23/11/12 17:31

Angie this type of bread is perfect I think, always I wanna make one of your breads are georgeous always, bookmarked, sigh! (i neeed more time to bake) LOL

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amy 17/2/13 16:28

Hi Angie. Thank you for this great recipe. I had not come across using carrot in bread before (although I use it in cake and muffins a lot) and it sounded great. I made it this week and we loved it. I added a handful of fennel seeds and the flavour combination was a winner. Your bread never fails me and I love the wide range you make, which inspires me. Thank you again.

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Anonymous 18/2/13 19:12

I love the Mark Twain quote about the peach and the cauliflower!

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