This is a recipe for The Super Sandwich Bread, transforming from my Lovely Panini and becoming a new favourite. During 2015 I relocated from Denmark to the UK, and later to Canada, where I live now. The recipe is a variation of the Lovely Panini, although, as I can’t find Pofiber neither in United Kingdom nor in Canada, I created a new Super Sandwich Bread based on ingredients available in these countries. Pofiber is a Swedish product and it’s amazing for us, who live on a Low Carb High Fat lifestyle, BUT the company does not sell overseas. Too bad.
How to make the Super Sandwich Bread
8 eggs, medium size
300 g full fat cottage cheese ( ricotta is ok also, like the half of it)
60 g butter, melted and slightly cooled
100 ml almond flour (pls note: ML!)
100 ml coconut flour (not grated coconut) (pls note: ML!)
50 ml blue poppy seeds (can be left out) (pls note: ML!)
4 tbsp HUSK psyllium fibres
2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp salt
Sesame seeds to sprinkle on top before baking, if you like.
Put the eggs, the cottage cheese and the melted butter in the blender for 15-20 seconds.
Mix the dry items and put half of it into the blender. Afterwards, mix it all together in a bowl (se picture in your right).
Arrange the dough on a parchment baking paper in a baking pan. The size of my pan is 28 x 40 cm /11″ x 15″, and the thickness of the dough will approx be 10 mm / 0,5″. Bake the bread for 20 minutes at 200 degrees C / 400 degrees F.
- If the dough is too wet and loose, you can add a little more HUSK like 1/2-1 tbsp, but be careful, even a small amount is effective.
- You can bake the bread in a Weber gas grill using a baking stone. Place the baking pan on the stone, and keep an eye on the heat.
- Be aware that the Husk Fibres are so sensitive, just a bit too much and the dough will be thick and dry. I made this bread so often, and it doesn’t really matter, just be aware that the HUSK can easily, and even in these small amounts, be the one that changes the moisture of the dough.
- You can add chilli, oregano, cumin or other lovely things to give your bread a special flavour.