Onion Bread To Cry For

Published January 25, 2012 by Polana Fowdrey

Sometimes something is required upon which one can pile leafy salads, home-made nut cheeses and pates, kimchi and olives.

Some way needs to be found to construct an open sandwich… something bread-y.

When such occasions arise, I solve my dilemma by making this delicious light onion bread:

Onion Bread

Equipment:

Food processor (optional) Dehydrator (or fan oven)

Ingredients:

2 small onions/ 1 medium

1 cup sunflower seeds

1 cup water

4 dsp olive oil

2 dsp sprouted flax seed powder/ milled chia seed

Method:

Soak the sunflower seeds for a few hours to soften them and release the enzymes.

Chop the onion into tiny pieces. You can use the food processor for this if you prefer. Place the onion in a bowl and set aside.

Blend the sunflower seeds with water and oil to a smooth puree.

Add the sunflower puree to the onion and mix in well.

Add the chia or flax seeds and stir in thoroughly.

Pour the mixture onto a dehydrator sheet (non-stick) and spread it out to about 1/2 inch or 1 cm thickness.

Score into slices (I use a pizza cutter) and dehydrate on 115 degrees Fahrenheit, turning the slices off the non-stick sheet when they are firm enough and continue drying until the onion bread is the right texture (approx 24 hours.)

I usually cut my bread into triangles and get 8 slices out of this mixture. You can scale the ingredients up or down to vary the quantity.

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One comment on “Onion Bread To Cry For

  • Whoa! This blog looks something like my old one! It’s on a totally different subject conversely it has pretty
    much the same layout and design. Outstanding choice of colors!

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