Sunflower & Flax Seed Bread

After taking steamed buns for the past few days, I think it's about time to have some nice loaf of bread! I bought some flax seeds two months ago and the packing is still perfectly sealed. I just found out flax seeds is actually rich in Omega-3 fatty acid which is good for our health. Flax seeds look a little bigger than sesame seeds and its come in brown & yellow. Click here for more info. And here, what I did!

Ingredients :
1-1/3 cups water
2 tbsp butter
3 tbsp honey
1 tspn salt
1-1/2 cups bread flour
1-1/3 cups whole wheat flour
1/2 cup flax seeds
1/2 cup sunflower seeds
1 tspn yeast

Method :

- add all ingredients together to form a soft dough.
- leave to rest for an hour.
- then punch out the air from the dough and knead till smooth.
- roll flat the dough and roll it up like swiss roll.

- place it to a 9x5" baking tray and proof for 30-40 mins.
- finally, bake at 190' for 40 mins or untill golden brown.

You can toast it or make sandwiches or just have it plain... Well, I'm having it with my Nutella and also toast it with some butter. What about you???

Comments

  1. i love the second picture...the way the dough has risen and the seeds on it. looks pretty.awesome

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  2. Yes, nutella is always good! You are such a good baker. I am so jealous, I wish I could do half as well. I love how you always throw something healthy in there for us. You show us some gorgeous, scrumptious sweets...then boom something good for you! haha! I love that!

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  3. wow.. i wish i could go out for supper now.. just looking at this home made bun made me salivate.. ooopss..

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  4. Incidentally I too baked a loaf of wholemeal bread which I took to my mom today:D Your bread looks very fluffy and healthy with all the seeds in it. I usually eat my bread with butter and jam and sometimes with ham packed to office for lunch:)

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  5. Just butter, please. Melted all over that lovely bread!

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  6. Bravo! C'est un pain très réussi.
    Il est magnifique.
    See soon.

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  7. Magnificent! Kristy, that loaf looks absolutely perfect!

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  8. Beautiful texture....and healthy, too. I haven't seen one here as nice as yours. Kristy, you should open a bakery! $$$ will roll in as your desserts roll out :D

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  9. Awesome pictures you are truly getting to be a pro at everything wowow~

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  10. perfectly baked! You are such a great baker!

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  11. That's a perfect bread recipe you share my diva! Great!

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  12. Good day Ladies,

    Thanks so much for the kind words. Really appreciate it! Don't forget you ladies also an excellent cook & baker.

    Wenn : Welcome on board! Hope to hear from you more often.

    Have a wonderful weekend!

    Cheers always,
    Kristy

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  13. This loaf looks great. I love the way that you can see the swirl of the seeds in the slice, created by the rolling of the dough.
    Beautiful!

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  14. Check my recipe for chocolate spread .. it's healthier than Nutella!

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  15. Your loaf of bread looks great, can just eat it on its own!

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  16. That's a beautiful bread! I would have a tomato sandwich with Swiss cheese and mayo. Heaven.

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  17. Oh you temptress - maybe with cheese and tomato. Or just some hipped butter... or dipped in olive oil.... just so delicious.

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  18. This looks so perfect! Love your bread!

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  19. Hi Kristy,

    Thank you so much for stopping by my blog. Yes, I had "lost" you too after FB changed...

    I love flax seeds. The bread sounds wonderful. And you can't beat Nutella as a topping!

    Again, thanks for staying in touch!

    Andrea

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  20. Kristy,
    You have outdone yourself with this one! That loaf looks so perfect! And it is healthy too. A great way of including flax seed in the diet. Excellent!

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  21. Beautifully prepared and presented! Well done indeed! Nice fresh creamery butter on mine, please.

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  22. Oh Kristy...I'm late. Anymore left for me??

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  23. Nutella.......agree - your second photo is cool - it's alive! This would be perfect my tea right now.....have a great day too!

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  24. Kate the Bake : Welcome on board! Thanks for stopping by and hope to see you more often.

    Laura : Thank you so much for the homemade nutella recipe. I'm going to try it out soon!

    Cheah : I think I still prefer toast!

    Trix : Thanks! Hm..mm.. tomato, chese & mayo...sounds great too!

    Claudia : Butter is a must even for toast!

    Blessed Homemaker : Thanks alot!

    Rebecca : Thanks! Still looking forward to see more of your homemade bread. hehe....

    Andrea : Hi there, thanks for stopping by! It's a pleasure of seeing you around and am truely happy to hear from you too. Keep in touch!

    Shirley : Thanks for your kind words, daaaarling!

    Katy : That's sound terrific too!

    Anncoo : Sorry, none left but I've some ice-cream coming up after this!

    Have a wonderful day, Ladies!
    & Happy Women's Day!

    Best Wishes,
    Kristy

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  25. I thought that bread looked amazing by itself. Then I saw the Nutella and that just took it to a whole new level!

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  26. Beautiful bread Kristy. Yes, I want the same spread.

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