Biscuits & Sun-dried Tomatoes

Buckwheat Bread
2 c buckwheat groats (soaked and dehydrated)
1 c golden flax seed (or chia seed)
1 c psyllium husks
1 t Celtic Sea salt
2 c water
1/4 c olive oil
1/4 c Irish moss gel
1 T honey

Grind all dry ingredients into flour. Blend all wet ingredients. In a large food processor, process wet ingredients into dry ingredients until dough. Use buckwheat flour to dust counter and rolling pin, and roll out dough to 1/3″ thinckness. Cut and dehydrate between 105-110 F for 6 hours.

I am such a huge fan of buckwheat! It has a strong flavor, so not everyone is as enthusiastic about it, but the little plant is so full of nutrition that I haven’t found something quite as satisfying. After sprouting, dehydrating, and making flour, buckwheat can be used to make anything where you would use regular flour. These biscuits are perfect for any bread substitute.

For this post I topped the biscuits with a slice of avocado and a pinch of Celtic Sea salt or a simple sun-dried tomato spread of sun-dried tomatoes, olive oil, and Celtic Sea salt. Enjoy!





9 Responses to Biscuits & Sun-dried Tomatoes

  1. Hi there :)

    I’d really like to make these, but don’t have a dehydrator.
    Is there any other way to make these?

    Also – which dehydrator do you use? (I will be purchasing one at SOME point)

    Thanks.
    -Zosia

    PS: I am new to your blog…but so far…I love it ;)

  2. Looks bloody fantastic! Do you know whether or not it would be possible to substitute additional flax or chia seeds for the psyllium husks?

    Sending Swedish hugs your way,
    Chris

  3. Zosia: I have not tried this for the bread recipe, but if you bake the dough on the lowest temperature with the door cracked it should have the same results. I use an Excalibur dehydrator between 105-115 degrees Fahrenheit. Hope that helps (and works)!

  4. Chris: That’s an idea! I haven’t tried it, but it may work. My only concern is that it would add too much bulk/heaviness. The psyllium keeps the bread…well, like bread :) If you try flax or chia let me know how it turns out. Enjoy!

  5. Wonderful post! I cannot wait to try and make these, they look and sound delicious. Thanks for posting such beautiful photos as well. Love your blog.

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