Whole wheat flour (if you don't have any, then bread flour is fine)
Bread (strong) flour
1 1/2 teaspoons
●Soy Milk (or water)
●Canola oil (or vegetable oil)
This time I added raisins and walnuts
A handful of each
Preheat your oven to 200℃. Mix all the ● ingredients together and then crumble the tofu over it and mix together.
Mix in your desired ingredients as well (this time I used raisins and walnuts).
Add in the rest of the dry ingredients, and gently knead it. You're done when the dough no longer sticks to your hands and it's the softness of an earlobe. Adjust the amount of soy milk or water as necessary.
Note: In Step 3, you don't have to sift the flour. Don't over-knead the dough! It's better if the dough is softer rather than firm (this does make it harder to form the dough)...
Form it into your desired shapes and then bake for 25 minutes in your preheated oven at 200℃. It's done. If it sticks to your hand, dust with some flour.
Adjust the baking time and temperature based on your oven.
Story Behind this Recipe
I made this recipe because I wanted a bread that was healthy, didn't need proofing, and had no eggs nor dairy products.
Just mix it and bake it!
You can use whatever ingredients you would like. Corn, beans, chocolate, and wiener sausages all go great with this bread. When they cool, they will be a bit firm, so when you want to eat them, heat them up in a toaster oven!
If you're going to make this a sweet bread, instead of salt, use 30-50 g of sugar.