You are correct. 5 ingredients to make this Ciabatta like loaf.
`Omit the chilli and you’ve got a crusty, soft, fluffy bread stick for making garlic bread. But we recommend you keep the chilli, for chilli lovers you’ll get the slightest hint of warmth after a slice of two and just a little after ‘bite’ for those that aren’t so into chilli.
This was a ‘first try’ success story, we needed something to mop up the garlicky sauce to our garlic prawn recipe but wanted something with a little flavour – chilli and garlic are great combinations so we decided why not make something infused with a little heat to offset the next mornings garlic breath?
We threw together some flour, a little gluten-free yeast, some water, a pinch of salt and some dried chilli – shaped it as a log, let it rise and baked it – voila! It was exactly as we’d imagined it would be, if not better. Needless to say, there’s none left… next up, we’ll be testing out a black olive Ciabatta. Stay tuned!
|500gm gluten free plain flour|
|7g dry gluten free yeast|
|350ml warm water|
|2 tsp. dried chilli|
|1/2 tsp. salt|