View Full Version : Onion bread recipe?
11-26-2005, 04:13 PM
Is this in Alissa's book? If so, I was unable to find it in the index. Could someone please kindly point me to where I may find it? I would love to try making it, as I have a few spanish sweet onions just calling out my name to make them into something.
Thanks in advance,
11-26-2005, 04:19 PM
Nope, it isn't in Alissa's book...it was posted here some time ago.
Here ya go: http://www.rawfoodtalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1149&highlight=onion+bread
Now, many of us have cut back on the amount of onions...heck, I only use one onion in mine as it can get pretty darn oniony!! :eek: But some like the recipe just as is...so just want to forewarn ya!
Hope you enjoy it!
11-26-2005, 04:22 PM
Thank you Rawkinlocs! I would love to try this!
Edit: an hour or so later - I have some in the dehydrator now, I used 1.5 large spanish onions. I hope it is sweet enough. I didn't have Nama Shoyu so I used celtic salt to taste, instead.
11-27-2005, 09:50 AM
I just made my first batch a month or so ago, and boy did it smell soooooo good. We just used the big white onions that we have up here. As ours are all gone for the year.
So, we weren't using the super sweet ones either, but they turned out really good. I like ths soft texture, for me this works, much better than a hard crispy cracker, although I like those too, just not every day, or even every week. LOL
the onion bread is excellent as a bread for sandwiches, it is very thin, but will hold up to raw mayo and tomato lettuce etc.
I hope you like it, it is a nice change of pace.
I make the flax crackers the onion bread, and Alissa's Pizza wraps all the time now. I like the variety and boy are they inexpensive to make too.
11-27-2005, 10:45 AM
I made it, and dehydrated it for quite a bit longer than the recipe said, and taking the cue from your thanksgiving pictures, I made them round, and then cut them into quarters so that each was shaped like a pizza. The only thing I would have liked better is if I had ground up the sunflower seeds beforehand, but it still looks/tastes good.
I made some guacamole to go with it, and it's yummy, chewy and bready. The guacamole flavor and the onion really complement each other. I also like that it's less "flaxy", then the straight flax crackers.
I definitely will be making it again.
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