Rye meal

Rye meal

Rye meal is roughly crushed rye, which is available in health food shops or well-stocked supermarkets. In contrast to finely ground rye flour, rye meal retains most of the rye skin. Bread dough with rye meal is darker, firmer and more aromatic than a dough made from wheat flour. Rye meal is rich in fibre and is suitable for baking strong breads such as brown bread.

All data per 100 g:
311 kcal
72 g
11 g
2 g

Recipes with Rye meal

Black bread
Black bread is very versatile. Mix wheat meal, rye meal and wheat flour. ...
Black Bread BBA
Black Bread BBA means that the bread is baked in bread baking machines. This lighter but slightly spicy black bread has a shelf life of several days and tastes best when cut into thin slices of about 0.5 cm to 1 cm thickness. ...
Rye Bread
Rye Bread For the rye bread mix rye meal, rye flour and wheat flour. Add sour dough, salt and yeast and season with bread spices. ...
Wheat wholemeal bread
Wheat wholemeal bread has a beautiful dark crust, tastes hearty and goes particularly well with hearty sausage, ham or cheese. Since the yeast dough is very heavy, it takes a long time to walk. ...

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