Ever since I turned paleo about five years ago, all I ever hear is; have you got any good bread recipes, and not the sweet kind like most of them are. Of the savory bread kind. Well that used to bother me too because I could never find a recipe that I liked for starters, but also a recipe that tasted like real bread.
For me real bread tastes like tradition Czech rye bread and if I can find a bread that's close to it, I'm happy. My bread recipe is something between the traditional European sour dough rye and a heavy wholemeal, but I can vouch that it tastes like a proper bread.
This one I am very proud of because it took me a long time to perfect it to make it just right. It is wonderful raw as a sandwich, but even better toasted with butter or avocado for breakfast. Definitely one of my favourite creations to date.
*in a saucepan bring the butter or oil, water and salt to the book and set aside for five mins
*stir in the tapioca and garlic into the wet mixture
*add the season and 2 eggs and stir through
*mix in the coconut flour, maca powder, flaxseed, chia seeds, baking powder and chili powder
*add some extra coconut flour onto your chopping board and empty the mixture on it to knead it all together to make a bread bun (this is quite a dry mixture so if you have a bread tin that's already Teflon, you won't need to butter the sides.