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A few quick rye bread recipes!

  1. Rye bread is not very popular in the Netherlands. In one way or another, many people find it too dark to think it still looks very tasty. Or they just don't know it well, and therefore prefer to ignore it in the store. A great pity, because rye bread is just one of those old Dutch products that are useful to all of us.

  2. Rye bread is not very popular in the Netherlands. In one way or another, many people find it too dark to think it still looks very tasty. Or they just don't know it well, and therefore prefer to ignore it in the store. A great pity, because rye bread is just one of those old Dutch products that is useful to all of us.

  1. What exactly makes this crude type of bread so healthy, you might ask? We are happy to explain that to you! And while we're at it, we'll also give you some quick rye bread recipes right away. That way you immediately know what is possible with rye bread.

  2. What exactly makes this raw type of bread so healthy, you might ask? We are happy to explain that to you! And while we're at it, we'll also give you some quick rye bread recipes right away. That way you immediately know what is possible with rye bread.

Rye bread healthy

  1. Rye bread is made from rye, a grain that has quite a few advantages over wheat. Rye bread, for example, contains slightly less carbohydrates and more proteins. This is useful, because many people eat too many carbohydrates within our Western diet! In addition, those carbohydrates are also of a very healthy type.

  2. Rye bread is made from rye, a grain that has quite a few benefits over wheat. Rye bread, for example, contains slightly less carbohydrates and more proteins. This is useful, because many people in our Western diet eat too many carbohydrates! In addition, those carbohydrates are also of a very healthy type.

  1. Thanks to the many fibers, rye bread has a relatively low glycemic value. And rye bread also scores well when it comes to micronutrients. It contains more vitamin B6, vitamin E, potassium and iron. This makes it a very healthy type of bread! Make sure you don't buy rye bread with a lot of added sugar. There are a few of them, and of course that reduces health considerably.

  2. Thanks to the many fibers, rye bread has a relatively low glycemic value. And rye bread also scores well when it comes to micronutrients. It contains more vitamin B6, vitamin E, potassium and iron. This makes it a very healthy type of bread! Make sure you don't buy rye bread with a lot of added sugar. There are a few of them, and that of course reduces health considerably.

Good carbohydrates

  1. Despite the above benefits, some people will probably be a little hesitant about starting carbohydrates. The reason is that it contains carbohydrates. Carbohydrates are unfortunately rather blackened in the current diet types, because they trigger insulin production. Insulin allows for the storage of fat.

  1. What is forgotten, however, is that you won't store fat anyway if you don't eat too many calories. It is not the case that every gram of carbohydrates suddenly ends up around your waist. On the contrary: carbohydrates also contribute to muscle building, which in fact aids in weight loss. So don't be afraid to just eat some complex carbohydrates every now and then!

Rye bread recipe

  1. We already mentioned above that it is important not to buy rye bread with added sugars. That kind of refined sugars are actually pretty bad for your health.

  1. But how do you know for sure that you have a healthy rye bread? Of course you can just neatly read the labels to check all ingredients. A nicer option, however, is to simply bake that bread yourself. It's not complicated, and the ingredients are actually quite cheap.

  2. But how do you know for sure that you have a healthy rye bread? Of course you can just read the labels neatly to check all ingredients. A nicer option, however, is to simply bake that bread yourself. It's not complicated, and the ingredients are actually quite cheap.

For a rye bread you need the following:

  1. Place the rye and bran in a bowl. Boil the water, dissolve salt and honey in it, and pour it over the grains. Let it soak for 10 hours while stirring (for example overnight), so that a sticky mixture is formed. Knead well again. Form a loaf and roll it in the extra bran to cover the outer sides.

  1. Wrap the bread with a few layers of aluminum foil and bake for 2 hours at 180 degrees. Then turn off the oven and let the bread stand for another 5 hours. Once it's done, you can keep the bread good for about five days! Keep it in plastic to prevent it from drying out. Rye bread can also be frozen very well.

Variations with rye bread recipes

  1. Rye bread is known to many people as quite boring stuff that you only eat with pea soup. Certainly with the beautiful spring weather of late, you don't get very enthusiastic about it. Fortunately, rye bread has a lot more to offer than just serving as a side dish. We list a few fun and quick rye bread recipes below.

  2. Rye bread is known to many people as quite boring stuff that you only eat with pea soup. Certainly with the beautiful spring weather of recent times, you do not immediately get very enthusiastic about it. Fortunately, rye bread has a lot more to offer than just serving as a side dish. Below we list a few fun and quick rye bread recipes.

  1. Few people put rye bread in their lunch box for work and college. And indeed, due to the somewhat heavier taste, it does not always combine well with the toppings that you are used to. Still, rye bread can easily replace your usual sandwiches. Rye bread with a thick slice of cheese, for example, is delicious, as is apple syrup.

  1. You can also opt for more special fillings. Egg salad is also very tasty with it, especially if it is homemade. Or how about avocado, poached egg and a lot of heavy pepper? Hüttenkäse with fruit? Much more is possible than the traditional standard topping! You make your lunch healthier and more interesting.

  1. Rye bread and sweets, that is a combination that many people do not immediately think of. Nevertheless, the heavyness of the rye can go well with, for example, the taste of fruit. You can also use rye in sweet dishes, such as the bottom of a cheesecake. The basics are very simple.

  1. Mix an amount of your choice with about half the weight of dates. Add a spoonful of coconut oil. You can use more oil if the bottom does not stick well enough. If the bottom has been in the fridge for a while, it has already hardened enough! You can then pour a (preferably somewhat healthy) filling on top.

  1. A party soon and looking for tasty but healthy snacks to serve there? Rye bread rounds are an excellent basis for luxurious snacks. You can invest them with anything and everything, so that there is something for everyone. For example, put a slice of cucumber on each round, with some humus on top. Add a little chives, and you're done!

  1. Beets and pieces of salmon are also a creative combination with rye bread. And what about herring, sour cream and dill? Or turrets with brie, walnuts and honey? Incidentally, rye bread is also very tasty with a Dutch cheese platter with apple syrup and nuts.



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