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This bread is moist. The raisins make it sweet enough to indulge on, drizzled with lemon curd or smothered in jam, yet it’s savoury enough to enjoy dipped in a hearty soup. It is a multi-purpose bread—like a multi-purpose cleaner but edible. Oh, and it’s low fat. Win!
Note: Measurements entered in metric units.
Mix the flour, oats, raisins, walnuts, baking powder, salt and sugar in a bowl.
Mix the water with the milk in a separate jug and stir into the dry mixture. The mixture should have a porridge-like consistency.
Grease a 2-pound loaf tin (900g) and pour the mixture into the tin, leveling it with a spoon.
Place in a cold oven at 120ºC (250ºF) and leave for 35 minutes. Then increase heat to 180ºC (355ºF) and cook for a further 45-50 minutes.
Take bread out of the oven. The loaf should have separated from the sides of the tin and should be removed quite easily. Tap the bottom of the bread. If it sounds hollow then the bread is done; if not, stick it back in the oven for another 5-15 minutes.
Allow bread to cool before serving as it will continue to cook a little bit more once out of the oven.
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