In Honestly healthy, alkaline chef Natasha Corrett's cookbook "Cleanse", there is a great recipe for a Chia and teff bread. I love Natasha's way of cooking, great tasting and doable. However this bread has a lot of ingredients, but so worth it.
This bread reminds me of a sourdough type of bread, but without the hardship of fermenting dough.
But I had to change a few things to make the recipe work in the bread maker.
So down sized and pimped by me, Chia and teff bread:
375ml lukewarm water
1.5 tsp dried yeast
1 tsp salt
1.5 tsp rice syrup or honey
3 Tbsp neutral oil
15g psyllium husks
2 tsp grounded linseeds
70g teff flour
40g buckwheat flour
20g quinoa flour
70g tapioca flour
70g almond flour
15g potato flour
1 Tbsp chia seeds
1 Tbsp sesame seeds
Everything into the bread maker. Use the settings with the longest raising time.
Mine is the Gluten free setting.
If you want a larger loaf, double the ingredients, but not the yeast - only 2tsp.
A money saving tip is buying flours like Teff, tapioca, grounded almonds etc. in Indian supermarkets,
a 5th of the cost in the health shops.