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    Wheat free (not necessarily GF) Garlic Bread/French Stick???

    Thu Jun 15, 2006 6:20 pm Groupie
    Hey all,

    I'm in search of a good recipe for wheat free garlic bread.

    Doesn't have to be gluten free, as BIL can eat gluten but is allergic to wheat.

    All the bread I've seen doesn't really make a dough, more of a batter, so you can't free-form bake it. We did have a nice one from the health food store but I'd like to make it myself.

    Has anyone made a free-form bake white bread without wheat?? ( I have thought about making up a little cake tin about 20x5cm to bake in...)

    Thu Jun 15, 2006 6:59 pm Groupie
    Hi Chickee,

    You can actually buy french stick pans. We're gluten-free and I make them quite regularly. Most I have seen have perforations in them (mine doesn't) so you would need to line them with baking paper. You can find a pic of some I've made here :

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    Thu Jun 15, 2006 11:46 pm Groupie
    Oh thankyou! Where did you get the pan from? And what did you use as 'shortening' in the recipe? (Also an Aussie!) And do you think this recipe would be good for garlic bread?
    Fri Jun 16, 2006 1:09 am Groupie
    I bought my tin at a supermarket, but I've seen them in Myers and kitchen shops too. They are just a tin with open ends and two curves (for lack of a better word) for the bread sticks to bake in.
    The shortening in the recipe is just for greasing the pan so, because I use baking paper (I use it for everything), I never used it.
    I have actually tried this recipe as garlic bread, but it went a little soggy. I haven't got around to trying garlic bread with my normal recipe to see if it works better.
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