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    Question:Gluten-Free Rice Flour Baking Mix

    adebow
    Thu Dec 27, 2012 10:48 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Gluten-Free Rice Flour Baking Mix

    I'm totally new to the Gluten Free lifestyle. When using this baking mix as a base for other recipes that call for cornstarch or arrowroot, are they to be omitted? Does tapioca serve as a substitute for these products? icon_confused.gif
    **Jubes**
    Fri Dec 28, 2012 7:11 am
    Forum Host
    arrowroot and tapioca are much the same in most gluten-free baking.

    The rice flour baking mix is a gluten-free blend of flours to try and mimic the qualities and replace the 'regular' wheat flour in a recipe.

    I've found that generally you can replace up to 2 cups of flour with a blended gf flour. You may need to change the amount of liquid in your recipe- may take baking your recipe more than once to perfect it.

    I would still add the arrowroot or cornflour/cornstarch called for in a recipe................at least for the first time that I tried to bake the recipe into a gluten-free version

    -Julie
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