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    Gluten Free

    This is for Sascha Roman, who will never have to eat processed industrialised food again.
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    I have tried lots of variations of Gluten free bread but I wanted a recipe that I didn't have to search high and low for the different flours, this recipe has also cooked the best so far in my bread maker machine. Better yet I could get all the flours in one stop at the organic store. (Tip: Asian Markets have potato starch and tapioca and rice flour too) This recipe is Butter-Basted White Bread; I got this from a book in the library, I cannot remember the title or author. I make this bread for my mother and friend who cannot have gluten in their diet. They rave that this is better than the small store loafs and love that it cuts without crumbling and ideal for sandwiches, toast etc, they both prefer the 1 white/1 brown rice flour mix with linseed and sunflower seeds for taste and texture. The minimum setting I have on my bread machine is 4 hours, the bread cooks fine on this for me. Produces a smaller loaf than wheat bread loafs but still a decent size.

    Recipe #308592

    Not just for the celiacs! I was skeptical, since the last recipe I tried was gritty, heavy and nasty. These are light, rich and absolutely perfect. I actually like these better than "regular" peanut butter cookies, and from a big fat Momma, that's saying something! Adapted from Catherine's recipe.

    Recipe #135725

    Re-done to be gluten free. I realized how versatile this can be. Not only is this gluten free, it's also soy free. Just make sure you read the contents on the chicken broth. You can also leave out the mushrooms and make cream of chicken soup.

    Recipe #210870

    This is a great quick snack we make bulk, freeze in an individual layer the put in a ziplock in the freezer for our four year old. They are also great on top of a salad or in a wrap. We use the ends of our 5 grain bread so it's healthy too. The parsley adds a vitamin kick. Parmesan added to the bread crumbs for the chicken nuggets is nice for a change but not necessary and we don't use do to milk intolerance.

    Recipe #302099

    1 Reviews |  By Latchy

    I have not tried this recipe, I believe it is by Jan Purser, but it is gluten free, so thought it would be of interest to a lot of people

    Recipe #97998

    I’m posting this mainly for those of you on Zaar who can’t eat gluten…but these healthy and delicious pancakes can be enjoyed by anyone! From Light and Tasty’s June/July 2005 issue.

    Recipe #123665

    3 Reviews |  By 4Susan

    Such fun! Make your own volcano at home, the kids just love the eruption. My boys can never get enough. This isn't food, more of a science experiment & a great way to have fun with the family. One time we did this at a birthday party & let each child make their own. The dirt is optional!

    Recipe #143184

    Extremely crunchy chicken fingers, free of gluten and casein. To make 'vegan', use tofu for the chicken and soy-mayo for the egg. Use any flour combination. For the cereal, I used Mesa Sunrise.

    Recipe #205966

    A quick and easy schnitzel to make that's gluten-free. I use gluten-free rice crumbs (Orgran brand). Alternately you can make you own gluten-free crumbs by laying slices of GF bread on an oven tray and baking in a slow oven until golden. Then process to a fine crumb using a food processor or placing the bread in a large zip-lock bag and use your rolling-pin. You can omit the cheese if you cant have dairy or use egg replacers if you cant eat eggs. Add some extra pepper or spices of your choice if you like hot or spicey flavours. If leaving out the cheese- you might like to add salt, pepper and other seasonings of your choice- may taste a little bland otherwise

    Recipe #264531

    I love this chicken! It couldn't be any easier. It is so simple and yet so delicious. I always keep the ingredients for this recipe on hand, so that on a busy night I can just whip this chicken together and serve with minute rice.I made this chicken once during a commerical and made it back in time to the tv to not miss my show! Now that is my kind of dinner. Then when the next commerical came around I went into the kitchen and chopped up the tomatoes so that they would be ready to top the chicken with when it came out of the oven! Try this recipe, it will definetly be a new favourite of yours!

    Recipe #188261

    Many breakfast sausages have wheat flour or bread crumbs as a binder. These are easy to make and are guaranteed Gluten Free. If you want patties add the egg and rice flour. If you want just fried up pork sausage hamburger, leave out the egg and rice flour.

    Recipe #86494

    188 Reviews |  By Bev

    This flourless peanut butter cookie recipe is excellent and so easy to make. Your kids will love it and you will too! Because this recipe contains no flour, the true taste of the peanut butter comes through loud and clear! I hope you will enjoy these cookies as much as I do!

    Recipe #17943

    27 Reviews |  By GinnyP

    This recipe from "More from the Gluten-Free Gourmet", by Bette Hagman is being posted by request. I have not tried it, but I know somebody who swears by it and her husband who has no dietary restrictions agrees. If there is one gf pasta recipe to try, this is it, because as far as I know, there are no commercially made gf wide egg noodles on the market.

    Recipe #60904

    A traditional German cookie for Christmas..or any time of the year. Commonly served with wine. Should make 30 to 40 biscuits. If not using a blended flour with xanthan or guar gums added- then add one teaspoon of gum with your flour to the recipe. These biscuits remind me of a ginger snap cookie from Arnotts (or at least what I remember them tasting like!)

    Recipe #228798

    This recipe is as easy as opening a can of commercial tomato soup! The flavour is the about the same and everyone loves it! It can be used just as soup or in casseroles calling for tomato soup.

    Recipe #96656

    This is basically normal alfredo sauce but lots of the alfredo sauce that is canned in stores has modified food starch in it which is no good for a gluten free diet. So this is what my aunt came up with and is so delicious. Its good to add to rice noodles and chicken or put on gluten free pizza crust or in rice noodle alfredo lasagna. This really works with anything and is a good Gluten Free base. Buckwheat noodles are the best with this but I have only found them on sale once. Rice noodles are very cheap at the local Chinese market in all shapes and sizes. I also use this in rice alfredo casserol. If you come up with any more ideas let me know.

    Recipe #294999

    I made these today for a daycare and they were a big hit. The taste reminds me of french fries. They were so good I didn't even dip them in anything. So easy to make. Use flavored mayo to mix it up a bit. They dont keep very well as the potato flakes will soak up moisture and become mashed.

    Recipe #298085

    My favourite idea from Bette Hagman's books (and I got lots) was Rice a Roni. It was one of the things I missed the most when we went gluten free. This recipe, with her suggestion, is identical to the one I made with gluten. It's a great week night dinner, as it's fast, healthy and in one pot.

    Recipe #297922

    This recipe is originally from "Incredible Edible Gluten Free Food For Kids" but has been altered. Totally delicious!

    Recipe #253039

    Make your own mix for easy and quick gluten free , dairy free muffins or cake. To make this recipe sugar free substitute 1/8 - 1/4 tsp. of stevia powder.

    Recipe #124781

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