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    These are recipes that I will try, check to see if they are on Zaar and if enjoyed with the results, will post the recipe.
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    My all-time favorite hamburger patty for making American style burgers. I found the original recipe in the Better Homes and Gardens Barbecue Book back in the 70's and this is the only recipe I ever use. It has been modified somewhat, but it retains most of the original ingredients. I always have a bottle of chili sauce in the refrigerator at all times for making these. Although you can perhaps substitute ketchup for chili sauce the taste will not be the same. You need to mix this meat mixture thoroughly. I use circular motion to get fat from ground beef and egg emulsified. The original recipe is for 4 hamburger patties but I usually make 5 patties because I like my patties smaller than quarter pounder.

    Recipe #277747

    In a quest for 'normal' gluten free bread, I came upon a similar recipe to this, tweaked it, and was delighted with the outcome!! FINALLY a bread that rises, is relatively light, and actually has the tastes and consistency of REAL bread! It also makes great rolls, and while my family ate the bread and rolls with a small amount of jam on them, they would be great as well for sandwiches! Finally a GF variety that you dont have to A) choke down, B) rent a crane to lift while pondering whether you should instead use the loaf in place of bricks, or C) get strange looks of pity from your coworkers as you attempt to eat 4 tiny turkey sandwiches made on dense, crumbly "bread." :) Enjoy!!! Also, check out my blog at www.glutenfreegirls.blogspot.com for more recipes and fun!

    Recipe #375412

    A quick, no-fuss version of chicken tortilla soup! All you do is put everything into the slow cooker, and turn it on. Then garnish with baked corn tortilla strips. What a dish.

    Recipe #190382

    13 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    Millie my neighbor used to make these for us all the time. I loved the rich buttery taste and the cherry and almond flavor. Cooking time does not include chilling time.

    Recipe #137647

    Yes, silly name! I ate at a little Italian restaurant in the Bellagio Hotel on one of my MANY trips to Vegas. It was love at first bite! I begged and begged the waiter to get me the recipe. He even brought the chef out. The chef wrote down the ingredients on a napkin but would not give me amounts nor preparation instructions. I tweaked and tweaked and this is what I came up with. Funny thing is...I went back to that little restaurant after I came up with this version - ordered theirs again - and mine blew it out of the water! Hope you enjoy as well. It's delicious!

    Recipe #317368

    This is a very versatile pastry. It can be used for sweet or savoury pies or tarts and even as a base for a baked cheesecake. There is no need to pre-cook this pastry before filling, if using as a pie or quiche shell. It freezes well. Nobody would realise this is gluten free. It makes a beautiful golden and crisp pastry that is not crumbley. I have used this recipe to make tart shells-just use a round cutter and place into lightly greased muffin trays-Fantastic and they stay fresh for days! Cook the tart cases and then fill with caramel or lemon curd. For Easter I filled the tarts with chocolate mousse and topped them with a mini Easter Egg. This recipe uses the US. white, powdery potato starch This is a soft dough...which is the reason for the 30 minutes refrigeration. After being chilled it will be easier to use.

    Recipe #220039

    WOW! I just made these delicious danish's. Not only were they fabulous, but they were really quick and easy to make!! Although they don't have a flaky pastry taste like the gluten containing danish's, they have their own little marvalous taste.You won't be able to eat just one! You can make these with your favourite jam. I used a tablespoon of raspberry jam on each danish and drizzled some icing on top.

    Recipe #182927

    A recipe originally from "Cathy's Kitchen" EnergyAustralia. This recipe is gluten-free as written - it does not contain flour

    Recipe #463710

    A great scone recipe using gluten free flour and lemonade. Use a good flour blend- the better the mix the better the scones. Also do not overmix as it will make a heavy scone (what my Dad calls a "doorstopper" ). This is an Australian recipe and uses bubbley lemonade soda/soft drink- not the traditional lemonade made on real lemons and sugar. I use "Orgran" brand flour for this recipe. After the first review on this recipe, I have made the scones again. The oven temperature is correct and the recipe worked fine. I have posted some photos now. Similar recipes on this site also use the same oven temperature. I have recently had the temperature on my oven tested and corrected. The temperature stated in this recipe is correct. You could use a lower temp and cook for longer. The quick cooking gives a firm outer layer and a beautiful soft steamy centre- perfect straight from the oven

    Recipe #221956

    31 Reviews |  By GinnyP

    Another from "The Gluten-Free Kitchen", by Roben Ryberg. This is our favorite 'roll' so far.

    Recipe #42322

    My own recipe, comes out fluffy and nice and need not be frozen. Healthy and full of nutrition, as opposed to rice flour based breads. Can be vegan* This was the foundation recipe of my cookbook - after all of these (and so many others) fantastic reviews, I was inspired. Please check out my book at http://laurie.ecrater.com

    Recipe #190906

    On my hunt to make a lower-fat moist gluten-free cake that cooked all the way through, I experimented with the base recipe for this "Recipe #47421" and converted it to my tastes. It was so moist and tasty that I had to post it! You can probably half it to make muffins, but I haven't officially tried that yet. You can add ginger and allspice to make it a spice cake too. Definitely serve to gluten-eaters guilt free; it's delicious! PS. for my rice flour mix I use "Recipe #214986"

    Recipe #311455

    35 Reviews |  By nnreq

    This is a refreshing recipe for the best of the summers fruits. My mom made this often and we would always beg for her to make it more often

    Recipe #33336

    These are really delicious, this is the first gluten free recipe that I created myself! They taste exactly like wheat containing gingersnap cookies. These are regulars on my Christmas cookie tray. When I first made them my family couldn't believe that they were gluten free.Plus they freeze really well!

    Recipe #174115

    An absolutely amazing GF bread from http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com Perfect taste and texture.

    Recipe #433359

    This comes from the back of Bob's Red Mill All Purpose GF Flour packaging. It's a quick and easy recipe. The bread is especially good toasted with butter! I have substituted 1/2 almond meal and 1/2 white rice flour for the all purpose flour, and just about any combination of GF flours seems to work. I always leave out the raisins & nuts, too.

    Recipe #168634

    My husband, who is not Gluten Intolerant, and I have these every Saturday morning. He likes these better than ones made with "real" flour! This recipe is easily halved or multiplied, as needed. These are also excellent to use as sandwich bread, sloppy joe open-face bread, (better if you omit the sugar and use regular milk instead of buttermilk); strawberry shortcake, etc. Refrigerate any leftovers and warm about 15-20 seconds in microwave before filling with sandwich stuff.

    Recipe #54529

    This french bread is amazing!! It tastes so similar to the wheat containing french bread. Plus it freezes wonderfully!!! It's crusty on the outside, and soft and tender within. It is fabulous alone, or made as little brushetta', using 'Joanne's Creamy Brushetta' recipe(#108383).You can make it from start to finish in about one hour!!

    Recipe #180306

    These cookies do not taste like gluten-free cookies. They are not fragile like gf cookies either! Chocolate lovers only!

    Recipe #220821

    What's your favorite way to eat an oreo cookie? Some of us Celiac's may have forgotten our favourite way ... or tried really hard to forget oreo cookies even exsisted. Well forget no more, you will never have another craving for an oreo cookie. These taste exactly like the real wheat containing oreo cookie. Split these cookies apart and lick the frosting from each side, or dip them in milk, they are so similar! Slip these cookies into your children's lunches for a real treat. They won't feel different from the other kids eating these, infact the other children will definetly be envious of them for once! Note: If you have a cookie stamp, press onto sliced cookies before baking to give a more authentic look to the cookies.

    Recipe #186848

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