3 Reviews

This recipe is a great start recipe. It was just missing a few important parts. 1st try adding a little milk (we have to use dairy free) I used about 2 tablespoons of milk. Don't forget xathan gum 1/2 teas, next 2 tbl of sugar and about 1/2 tea of salt. This works well with the 1 egg, 1c of gluten free (bob's red mill) all purpose flour and 1/3 cup of water. I think I actually added a teaspoon more or so of milk. Ours is a dairy free milk from glutenfreemall.com. all of that gave this recipe a 4 out of 5 because it was quick and easy and I don't waste bread because it only makes a little. Much better than the store bought kind. Thanks for the start. I was looking for an easy fix.

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lwolfe July 05, 2008

I found that with just one egg, the batter was more like play-dough, but I added an extra egg, instead of the suggested water and since I was using it for a savoury meal, I added 1/4 cup minced green onion, 1/2 tsp minced garlic and salt and pepper to taste. It was pretty good. I even cut the left overs in half and toasted them the next day.

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7t4cookies August 05, 2007

I was really looking forward to something that might resemble a quesadillha or something like it. I was excited when, I found this recipe however I have to say that it is not worth you wasting your expenssive gluten flour on it. I made it twice, because her picture looked so good and I thought that maybe even thouh the directions were vey simple I might had done something wrong, I did not. The second time around was even worst then the first time around. Very disapointed!

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Shiloh K. June 29, 2006
Gluten Free Flatbread