From Bon Appetit. I haven't tried this one yet. Would be great topped with cilantro, sour cream, grated cheddar or Monterey Jack cheese, chopped red or green onion, and salsa. Look for chorizo in the refridgerated meat or deli case, and for dried ancho chilies at Latin markets, specialty food stores, or some supermarkets
From allrecipes: "Lamingtons are little sponge cakes coated in chocolate and grated coconut. A traditional Australian treat that appeals to most. Any firm type of plain cake can be used: butter-cake, pound-cake, Madeira cake or genoise sponge. Note: desiccated coconut is a slightly dried shredded coconut - not sweetened"
Got this recipe from Grain Free Gourmet (www.grainfreegourmet.com). It is insanely easy and super tasty. To make into banana bread, replace the vanilla with banana. Will also make 12 muffins, but cut the cooking time down to 20 minutes. There are 2 glaze options, both of which are super tasty, but you only need 1 :)
The authors use the finest almond flour I have ever seen. It can be ordered from www.buyalmondflour.com
If you want to use the stock right away, skim the fat off the top first. If planning to use it later, refridgerate until the fat congeals on the surface, then lift it off. To make vegetable stock, substitute 2 whole tomatoes for the hen.
From Canadian Living November 2008
from living without
TIP** Expandex, a modified tapioca starch, is a new product that's ideal for gluten-free baking. It gives baked goods a better crumb and lighter texture. Check out www.expandexglutenfree.com for more information.
Holy smokes, I just ate a wrap! Boy was that nice. I found this recipe on the Living Without website. What I like most about it is that I will be able to take sandwichs to work again, since these are good warm or cold.