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Crispy Thai Coconut Rolls. Have you ever had the “Crispy Coconut Rolls” they sell at Costco?

Crispy Thai Coconut Rolls

They’re made in Thailand by a company called Tropical Fields and they’re delicious. Turns out, they’re a popular snack in Thailand called tong muan and they’re really easy to make. All you need is a pizzelle maker, six ingredients, and a chopstick to roll them up with. These crispy Thai cookies, called tong muan, go really well with coffee or tea. Gluten-free and only six ingredients! 454 g palm sugar (1 lb., in paste form, preferably) 400 g coconut milk (1 can, preferably Chaokoh brand “coconut cream”) 454 g tapioca flour (1 lb.) 1 egg 3 g salt (about 1 tsp. kosher salt, or 1/2 tsp. table salt) 16 g black sesame seeds (about 2 T) Preheat your pizzelle maker, ice cream cone maker, or krumkake maker.

Equipment, Ingredients, and Substitutions Instead of a pizzelle maker, you can also use a krumkake maker or a waffle cone maker if you happen to have one. Gluten Free Sourdough Starter. It might seem impossible to create your very own gluten free sourdough starter from scratch, but it actually is really easy and we believe it is the only way to make gluten free bread that tastes authentic and that will truly satisfy you like regular wheat bread.

Gluten Free Sourdough Starter

Super Easy Gluten Free Sourdough Starter. Gluten-Free English Muffins Recipe. Flourless Chocolate Cake: King Arthur Flour. The Best Gluten-Free Red Velvet Cake with White Chocolate Ganache Frosting - Gluten Free Gigi. Gluten Free Biscuits - What the Fork. These easy and simple Gluten Free Biscuits are a gluten free version of my mom’s biscuits.

Gluten Free Biscuits - What the Fork

These buttery, flaky, fluffy gluten free biscuits are everything you want in a biscuit! My mom has always made the best biscuits ever. They’re flaky, they’ve got a little bit of crunch to the bottom and they taste amazing. No, they’re not southern biscuits. We’re New Englanders so you won’t find a southern biscuit here. Gluten Free Biscuit, Fluffy, southern approved. Soft Gluten Free Sandwich Bread Recipe that's Easy to Make! The words ‘Soft’ and ‘Gluten Free’ are rarely used in the same sentence – and for good reason… Most gluten free baked goods are dry, crumbly and taste like recycled rice cakes.

Soft Gluten Free Sandwich Bread Recipe that's Easy to Make!

Why for the love of Pete (whoever he is), can we put a man on the moon, but can’t make a gluten free bread that doesn’t require toasting it first so we can eat it without falling apart?! Good news my friends… Soft, Gluten Free Sandwich Bread, Pizza Crusts & Hamburger Buns do exist! It starts with having the right combination of my ‘Erika’s All Purpose Gluten Free Flour Mix‘ paired with the perfect ratio of other ingredients and a careful cooking method. But that doesn’t mean you need to be a rocket scientist to make it… in fact this recipe is so easy, my kids help me with it all of the time and it still turns out great! The special tools featured in this recipe are: Gluten Free Bread: Japanese Milk Bread is the Softest Bread Ever. This is about to knock your gluten free socks off: a loaf of super soft gluten free bread that is easy to make, and doesn’t intimidate (I’m here for you!).

Gluten Free Bread: Japanese Milk Bread is the Softest Bread Ever

BOOM! Have you ever heard of Japanese Water Roux (Tangzhong)? As a card-carrying member of the Food Dorks Academy, I love learning what other cultures do to make bread. And then I hunker down and bury myself in figuring out how to make it into gluten free bread for us. I might not be the most fun at parties any more. 11 Gluten-Free Asian Noodles. A friend of ours who embarked on a gluten-free diet was heard complaining about wheat-free pastas that are gummy, mushy, and just plain unappetizing.

11 Gluten-Free Asian Noodles

We suggested exploring Asian noodles, instead. Although noodles made from ingredients like acorns, mung beans, and sweet potatoes might not work with your favorite marinara sauce, they do offer wonderful textures and flavors of their own. Which Asian Noodles Are Gluten Free – And Which Are Not? 5 Jun I’m sure you have the same problem I have at Asian restaurants: which noodles can I eat and which have wheat?

Which Asian Noodles Are Gluten Free – And Which Are Not?

I hate looking at all those lovely noodle dishes on the menu and deciding not to have any, just to be on the safe side. So I’ve compiled a checklist of the most common types of noodles found in Asian restaurants. Yes = rice noodles, meaning wheat allergy sufferers can eat them! No = wheat noodles, meaning wheat allergy sufferers cannot eat them. Chow Fun: Sometimes – see comments section below. You can use these resources to check out the full list, complete with Thai, Chinese, Japanese, and other names for each noodle type. Rice Noodles: Noodles: And when you’re eating all these lovely noodles, make sure to watch In The Mood For Love, a movie where many noodles are bought and eaten :) Great movie review and brief summary here: Or read Family by Pa Chin, which has no noodles, but is the epitome of excellent Asian literature.

Gluten Free Salmon Cakes. I live in grocery store heaven.

Gluten Free Salmon Cakes

Seriously, no joke. For years Austin has been a mecca of health food stores, thanks to being the headquarters for Whole Foods. But now things are even better with more affordable options like Sprouts, and more recently Trader Joe’s. I almost wet my pants when I found out Trader Joe’s was moving into town. And ever since it opened I have been a regular. Each time I go to TJ’s it’s a little adventure of what new thing to try. Notice how I keep repeating the word wild? Once I started buying the canned salmon, then came the task of what to do with the stuff. These salmon cakes have become a regular in my meal rotation now. These salmon cakes are delicious cold as well (I prefer them this way), which means you won’t have to nuke your leftovers. Makes 6 large cakes Ingredients. Bread Baking Babes: Gluten? We Don't Knead No Stinkin' Gluten. Once again it is my turn to be host kitchen for the Bread Baking Babes and as usual, I wanted us to do something different.

Bread Baking Babes: Gluten? We Don't Knead No Stinkin' Gluten

I've made the Babes start sourdough starters from scratch for my Dark Onion Rye and then I made them not only make Injera but I made them make a whole Ethiopian meal to go with their injera. Top 20 Gluten-Free Bread Recipes ... Yes, Really! This post may contain affiliate links.

Top 20 Gluten-Free Bread Recipes ... Yes, Really!

If you purchase through them, your cost will stay the same, but gfe will receive a few cents for every dollar spent. A Bountiful Bread Basket: Top 40 Gluten-Free Bread Recipes. This post may contain affiliate links. If you purchase through them, your cost will stay the same, but gfe will receive a few cents for every dollar spent. Thanks for supporting gfe! If you’ve been anxiously awaiting the next installment of The Bountiful Bread Basket series—the series that features the best gluten-free bread recipes on the web—here it is! Better Than Sliced Bread ... Gluten-Free Popovers. The Story Behind My Gluten-Free Flour Mix. [Flour Mix Recipe is at the end of this post] In the comment section of my pie crust post, reader John asked if I had any info about the gluten-free flours that I use.

I’ve been meaning to post something on this topic for awhile now–and I’d like to thank John for reminding me. Buttermilk Biscuits, Gluten-Free. Hey folks! Happy Labor Day. We’ve decided to celebrate Labor Day by getting sick. So much more relaxing than running around and having fun on a holiday, don’t you think? Of course, we’re loving life right now, in between sneezes and coughs. Anyway, being relatively house-bound makes me want to bake. Isn’t that incredible? Buttermilk Biscuits {Grain/Dairy/Soy Free} Cassidy, I wanted to let you know that I use this recipe all the time, and in many different ways. First, I make the regular biscuits, using Ener-G egg replacer for 3 eggs, the arrowroot powder, coconut palm sugar, and the unblanched almond flour I get from that works just fine. I have made these tiny, average-sized, and big.

Second, I make “cheddar” biscuits by adding 1/2 cup Daiya cheddar shreds, 1/4 cup diced onion, and 1/4 tsp. each dried parsley and garlic powder. Delicious! Third, I just pulled a batch out of the oven that had been spread as one flat layer on my large stoneware bar pan as a base for pizza for my kids to have tomorrow. We have a lot of food sensitivities in our house, and it is so wonderful to have this recipe that is easy to make, easy to tweak, and safe for us to eat! The Daily Dietribe: Sweet Coconut Biscuits (Gluten-Free, Vegan, Sugar-Free)

Some recipes require a big introduction. Others introduce themselves. French Bread Rolls Again.