A Year in the Life of a Kitchen: Gluten Free in the Bread Machine

A Year in the Life of a Kitchen: Gluten Free in the Bread Machine

You are currently browsing the tag archive for the ‘Bob’s Red Mill 1:1 Gluten Free Flour bread machine recipe’ tag. My bread machine and I have been pals since my grandma gave it to me as a wedding gift. I’ve used it to make countless loaves of bread, dough for rolls and pizza, even jam. Then we became gluten free. Screeech thump (that’s the sound of my use of the bread machine hitting the wall). Gluten free bread dough isn’t forgiving. The balance of wet to dry is fragile. The dough is sticky, it doesn’t rise nearly as well as gluten-filled dough, and when it does rise, it does so in an airy poof that can fall if mishandled. There are good recipes out there, but there’s a lot of trial and error. Mess it up and you’ll throwing out precious gluten free ingredients! I have a whole grain loaf I’ve perfected in the bread machine, with an earthy, whole-wheat taste. However, it requires five flours, some of which are super pricey (ever purchase amaranth?) and I have to pencil it into my calendar in order to find time to make it. Since I recently started experimenting with Bob’s […]

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