Carla's Gluten Free Recipe Box Newsletter

October 27, 2015

 

Dear reader,

Fall and winter are perfect seasons to add rolls to your meals. They help absorb gravy and sauces and turn a soup into a meal. I hope you enjoy the gluten free roll recipes I've included in this issue.

 

Happy and healthy gluten-free baking!

~ Carla

 

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RECIPES:

Soft Gluten Free French Roll

This hearty, gluten free rolls recipe is perfect for sandwiches, hot dogs, or long, narrow burgers. If desired, make them into long baguettes and slice them for mini sandwiches or toast them for crostini. Make them with dairy or dairy free and your desired flour and starch. No matter how you make them, this recipe creates a soft, even crust, unlike many …

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Soft Gluten Free Buttermilk Dinner Rolls

I developed a soft gluten free dinner rolls recipe made with rice flour quite awhile back. That recipe can also be made dairy free, if desired. I used rice milk in that recipe. The recipe below, is more substantial as it has more structure. Though light in weight, it is not as light as the dairy-free version. With the use of buttermilk, they are a creamy goodness that my husband and I couldn't stop eating at just one this afternoon. Enjoy!

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Whole Grain Gluten Free Dinner Rolls

While my Soft Gluten Free Dinner Rolls Recipe has been a huge success for quite some now, I thought I would share a healthier version made with sorghum flour (or brown rice flour). I have a similar version of this recipe using slightly different ingredients at Soft Gluten Free Buttermilk Dinner Rolls Recipe. However, this recipe is my favorite. It's not super light like the soft dinner rolls. They just have more structure and taste creamier. They're one of my husband's favorites. He says he enjoys the flavor and texture, but more importantly, he has a nice place to slightly slit them open to add his peanut butter. He toasts them, but rewarming in the microwave brings them back to a fresh baked state. I hope you enjoy them, as well.

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Image: Pan de Bono - Gluten Free Rolls

From author, Nicole Hunn's, newly published cookbook, "Gluten-Free on a Shoestring, Quick and Easy: For the Food You Love -- Fast!" by Perseus Books Group, Pan de Bono, a naturally gluten free Colombian cheese bread.

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Image: Soft Gluten Free Dinner Rolls

I had put off developing a soft gluten free dinner rolls recipe, for too long. So, I made it a priority, and I am so glad that I did! I am not a big bread eater, but I just cannot stop myself with these rolls! They are not grainy at all. They are something my husband loves during the holiday, and I was certainly not going to make him rolls with gluten! When he got home he gobbled up many. Since they're so easy to make, I'll have to make another batch of this super-soft gluten free dinner rolls! Enjoy!

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Gluten Free Egg Free Bread

I had a request for an egg free gluten free bread and decided to create this one. Though it is not dairy free, you may be able to experiment with it on your own. In deciding in which direction to take, I ran across a gluten free buttermilk bread recipe which only called for starches, and no need to rise, though it contained yeast. I was very curious how this would turn out. I tweeked it a bit before experimenting, and ended up with what I believe to be the most flavorful white gluten free bread yet. I did not allow it to rise, though next time I definitely will, as it is just a bit heavy, but perfect for a French loaf or rolls. I didn't care for the heavy weight in the sliced loaf, though it is definitely kid-friendly. Fresh out of the oven it is to die for! The french loaf crust was a bit crunchy and the crust on the rolls were soft. Enjoy!

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