If you’re looking for a tender, sweet, and gluten-like texture in a gluten free challah recipe, this is it! This challah is the most flavorful challah I’ve ever had, even when compared to traditional challah. Check out its texture in the video.
One of my Facebook followers recently asked me for a gluten free pumpkin roll recipe. Last year, I developed a recipe for one of my clients, but I don’t have the copyrights to that recipe. Therefore, here is a new one. I hope you enjoy it. I adapted and converted Trisha Yearwood’s wheat flour pumpkin roll recipe on Food Network. Continue reading “Gluten Free Pumpkin Roll Recipe – Roulade”
While I am still working on my gluten free matzo balls recipe, I thought I would share this wonderful gluten free flourless chocolate cake recipe with you all, but especially my Jewish readers. During Passover, it customary not to bake with certain grains. Some refrain from consuming grains altogether. Another custom is once matzo meal touches water it must be cooked within 18 minutes. In addition, yeast is avoided, and some avoid all leavening ingredients such as baking powder and/or baking soda. Despite my lack of knowledge for baking for Passover, I believe that this recipe pleases all. Happy flourless, leaven-free baking to you. I hope you all enjoy it whether you’re Jewish or not. Continue reading “Gluten Free Flourless Chocolate Cake Kosher for Passover”
This recipe was adapted from Martha Stewart’s Hanukkah Sufganiyot Jelly Doughnuts. My intention was to develop a recipe for gluten free jelly donuts prior to Hanukkah, but unfortunately, work and caring for my elderly father caused a delayed. Sufganiyot, otherwise known as round jelly donuts are an Israeli delicacy associated with the miracle of the oil that burns in the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. Deep-fried foods are eaten up to and through Hanukkah. Continue reading “Gluten Free Jelly Donuts or Custard”
If you’ve never had latkes you’re in for a treat. These are full of flavor and may be topped with the traditional and optional sour cream or warmed apple sauce. Though they are traditionally served during Hanukkah, they may served any time of the year. Perhaps you already have a favorite gluten free latkes recipe, but you have problems with turning them over in one piece. You’ll be able to enjoy these latkes by applying one simple step. Enjoy them warm, a wonderful winter side dish! Continue reading “Gluten Free Latkes”