I’ve been trying to cut back or eliminate gluten but every time, lack of a decent bread lures me back to the gluten.
I’ve finally found a good recipe for gluten free bread from a traveling family with 3 celiac children. They have a great website about their Australian travels here: http://www.livinontheroad.com.au/2012/coeliac-travel/
Gluten Free Bread Recipe
coconut milk 400ml
oil 3 tablespoons (I have tried avacado, olive and macadamia. They are all nice)
balsamic vinegar 1 teaspoon
sticky rice flour 1 cup (160g)
brown rice flour 1 cup (160g)
potato flour (not potato starch) 1.25cups (220g)
soy flour 1/3 cup (50g)
tapioca flour 1/2 cup (75g)
sugar 1/4 cup
salt 1.5 teaspoons
xanthan gum 1 tablespoon
tandaco yeast 2 teaspoons.
I combine the wet ingredients and mix the dry ingredients. I then mix them all together and put it in the breadmaker, selecting the gluten free setting. The gluten-free setting has a shorter rising time and a higher baking temperature than normal wheat bread.
It is actually suitable for making sandwiches with. We have also used it on the dough setting for pizza dough. The breadmaker beeps at a certain point if requested to add in extra ingredients. I have used this basic recipe to make olive and pesto bread, chocolate bread, and fruit bread.