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Gluten Free Shake N Bake
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Greetings,

My relatives are having shakenbake tonight and I was wondering if anyone has a gluten-free way of making it?

Ken Ritter

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I mix gluten-free bread crumbs with garlic powder, onion salt, paprika and some cajun spices for a little kick :) It works nice on chicken or pork chops.

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I use instant mashed potato flakes with seasonings... you can mix it in a ziplock baggie and do shake n bake style or mix in a bowl and dip... I dip in egg first but you can dip in water or milk if you like.

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Shake & Bake Teriyaki GLAZE and BBQ chicken GLAZE are gluten-free in Canada. Maybe in the states as well.

GLAZE not breadcrumb type coatings. Check the ingredients, though, because the Honey Garlic glaze has wheat in it.

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I do cornmeal with some spices (paprika, oregano, salt and pepper) and it comes out YUMMY! Even my hubby likes it and he is a big conneiseur of fried chicken/Shake 'n Bake. Yumm! :D

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sterks bakery in canada has a premade shakenbake that they sell i live in the U.S and i bought it the other day at my local health food store that carries sterks products and can't wait to try it !

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I use the gluten free pantry's rice crumb coating. I like it.

-Jessica :rolleyes:

Greetings,

My relatives are having shakenbake tonight and I was wondering if anyone has a gluten-free way of making it?

Ken Ritter

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This won't help you for dinner (especially 4 days ago), but my favorite is Dakota Lakes seasoning. It says gluten free right on the label and is really good on just about anything...I first bought it at the Gluten Free Pantry and now I order direct from the company. They do sell a wheat version so make sure you buy the gluten free version if you do decide to try it.

http://www.dakota-lakes.com/

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