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Ok...I own a Party Animals Co. A online childrens party company. We are adding allergy friendly products to the site. The people at Domata Flour mailed me some samples. I am a bit of a skeptic about wheat replacers. So I did not have high hopes. I have yearned for pizza for years!

Well, I am a beliver!! I made pizza for my BRAND new Celiac 5yo daughter. Who remembers her Papa Johns Pizza from last week.......She LOVED it. As a matter of fact, I made it for her then we went to soccer practive. She was in the back seat with a friend and I overheard her trying to tell on me! She said "I am not supposed to have flour but my mom made me pizza tonight". LOL

It was simple to make too.

She also has a seasoned breading that I used to make the most unbelivable chicken tenders. I used the domata seasoned blend....egg with sweet potatos and carrots (baby food, 1 jar total) from the Sneaky Chef book.... and then coated them with rice chex crushed with ground almonds for protein. I cooked them in 2 T of olive oil till brown then baked them the rest of the way. I will be making more of these tonight to freeze.

I am planning to premake some pancakes, chicken and dumplings and bread tonight to store in the freezer.

I hope you all enjoy this as much as us!

Shannon

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Thanks Shannon!!! I am going to check them out.

Yellow Rose

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I use Domata and really like it.

Have not tried it for pizza (I like Bette Hagman's recipe), but it makes the best Tollhouse cookie bars I have ever had! I've also used it for carrot cake, and the biscuits are pretty good too!

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I made bread today with it and had some VISUAL issues (not taste). The thing rose about double the height of the loaf pan in the oven. Then FELL flat when I took it out of the oven. Therefore, It is not sliceable. But My GOODNESS tastes just like white sandwhich bread. Same texture too.! Plus the crust is so flaky. I have eaten about 5 slices now and I was supposed to start back on low carb diet today. (made this for my dd) :)

I am a cookin fool. Probibily the most satisfied I have been since going Gluten Free.

Shannon

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Sounds good. What are the ingredients?

best regards, lm

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Sounds good. What are the ingredients?

best regards, lm

From the web site, "Rice Flour, Corn Flour, Tapioca Flour, Xanthan Gum"

Nancy

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Thanks for the tip, I will be watching for it!

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I made bread today with it and had some VISUAL issues (not taste). The thing rose about double the height of the loaf pan in the oven. Then FELL flat when I took it out of the oven. Therefore, It is not sliceable. But My GOODNESS tastes just like white sandwhich bread. Same texture too.! Plus the crust is so flaky. I have eaten about 5 slices now and I was supposed to start back on low carb diet today. (made this for my dd) :)

I am a cookin fool. Probibily the most satisfied I have been since going Gluten Free.

Shannon

Try baking bread with another pan full of water in the oven, a lot of poeple have had good luck with that.

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That is funny. I recently posted that as a tip on here :) I had the pan. Actually I spoke to the lasy who makes it and she said It was too much moisture! It is VERY humid here sooooo I will be trying again today after I pick up my new Kitchenaid mixer....

Shannon :D

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I am wondering if someone could please post recipes that they have using Domata Flour on here? I have been to their website several times and not been able to view any since it is underconstruction. I would love any bread/food recipes as well as treats. I did try to replace cup for cup with this in a recipe I have for pumpkin bars and it wasn't so hot. They turned out ok just not as I hoped. Thanks Jen

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I am wondering if someone could please post recipes that they have using Domata Flour on here? I have been to their website several times and not been able to view any since it is underconstruction. I would love any bread/food recipes as well as treats. I did try to replace cup for cup with this in a recipe I have for pumpkin bars and it wasn't so hot. They turned out ok just not as I hoped. Thanks Jen

Just to let you know, these posts are 4 years old. These posters likely aren't still active here. Maybe someone active can help?

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