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Disney Fry Batter Recipe
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My friend Chef Mike Hicks, a chef at Disney World was kind enough to help us celiacs out by contacting the executive chef at the Disney Raglan Road Irish Pub to get the fry batter recipe they use there.

We actually use a Bob's Red Mill brand, which is made from potato, garbanzo and fava. I have attached the recipe we use at the restaurant for the batter and you can use it for pretty much everything.

gluten-free batter for all types of food ( chicken onion rings shrimp veggies ect.)

1 qt Soda water

3 cups Champagne

1 lb Gluten free flour (Bob's Red Mill)

1 cup Cilantro rough chopped

A pinch Salt and pepper mix (to taste)

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In case you all didn't see the other thread, this is a crispy, light batter that Disney uses for deep frying. It's every bit as good as beer batter on onion rings or fish and chips. When I remarked on how good the batter was, my waiter said that many employees there prefer the gluten-free batter over wheat because it comes out so nicely.

Thanks a million for getting this, Squirmy!

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I'm just the messenger. All thanks go to Chef Mike for being such a sweetheart & getting this for us.

I'm thinking the BRM flour is the All Purpose Baking Flour as I have a bag here & the ingredients are:

Garbanzo Bean Flour, Potato starch, Tapioca flour, White Sorghum flour, Fava Bean flour.

I love that the recipe is so simple too!

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How generous of Chef Mike to share this recipe!

Thanks for sharing it.

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