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Workable Wonder Dough by Karen Robertson

makes 1½ pounds dough

You will probably find many uses for this good, user-friendly dough. Recipe from Wendy Warks Living Healthy with Celiac Disease (AnAffect, 1998). Wendy uses this for pretzels, breadsticks, cinnamon rolls, and pizza crust. Use it as a substitution for wheat flour dough in your favorite recipes.

2 teaspoons unflavored dry gelatin
2¼ teaspoons active dry yeast
2/3 cup warm water (105F-115F)
2 tablespoons sugar
2½ cups Wendy Wark's Gluten-Free Flour Mix
2½ teaspoons xanthan gum
¼ cup instant non-fat dry milk powder
½ teaspoon salt
3 tablespoons vegetable oil
2 eggs

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Combine gelatin, yeast, water, and sugar together in a 2-cup glass measure. Let stand for 5 minutes, or until foamy. In the bowl of a stand mixer, add flour mix, xanthan gum, milk powder, and salt. Mix briefly, then add oil and eggs, followed by yeast mixture. Beat on high speed for 2 minutes, using the paddle attachment until a soft dough forms. Use dough in your favorite recipe.

Karen Robertson

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Danielle Broadworth
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11 Dec 2007 2:11:01 PM PST
I have tried to bake gluten free bread now for two years. I can get a good taste and texture, but I can't get the bread to rise. Could you please help by sending me any suggestions.Thanks.

 
Brenda Cochrane
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17 Mar 2009 9:54:59 AM PST
This is the best site I found for recipes for gluten free.
I wish to try recipes that have worked before.
I like to make my own products as I find it a lot cheaper and easier than trying to find products in the stores in this area.
Thank you

 
Karen Robertson
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16 Jul 2009 4:07:32 PM PST
DAnielle,
Go to my bread class on celiac.com, the problem you may have is too much liquid in your recipe. try holding back 1/4-1/2 cup of water adding it only if dough is too thick for your stand mixer. Gluten free flour also absorbs moisture from the air, be sure to keep it tightly sealed.

 
Sheryl
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27 Aug 2010 4:29:05 PM PST
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Finally I've found a dough that is easy to work with. I tried the cinnamon buns with this dough recipe. They are wonderful! Now on to the pretzels and pizza dough and bread sticks!




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