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surfgolden

Battered, Fried Seafood

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Hi Y'all,

Being a Southern girl, I love my fish and shrimp battered and deep fried. Can anyone recommend a good recipe for a gluten-free batter?

Also, I'm new to this gluten-free world, can someone please tell me if store bought Mayonnaise is gluten-free?

I appreciate any information.

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Kraft mayonnaise is gluten free. As always, read labels.


~Angie~

Gluten free since May 2004

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For frying fish we use the same method as you would regular (with the eggs and flour), but obviously use gluten-free. In place of regular flour we use corn flour. Its amazing. Hope this helps ya!

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My new favorite is Pamelas pancake mix. I just mix up as directed for pancakes and then add either more water or more mix to get the consistancy I want. FYI it makes the most heavenly onion rings!! My kids have sworn off of regular flour for breading or batter...they have said mine is much better! Yippee!!! The celiacs score on this one!


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Many mayos are gluten free, but the only way to know is to learn what ingredients are/aren't safe and then make your decision that way. If you need help figuring out specific ingredients, post it and we'll help.

Also, make sure that all condiments are "safe"...they cannot be used by people who are making food with gluten. If you are making a not-safe sandwich, and dip the knife back in, then it has bread crumbs in there, so the condiment is no longer safe. Same applies to peanut butter, butter, cream cheese, dips, etc etc etc.

Laura

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