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I am looking for a tortilla recipe that contains no corn or bean flours. Anyone have a good one? or another creative way to make a quesadilla using no corn or bean?

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I have one made with rice flour mix (potato starch could sub) but it has xanthan gum...isn't that corn? It's a Bette Hagman recipe, I don't have a link but if you are interested I could post the recipe. Its not dairy free (sour cream) but I made them with df sour cream before.

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I have one made with rice flour mix (potato starch could sub) but it has xanthan gum...isn't that corn? It's a Bette Hagman recipe, I don't have a link but if you are interested I could post the recipe. Its not dairy free (sour cream) but I made them with df sour cream before.

Thanks purple. We're ok with xanthan gum. Doesn't need to be dairy-free-it's for kiddo. I have one of the Hagman books-The gluten-free Gourmet revised edition. The tortilla recipe doesn't call for sour cream-just dairy-free powder. Is that the same recipe?

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Thanks purple. We're ok with xanthan gum. Doesn't need to be dairy-free-it's for kiddo. I have one of the Hagman books-The gluten-free Gourmet revised edition. The tortilla recipe doesn't call for sour cream-just dairy-free powder. Is that the same recipe?

No, but I did some looking and found the link, I forgot to save it.

http://eatingglutenfree.com/recipes_bread/#tortillas

I haven't made them for over a year, we switched to white corn tortillas when my dd comes home...much easier.

Anyway when I first learned how to make them I posted "my way" (beginner) of doing it:

http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/index.php?showtopic=47650

scroll to my reply

you can freeze them a few in each bag, tortillas separated with parchment so you don't have to thaw out a big stack at once and put the bags in plastic containers...they are fragile in the freezer.

Hope they turn out for you!

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Here is a healthy recipe for wraps. I pressed them out onto inverted cake pans. Golden flax makes them lighter in color.

http://healthyindulgences.blogspot.com/2008/07/homemade-low-carb-gluten-free-wraps-you.html

The recipe makes 2 but I made more the same day b/c they were so good. You can do lots of creative subbing with this recipe.

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Thank you purple!

You are welcome!

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I have two recipes that you may try. Here is the link to the first one. I have not made these yet.

http://healthyindulgences.blogspot.com/search/label/quesadillas

She has alot of other great recipes also.

I have tried this recipe. I have made it once. I used 1/2 brown rice and quinoa flour. Found the quinoa a bit strong. You can use any flour you want or combination to get a variety of flavors. You will have to copy and paste this link to bring it up it is a pdf.

fowlerallergy.com/recipes_new/pdf.php?rec=141

Hope this helps.

I just realized that the first link I listed, Purple allready gave you. Now you have it twice!

Edited by Roda

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That one looks good purple! I'll bet that combo of flours is good. Tomorrow I may finally try the recipe that calls for sour cream that you posted. Kiddo's got the day off from school due to snow and I have some sour cream that I need to use up.

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Thank you again purple! The recipe using sour cream passed the test! I was a little anxious as he doesn't like sour cream. Kiddo said the quesadillas that I used them for were yummy and that the other kids were envious, which made him happy(he gets alot of comments about his "different" lunches).

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Thank you again purple! The recipe using sour cream passed the test! I was a little anxious as he doesn't like sour cream. Kiddo said the quesadillas that I used them for were yummy and that the other kids were envious, which made him happy(he gets alot of comments about his "different" lunches).

You are very welcome!

I am glad they passed the test.

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