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Katrala

Gluten Free Bread Bowls

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Before my diagnosis my husband would occasionally make these wonderful bread bowls and would stuff them with sausage, peppers, pasta, and (homemade) alfredo sauce. They were always amazing and we haven't had them since going gluten-free and decided to give them a shot today.

I used the typical bread recipe I use (found here on the boards) and baked it in Pyrex dishes. I ended up reducing the time I normally cook by about 10 minutes. I did notice that, while the bread rose before baking as normal, it did not rise any during baking and actually condensed a little. Fortunately, this didn't hurt the final product!

The only thing I'd change next time is allowing the bread to rise a little more before baking.

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Excellent! The variety can be endless! :D

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That looks delicious! If you wouldn't mind, I'd love more instructions. Did you use Chebe mix?

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That looks delicious! If you wouldn't mind, I'd love more instructions. Did you use Chebe mix?

I used a recipe I found here on the boards.

I think it's done with King Arthur, but I always use 2 parts rice flour to 2/3 part potato starch to 1/3 part tapioca starch.

1 tbsp yeast

1 tbsp sugar

1.5 cups warm water

(combine above and let proof while you are mixing rest)

2.5 cups flour

2 tsp xanthum gum

1 tsp salt

(combine dry stuff above in mixer)

3 eggs

1.5 tbsp oil (I use coconut oil)

1 tsp cider vinegar

(combine above 3, whisking until foamy)

Add dry to wet. Beat 4 minutes-ish.

Let rise until at top of pan.

Bake at 375 degrees for 50-60 minutes (I did 50 here.)

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Thank you Katrala! I've held off on buying the xanthum gum, but I guess I need to do it. How was your Halloween party?

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What did you put inside? Still the same ingredients? What is the recipe for the homemade alfredo sauce?

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I'm not sure the ingredients for the Alfredo. I know Parmesan cheese. My husband makes it.

We put bell peppers, Italian sausage, Alfredo, pasta, abs topped with mozzarella before baking a little.

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