With many thanks to Julie and Judi, here is our new, delicious recipe for gluten free challah over which we can legally say hamotzi.
As Julie says on her kosher coeliac blog, “Gluten free hamotzi challah … is the holy grail of gluten free baking.” I didn’t think about this until recently, when Judi and Ray invited us to shabbat Continue reading “Gluten Free HaMotzi Challah”
Quinoa-Cornmeal Cakes. I adapted this recipe from a box of Ancient Harvest Quinoa Flour. They are surprisingly light, and yummy. It’s best to warn people that they don’t taste like regular pancakes. Continue reading “Q-C Pancakes”
Makes one 9-inch single pie crust
This is my standard challah recipe that I make every Friday for Shabbat. After a year or two of experimenting and baking challot that Josh barely tolerated and most of us didn’t touch, I tried a recipe from a bag of Potato Starch (Bob’s Red Mill) that was pretty good. I made a few changes, and eventually it evolved into our regular Friday night fare, and everyone has been happy with it. Later I’ll post the challah I make for the gluten contingent of the family. Continue reading “Gluten-Free Challah (version 1)”