Of all the gluten free bread recipes I have baked and eaten over the last 50 years this still remains my absolute favourite! It is also very versatile as I have substituted different gluten free flours if I am out of stock of one of those listed.
Quick and easy to prepare, and only taking 20-25 minutes to bake, you can have these bread rolls on the table in less time that it takes to go shopping. There is no need to leave it to rise or prove.
If you have allergies to milk or eggs you can vary this recipe to make it safe for your own diet. I use almond milk instead of cow's. You could replace the egg with the flax mixture I provide here.
This gluten free bread recipe will work with quite a variety of flours. Following the recipe as given will give you a light brown bread with a slightly savory flavor.
You can substitute the quinoa with chick pea (gram flour). You may also like to substitute half the tapioca with more quinoa flour. With these changes to the original recipe you will achieve a very light textured pale lemon colored gluten free bread roll.
You can use fava bean flour (from broad beans) but I like to grind black eyed peas in my wondermill. They add a slightly more savoury taste and tiny speckles in the dough.
Another substitution that can be made is to use Sorghum flour instead of the tapioca starch.
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