As most of you already know, Nicole Hunn of Gluten Free on a Shoestring blog and popular book, is one talented woman! Her first book, Gluten-Free on a Shoestring, was an excellent compilation of tasty recipes that didn’t break the bank. Her new book, Gluten-Free on a Shoestring Bakes Bread, goes even deeper into the talents of creating your favorite breads including real NY bagels, baguettes, quick breads, flatbreads and even a handful of doughs. Nicole discusses what to expect when baking gluten-free breads and what things you need to make it a success each time. I personally love her books (and blog) because it feels like she is right in the kitchen with you walking through the recipes. Things you think of while preparing or baking are likely addressed in the book in a light way that makes you feel like your hearing it from an old friend.
I don’t consider myself much of a bread maker. My mom is so extremely talented at it that I just let her make gluten-free breads for me and then gobble them up. 🙂 With Nicole’s new book I was inspired to try out some new things in my kitchen. For a recent weekend brunch I made her tasty extra flaky buttermilk biscuits. I was really surprised at how easy the recipe was to put together then how easy it was to work with the dough. They weren’t sticky or difficult to roll out and bake. It was like working with glutenous dough but minus the scary gluten. The biscuits turned out absolutely wonderful! They were so good hot and buttered with just a drizzle of honey. I was in Heaven eating these and I don’t typically reach for gluten-free breads, I’m just not a big bread fan. Nicole’s book is great for beginners and more seasoned gluten-free chefs. I would highly recommend this book to anyone!
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*These are my opinions and my opinions alone. I was provided with product for review but I was not required to write a positive feature.