How to Make Anything Gluten Free by Becky Excell

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  • FJT on February 23, 2021

    I’ve made 3 recipes from this book in 3 days and all have worked well and I didn’t have to buy a long list of special flours. I’ve made: Yorkshire puddings (Nigella posted the recipe for these which led me to buy the book), pasta dough and focaccia and all worked really well and tasted good using ingredients I already have in the pantry. Looking forward to trying out a few more recipes while we’re still in lockdown!

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Reviews about this book

  • Kavey Eats

    Anyone avoiding gluten who wants to make easy, familiar comfort food quickly and comparatively effortlessly using a standard bag of supermarket GF flour will find Becky’s book a blessing.

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  • ISBN 10 1787136612
  • ISBN 13 9781787136618
  • Published Feb 18 2021
  • Page Count 224
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher Quadrille Publishing

Publishers Text

Are you avoiding gluten but yearn for fresh bread, all your favourite takeaways or a naan bread with your curry? And for your sweet tooth do you crave jam doughnuts, bakery-style cookies and classic cakes?

How to Make Anything Gluten Free is the first cookbook that shows you how to unlock all the food you truly miss eating - but nothing tastes or looks "gluten-free".

Becky Excell has spent years developing delicious dishes and sharing them with her followers on Instagram. She is here to show you that a gluten-free life can be exciting and easy, without having to miss out on your favourite foods ever again. Why restrict yourself to the obvious soups, salads and fruit? What you really want are the recipes that you think you can't eat!

From proper chicken chow mein to pad Thai, doughnuts to lemon drizzle cake, cheesecake to profiteroles, French baguettes to pizza, plus dairy-free, vegan, veggie and low FODMAP options, Becky gives you all the recipes you'll ever need with tips and advice on how to make absolutely anything gluten-free.

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