Marcia Berg 08/212/2018 08/01/2018
It would be so helpful if you could include the nutrition information for this (and other) recipes on your website. I success providing it for the batch and then people can calculate the per roll calories based on how many they made from the batch.
Marcia Berg 07/181/2018 07/01/2018
These are probably the best gluten free rolls or bread I have ever had! The taste and texture were as good as very good regular rolls. I used 3 eggs instead of 2 eggs and 2 egg whites, and I substituted sparkling water for the club soda. No other changes and I followed the instructions exactly. No matter how long I mixed at slow speed after adding the sparkling water, the batter remained lumpy. I gave up after 10 minutes and continued with the 4 minute mix at medium speed, and it was still slightly lumpy looking. No problem though! I made 3 hotdog rolls and 2 round rolls. The hotdog rolls were done after 20 minutes, as indicated by 210 degree F center. The round rolls took an extra 4 or 5 minutes. Both were browner than Pamela's pictures, but not burned, and very even texture inside (no lumps). I may try center of oven instead of top third next time. My oven is a convection oven, so maybe that made the difference. In any case, this is my new favorite GF bread recipe!
Dee 11/319/2016 11/15/2016
Is there any workaround for those of us who don't own a stand mixer? Would mixing the dough in a BREADMACHINE work??
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