This is for the vegan and gluten-free people out there. We see you. We know that you like food too. Food that non-vegans and gluten loving people would also want to eat. Because it, you know, tastes good. Instead of relying on the traditional gluten-free flours, this yeasted flatbread is actually made with brown rice that has been soaked for 24 hours and then blended with coconut milk and other flavorful ingredients to create something between a flatbread and pancake with a deliciously soft, slightly chewy texture and none of that weird sandiness you usually get from rice flours.Continue reading Cilantro and Garlic Vegan Gluten-Free Flatbread
Who doesn’t love a croissant? Layers of buttery flaky goodness that are somehow decadent simplicity. And by simplicity, I mean that a good croissant can stand on its own. No filling or jam or chicken salad needed. However, it is one of those recipes that requires time, patience and a bit of skill. Certainly not something you whip up every week. A treat, a decadence, a labor of love. But, there is something very satisfying about making your own. So if you like a good weekend baking project, perhaps it’s time to tackle croissants. Also included is how to form chocolate croissants and what to do with those leftover dough scraps.
Summer is soon coming to an end soon, so what better way to commemorate the season than with a grilled pizza party, utilizing toppings that make the most of that lingering summer produce. The dough for this pizza is an extremely versatile flatbread, making it ideal for a build your own pizza set-up. The recipe also includes directions for baking in the oven.