Gluten-Free CookingSusanne Hovenäs, Nilla Gunnarsson
Now everyone can enjoy delicious bread! Whatever your reasons for wanting to bake gluten free, this is the perfect book for you. None of the 60 recipes in this book contain pre-mixed flours or wheat starch, resulting in bread that is moist and tasty and just as good, or perhaps even better, than the more traditional varieties. If you’re interested in your health or on a special diet, the book offers some delicious alternatives, which is why the majority of the recipes aren’t sweetened with white sugar.
Apart from step by step instructions and a useful measurement conversion table, the authors Susanne Hovenäs and Nilla Gunnarsson generously share their best baking tips and teach you how to make your own gluten-free flour mix, which is perfect to have on hand when you get the urge to bake!
More and more people are choosing a gluten-free diet – whether it’s for health reasons or for a wholesome and more varied diet. This book is the perfect guide for those of you wanting to go gluten free without compromising on flavour and enjoyment. All the recipes are simple to follow and contain fresh ingredients instead of pre-mixed flours. Choose from delicious pasta and noodle dishes, filling pies, rustic pizzas, crispy empanadas, great burgers with buns, Chinese dumplings, Indian pakoras, a Mexican taco feast and baked desserts. Whether you eat everything or are a vegetarian or a vegan, there are definitely recipes here that will inspire you. Besides over 50 recipes, this book even contains lists of gluten-free flours and other products as well as advice to help you succeed at gluten-free cooking.
Susanne Hovenäs and Nilla Gunnarsson are both dietitians whose keywords when it comes to cooking are flavour, quality and sustainability. It is not just about choosing organic ingredients and natural flavours, but also creating recipes that have balanced nutritional content – and that can be made again and again. Together they have written the highly popular Gluten-Free Baking that was published in 2015. The fantastic pictures are the work of Eva Hildén Smith.