BREAD QUEST

“Happiness is created.  Not waited for.”  Step three of thirteen

Still on my quest to make a quick, gluten free bread-like product.  “Grandma,” you’re all shouting, “why don’t you simply purchase gluten-free bread from the store!?”  I don’t purchase it from the store because I read the labels and noticed that there are usually a number of ingredients that sound like they come from a chemical facility instead of a food facility.

“But Grandma!” the chorus rings out again.  “Isn’t everything made of chemicals?”  Never mind.

Anyway, I once again combined the three ingredients from the GF pancake creation from October 23.  This time I added a bit of salt, baking powder, and dried rosemary.  Then I put it in the oven for baby and me at 395 degrees for about 20 minutes.   It did not get bready enough for me, yet, but the flavor was amazing.  It looked like this.

1 shrimp

I added the shrimp and parsley at the urging of my muse.

Will still be working on the bready part.  Maybe a bit more GF flour mix along with a little more baking powder and/or baking soda.  It’s a fun experiment.  Love the touch of dried rosemary, but just about any herb would do.  Use your favorite.

And then it came time to dine, so I added some of my favorite foods to the plate.  These included sautéed onions and mushrooms.  I try to have a jar of these on hand at all times.  Yum!  And then, of course, I added radishes and baby pickles because I like them.

P&R

Oh, Lordy!  It was a tasty meal.  It was also a bit on the small side, more like a snack.  That was a necessary step because I destroyed myself with buffalo chicken wings for lunch and wasn’t very hungry for dinner.

I promise not to bother you with further bread quests.  Buffalo chicken wing quests are another story.  Love them!

Loveya – The Grandma

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Artist, African hand drum student, yoga neophyte, and Grandmother of 22 or so grandchildren. I enjoy cooking and writing. I value good friends and quiet times for reading.

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