Gluten Free Fried Chicken

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Gluten Free Fried Chicken


Fried chicken is typically dredged in flour, then a buttermilk-egg batter, then another coating of flour. The starch in the wheat flour delivers a coating that’s brown and crisp, while the protein in the flour allows the coating to cling to the chicken and stay in place. After brining the chicken to ensure juicy meat, testers ran a battery of gluten-free coating tests, trying cornstarch, rice flour, potato flour, potato starch, cornmeal and corn flour.

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  • Overnight Breakfast Casserole


    This breakfast casserole has the delicious texture of bread pudding. Make it the night before and pop it in the oven in the morning. It can be made with egg replacement.

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  • Meatloaf


    The key to a tender, moist meatloaf is adding a panade (a paste of bread and milk) to the meat mixture. The starches in the panade absorb liquid from the milk to form a gel that coats...

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  • Chocolate Cookies


    There are two big issues with many gluten-free cookies: off-flavors and dry, tough textures. To counter this, the cooks amped up the chocolate flavor, adding not just melted chocolate but...

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  • Gluten Free English Muffins


    Cornmeal helps create the distinctive crunch on the exterior of conventional gluten free English muffins. This dough is sticky and hard to dust with cornmeal.

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  • Gluten & Arthritis

    Shortly after the birth of her second child, Brandy Uekman, 33, was hit with severe joint pain. It started in her hands. “My fingers were so swollen and tender, they wouldn’t work right,” says the stay-at-home mom from Maumelle, Arkansas. “I couldn’t tighten a bottle top or open a jar of baby food. Forget changing a squirmy baby’s diaper.” Soon the terrible aching struck her feet and knees—and the pain was particularly bad at night. It took Uekman so long to get out of bed, her husband began bringing the baby to her for night feedings.

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    Jennifer Esposito

    Award-winning actress Jennifer Esposito has starred in over 20 films and in popular television shows like Spin City and Blue Bloods but her greatest roles may be those she’s taken on since leaving Hollywood. Now an author and the owner of a successful gluten-free bakery in New York City, Esposito writes a riveting account of decades of unexplained illnesses, the slow unraveling of her life and the arduous road to recovery in her book, Jennifer’s Way: My Journey with Celiac Disease—What Doctors Don’t Tell You and How You Can Learn to Live Again (Da Capo Press). Esposito talks with editor-in-chief Alicia Woodward about her book, her bakery and what bothers her most.

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    Posted September 2, 2014

    With the recent FDA “gluten free” labeling regulation going into effect this month, some celiacs might feel like they can let their guard down a little on packaged goods. While this...

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