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Irresistibly Gluten Free Paperback – July 21, 2010
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I'm so thankful for this cookbook, because it really gives you a good gluten-free cooking and baking foundation from which to build upon. I made the orange chicken the other night, and it was truly fantastic! (Have been savoring leftovers from that at lunchtime ;) My sons love the crepes, sloppy joes, and the Italian chicken. I'm planning on making the smothered meatballs for dinner tonight. ;)
I honestly think I will end up trying everything in this cookbook - it all looks delicious! And, if you have kids, these recipes are sure to please.
I have a small collection of gluten free cookbooks at this point, and there are some really excellent recipes in each of those. But I feel that, over all, I've gotten the most bang for my buck with this one. :)
One of the most versatile recipes in this book is “Unflour,” which is an all-purpose gluten free flour mix that can be used in dozens of gluten-free recipes in the book; I’ve also used it in other recipes with good results. There is a recipe for a gluten-free Cream Soup Mix, which is similar to a Cream Soup Mix that I keep on my pantry shelf and use constantly. The gluten-free version is a perfect substitute for canned soups, and as a bonus, uses powdered milk from storage, which doesn’t have a long shelf-life, and needs to be rotated.
Irresistibly Gluten Free has valuable information about eating gluten-free, has explanations on each of the recipes, and has a table of contents that is easy to read. There is no index, but because the book is small, it really isn’t necessary. The recipes call for ingredients that are easy to find; most at larger grocery stores, so there’s no need to make an extra trip to a health food store.
If there is a negative about this book, it’s that it could contain more recipes. I’m anxiously awaiting a second book with more dishes. There are other dishes, however, at the author’s website.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice cookbook there is a picture for every recipe but it does not contain many recipes many are the same with variations. Read morePublished on May 16, 2014 by DG Rivers
Great recipes, love the crepes and waffles the most. Real food for the gluten free, especially for those adjusting to the new way of life!Published on April 4, 2014 by hbmackay
The unfloor recipe in this book can be used in place of regular flour, and that makes life so much easier for me. Read morePublished on December 20, 2013 by Angela Thompson
This is our favorite gluten free recipe book. It has basics that we use beyond the book. My daughter especially loves making the lemon cookies. She is ten.Published on May 6, 2013 by Randy McDonald
When I first started eating gluten-free it was hard to find good recipes. I tried this book in a side by side comparison with a few other recipe books. Read morePublished on December 8, 2012 by W Hansen
This book is my go-to cookbook! It is filled with recipes that are easy to make, budget conscious, and use ingredients that are readily available. Read morePublished on December 7, 2012 by S. Squires