Product Reviews, Restaurant Reviews and Recipes: All GLUTEN FREE!
This recipe was provided in my February “Crate of Nothing”. I was surprised that I would receive mixtures and have to make something myself but when I got around to making these Breadstick, I was impressed how easy it was, as well as how tasty the end product was. I will certainly be trying this again with some variations!
(lucky for me that most of the above was measured out and provided in small sachets /bags ready to be used.)
Mel, AKA Pig In The Kitchen produced this recipe for “Crate of Nothing” and can be followed: http://www.piginthekitchen.co.uk/ and on twitter @piginthekitchen
Really impressed with the results as the thin breadsticks did rise a little and definitely were yummy. They had a great snap on them and with the little seasoning (pepper at one end and salt at the other) I think they looked quite stylish. After my initial shock at this GLUTEN FREE treat from my “Crate of Nothing” I have to say, I am looking forward to trying a new recipe as in my March Box, there is a Chocolate Brownie Recipe which I will make. Whilst I made two trays of breadsticks, that was only from half of the mixture. Of course, with “live” yeast in the mixture, it did start to expand and grow so it does need to be made in one large batch.
To store, rest in an air-tight container although these didn’t last that long as they were yummy!
My February “Crate of Nothing” parcel contained a good selection of GLUTEN FREE and DAIRY FREE foods. They provide me with a novel way of trying new and exciting foods knowing my food allergies are catered for at £20 per box. http://crateofnothing.co.uk/