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Gluten free batter

Postby macdaddy » Fri Jul 21, 2017 10:30 am

OK, here goes. Can't wait for the bustin.'

Gents, I need a gluten free batter that has corn flour as a near & dear one needs gluten free - and I have goose & pheasant breasts that need to be fried.

Any recipes? Or do I have to do this alone, trial & error? My Cajun friends - you helped me with gumbo. Have any gluten free corn batter recipes?
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Re: Gluten free batter

Postby Rice Hunter » Tue May 22, 2018 2:04 pm

I recently had a fish batter made with almond flour and it was amazing. Low carb and no gluten.
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Re: Gluten free batter

Postby macdaddy » Wed May 23, 2018 5:34 am

Rice Hunter wrote:I recently had a fish batter made with almond flour and it was amazing. Low carb and no gluten.


Thanks Rice. Almond? I’ll have to try that, see what she thinks.
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Re: Gluten free batter

Postby walnuts4x4 » Wed May 23, 2018 1:37 pm

I believe coconut flour also is gluten free... I use both a lot when I am on my keto diet
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Re: Gluten free batter

Postby macdaddy » Thu May 24, 2018 8:48 am

walnuts4x4 wrote:I believe coconut flour also is gluten free... I use both a lot when I am on my keto diet


You know, Walnuts, you’re right. The wife (just married a week ago) has mentioned coconut flour. She also loves all things coconut. And coconut is good for her. Thank you. I will try that too.

Keto diet - she wants to get us on that. Game meat is perfect.
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Re: Gluten free batter

Postby Nocalhonker » Thu May 24, 2018 2:13 pm

Is it because of a dietary life style choice or does she celiac disease.
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Re: Gluten free batter

Postby walnuts4x4 » Thu May 24, 2018 3:34 pm

macdaddy wrote:
walnuts4x4 wrote:I believe coconut flour also is gluten free... I use both a lot when I am on my keto diet


You know, Walnuts, you’re right. The wife (just married a week ago) has mentioned coconut flour. She also loves all things coconut. And coconut is good for her. Thank you. I will try that too.

Keto diet - she wants to get us on that. Game meat is perfect.
Don't know how much keto you guys follow but some good things that helped me was the book "bacon and butter" cook book and if you have Instagram there are tons of people that do it.. ..
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Re: Gluten free batter

Postby macdaddy » Fri May 25, 2018 12:14 am

Nocalhonker wrote:Is it because of a dietary life style choice or does she celiac disease.


She does have celiac, Nocal.
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Re: Gluten free batter

Postby macdaddy » Fri May 25, 2018 12:21 am

walnuts4x4 wrote:
macdaddy wrote:
walnuts4x4 wrote:I believe coconut flour also is gluten free... I use both a lot when I am on my keto diet


You know, Walnuts, you’re right. The wife (just married a week ago) has mentioned coconut flour. She also loves all things coconut. And coconut is good for her. Thank you. I will try that too.

Keto diet - she wants to get us on that. Game meat is perfect.
Don't know how much keto you guys follow but some good things that helped me was the book "bacon and butter" cook book and if you have Instagram there are tons of people that do it.. ..


More thanks are due, Walnuts. I will look for “Bacon and Butter.” Little note: went to the doctor for a physical (for a job to pad the pension) - doctor took me to the woodshed. Now I too have to diet. Years of indulgence and neglect are catching up with this old boy. :no:
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Re: Gluten free batter

Postby walnuts4x4 » Fri May 25, 2018 7:54 pm

Keto is a lot to digest initially but once you start it's so easy/fun.... And wiskey is allowed since it's carb free and the sugar is almost in an ethanol so body burns it fast...lol... I did it for a while and lost 30-35lbs but have been off it for a while since new job made life crazy.... But wife's been on it steady and has almost hit 60lbs lost...
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Re: Gluten free batter

Postby oldfireguy » Sat May 26, 2018 4:59 am

My wife is gluten intolerant, and we put oatmeal in a blender to make inexpensive flour for waffles. I like it better than regular pancake mix.
Might work well for a coating.
Corn meal is also gluten free.
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Re: Gluten free batter

Postby macdaddy » Sat May 26, 2018 7:59 am

oldfireguy wrote:My wife is gluten intolerant, and we put oatmeal in a blender to make inexpensive flour for waffles. I like it better than regular pancake mix.
Might work well for a coating.
Corn meal is also gluten free.


Thanks oldfire, I will try the oatmeal flour also. If it makes better pancakes (if I’m still allowed pancakes). Thanks too for the tip on corn flour.
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Re: Gluten free batter

Postby macdaddy » Sat May 26, 2018 8:01 am

And whiskey is allowed, Walnuts? That is good news! I have quite a bit; a double-barrel aged bourbon awaits me (wedding present).
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Re: Gluten free batter

Postby walnuts4x4 » Sun May 27, 2018 7:26 am

Far as my reading it was allowed and it didn't seem to effect our ketosis state... And plus side now the wife drinks it too...
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Re: Gluten free batter

Postby macdaddy » Sun May 27, 2018 11:47 am

I got my bride drinking, too, Walnuts. All’s good in that regard!!
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Re: Gluten free batter

Postby Weedwacker » Wed Jun 06, 2018 5:22 am

There many GF options for using like flour on the counters most every store now or available on line, even fish batter with seasonings, like Louisiana style.
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Re: Gluten free batter

Postby Elvis Kiwi » Mon Jun 11, 2018 4:26 am

My good wife uses glueten free flour...most supermarkets stock it now,we found the rice flour very gritty and some of the other more natural alternatives were a bit hit n miss. bakals do all the best stuff over here. another option is check basic cook books for cornflour recipes... the edmonds cookbook (on average every home in NZ owns 3 of them) beer batter recipe is a corker.
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Re: Gluten free batter

Postby continental shooter » Thu Sep 06, 2018 2:14 am

Hi,

Missus is severely gluten intolerant (but not diagnosed with coeliac) and Almond, coconut, buckwheat, rice or GF flour will all do

for me was just a matter of error and trial to try and find the one that acts like regular flour for bread making; as well as associating each flour with it's style.

I found Rice is great for coating before frying as it takes out the external moisture and fries golden and crisp; is also good for making potato gnocchi as you need less than regular flour even if your tatties is of a kind that absorb a lot of water.

Coconut is great for sweets or any asian style cooking; almond fits better (for me ) on mediterranean style food

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