Dori’s Gluten Free Rice Bread

img_4105-400x266This has been one of my favorite gluten free breads, and it is so easily made in the bread machine.  My friend, Dori Yacko, gave me this recipe years ago when we lived in New York.  She would graciously gift us with a freshly baked loaf of this yummy bread occasionally.  I just love it toasted with jam.

 


The white rice was a special brand that she used, and I found Erawan Rice Flour available at Lee Lee International Supermarkets in Chandler, AZ., or you can also find it online.

 

 

DORI’S RICE BREAD

Wet Ingredients:
2 large eggs, (at room temperature) slightly beaten
1 c. + 2 tbs. warm water
3 tbs. melted shortening (I use Spectrum Naturals Organic Vegetable Shortening.)

Dry Ingredients:
1 pkg. gluten free dry yeast (Red Star)
1 1/3 c. Erawan White Rice Flour
2/3 c. brown rice flour
2 1/4 tsp. xanthum gum ( or guar gar)
3 tbs. sugar or honey
1 tsp. salt
1 c. + 1 tbs. powdered dry milk

Combine liquid ingredients and pour carefully into bread machine baking pan. Mix together dry ingredients and add to baking pan. Carefully place pan in the bread machine. Select normal/white cycle and start machine. ( Use the gluten free setting on my bread machine if available). Remove pan from the machine when bake cycle is complete. Remove bread from pan. Cool upright on a rack before slicing.

I have lost this recipe several times, and went into a panic, so now it will be online and available readily.

Hope you enjoy this as much as I have!

Have a Yummy Day,
Gen's-Signature

 

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