More Gluten-Free Flour Mixes

There are many different formulas for gluten-free mix and not one of them is “all-purpose.” Some people have different allergies in addition to gluten (like corn and potato) and other people (like me) have difficulty finding special flours that aren’t sold wherever they live. I picked up this copy of Gluten-Free Gourmet Cooks Comfort Foods when I was in the U.S. last October. The book includes a variety of GF mixes and recipes that use these mixes. I’ll be posting a few of my favorite recipes later.

Here’s the table of flour mixes from the book.

Formula For 9 cups For 12 cups
Gluten-Free Mix
rice flour
potato starch
tapioca flour

6 cups
2 cups
1 cup

8 cups
2 2/3 cups
1 1/3 cups
Potato Flour Mix
rice flour
tapioca flour
potato starch

3 3/4 cups
3 cups
2 1/4 cups

5 cups
4 cups
3 cups
Featherlight Rice Flour Mix
rice flour
tapioca flour
cornstarch
potato flour

3 cups
3 cups
3cups
3 tablespoons

4 cups
4 cups
4 cups
4 tablespoons
Light Bean Flour Mix (for bread)
garfava bean flour
tapioca flour
cornstarch

3 cups
3 cups
3 cups

4 cups
4 cups
4 cups
Four Flour Bean Mix
garfava bean flour
sorghum flour
tapioca flour
cornstarch

2 cups
1 cup
3 cups
3 cups

2 2/3 cups
1 1/3 cups
4 cups
4 cups

2 Comments so far »

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    Our Kitchen is Not Big Enough! | Jason and Susan said

    June 24 2009 @ 10:44 pm

    [...] tag (over $1000 USD) for a 220V model, we actually ended up saving a lot more because pre-made gluten-free flour mixes are very expensive both here and in the U.S., not to mention a glass of 100% fruit juice/smoothies [...]

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    shuhan said

    September 6 2011 @ 5:41 pm

    what’s the difference between the gluten-free mix and featherlight rice flour mix? as in, what type of recipes would you use them for? thanks for this, it’s a great help!

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