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    I am looking for a good recipe for a flat bread, kind of like tortilla or even a bit thicker. I found one that was supposed to be flat bread using coconut flour, tapioca flour, and egg whites (as the main ingredients), but it turned
    to be more like a pancake. That is NOT what I am looking for. Anyone have a good recipe! We are staying away from grains, but ESPECIALLY wheat because my husband is very sensitive.
    http://www.cantneverdidanything.net/

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    Let me know if you find one, I always end up with a pancake.
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    • #3
      from my GF baking cookbook:

      1 2/3 cups gluten free all purpose flour
      1 1/3 cups chickpea flour
      1 tsp salt
      1 tbsp oil
      1 tbsp yogurt

      Mix dry ingredients first, add oil and yogurt, then gradually add 1/4 - 1/3 cup of water. Dough should be firm and not sticky.

      Makes 8. Form into balls, roll flat with a rolling pin. and fry in a skillet on both sides until done.

      I know it's hardly primal, but using 100% tapioca flour would lead to something a lot doughier than you're looking for.
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      • #4
        I have all kind of bread subs on my foodie blog that are gluten free and almost all grain free: feel free to check them out!

        Gluten free Breads, Crackers, Cereals and Pasta | foodfantabulous

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        • #5
          thanks for the link! That first recipe looks great!
          http://www.cantneverdidanything.net/

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          • #6
            Take a look at sorghum flour. It's from amaranth seeds.

            From my experimentation, it is very difficult to work with without something "glutenous". It can be done, but takes a lot of patience. Here's the proof: living in the ice age: Sorghum Flatbread

            Googling for "juwar flatbread" will give you a lot of hints. Juwar is another name for sorghum.

            Next time I feel inclined to make this work, I'll simply blend sorghum and manioc. I reckon the manioc will act as the binder. I don't see that eggs are needed in the mix. Sorghum, manioc and water. Manioc will give that stretchiness that is necessary for the bread to remain in shape until cooked.
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            • #7
              I made some flat breads by mixing mashed potatoes, potato starch, and eggs together until I found the right ratio then I covered them in chutney and butter....mind blowing
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              • #8
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                • #9
                  Id say taro would be very suitable to make some sort of bread like food from. I just don't know where to start really, but it's texture is liek that of warm bread plucked from the middle of a big loaf.

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