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    Tapioca Flour Biscuit Recipe Anyone?

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    So I found Tapioca Flour, now I'm just looking for a recipe to make some biscuits with it.

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    Just make them out of Ribeye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthFriendly View Post
    Just make them out of Ribeye.
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    2 C Tapioca Flour
    1/2 grassfed cheese
    2 T BP
    1/4 C grassfed butter
    1 tsp any quality salt
    2 free range or organic eggs
    1-2 T purified water

    Mix everything together, divide batter into 6 greased ramekins or large muffin pan. Bake at 375 2o minutes or until fluffy and golden.

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    i'm assuming that must be a 1/2 cup cheese?

    i might try this. sounds good and simple. maybe it will be the first baked item i haven't screwed up!

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    Say hello to Pao de Queijo. You'll thank me later. And it's perfectly Primal as long as you don't use the God awful soy milk.

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    Pao de Queijo - too gorgeous!

    I amended my recipe and use olive oil in place of butter and pecorino cheese in these. Very sour, very soft and very unctuous. I eat these almost always with deep Italian-style fish stews.

    I do wonder whether some cream cheese whisked in and a slug of some local honey might make up sweet versions of these.

    I've also made them very sloppy, poured out like batter, which presents as something a bit like Yorkshire Pudding.

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    Can you use arrowroot in place of the tapioca with good results, do you know? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by longing2bfit View Post
    2 C Tapioca Flour
    1/2 grassfed cheese
    2 T BP
    1/4 C grassfed butter
    1 tsp any quality salt
    2 free range or organic eggs
    1-2 T purified water

    Mix everything together, divide batter into 6 greased ramekins or large muffin pan. Bake at 375 2o minutes or until fluffy and golden.
    What is 2 T BP ? I know it CANNOT be blood pressure...!

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