How to Make Gluten Free Bread
With this all in one gluten free bread mix there is no need to use different flours, baking powders and other ingredients, all your dry ingredients are providing in one simple to use pack - just add oil and water!
Making a Gluten-Free Diet Really Easy
Following a gluten-free diet can be quite a task, yet this Andrew James Gluten Free Bread Mix means you can enjoy hassle-free and delicious loaves and rolls. Our wide range of gluten-free mixes make the whole process so much easier - from purchasing high-quality gluten-free products to cooking and enjoying them at the end. This delicious gluten free white bread mix is suitable for vegetarians and those with coeliac dietary requirements.
How is it Gluten Free?
Our mix is 100% gluten free and safe for gluten intolerant or sensitive people to consume due to the use of rice flour, buckwheat flour, and yeast.
How Do I Use the Mix?
With this generous 500g pack of Andrew James Gluten Free White Bread Mix, you can make approximately 2 loaves of bread or 8 rolls.
Works perfectly with the Andrew James Bread Maker.
Is There Any Direction for Use?
Yes - our gluten-free bread recipe is really easy to follow. Put 410ml of tepid water and 53ml of vegetable oil into a bowl, knead for 10 minutes, and there you go - your gluten free bread mix is ready to bake.
Can I Use it in a Bread Machine?
Yes, of course! To make 1 large loaf, add the above quantities of dry mix, water, and oil to the bread maker and follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
To make 2 small loaves, simply halve the above mixture and follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
Please note that this product is exempt from the Andrew James 2-year warranty and products received may have a short shelf life. Also, please be aware that food items are non-returnable.
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Yes. This gluten-free bread mix is ideal for use in a bread maker machine. Check your manufacturer’s instructions for your machine’s gluten free function and follow their guidelines for the perfect loaf.
Of course. Use it to make fresh or dried breadcrumbs or use our recipe tips to make sweet or savoury versions. It’s usually best to make breadcrumbs from bread that is a few days old, so this is a great way to use up any leftovers.
Yes - once you’ve made your dough you can shape it into whatever size roll you like, from long finger rolls to burger-style buns or larger baps for a really filling packed lunch. These rolls may not be exactly like the ones you buy in the shop but because they are gluten free they are ideal for anyone who is gluten intolerant or who suffers from celiac disease.
If you want to experiment with your bread, then this mix is the ideal base. Try adding herbs, spices, nuts, seeds or other tasty ingredients like cheese and onion.
Turn your leftover bread into versatile gluten-free breadcrumbs with these great ideas:
Sugar & Spice Breadcrumbs
Mix with a granulated sugar and cinnamon or mixed spice to use as a topping on puddings and ice cream dishes.
Combine with grated hard cheese like parmesan and chopped green herbs such as parsley or coriander. Use to coat chicken breasts which are baked in the oven and served with fresh green beans and skin on potato wedges.
Make your breadcrumbs last even longer by drying them out in an oven on a very low heat (about 150 degrees centigrade). You can store them in an airtight container for several months or freeze them for later use.
Alternatively, try using chunks of leftover bread in great recipes like this one;
Eggy Bread Bake with Leek & Tomato*
*Adapted from Good Food Magazine.
Gluten Free White Bread Mix 500g
Rice Flour, Tapioca Starch, Cornflour, Fibre (Psyllium Husk), Sugar, Buckwheat Flour, Emulsifier (E491), Thickener (Xanthan Gum), Salt, Dried Yeast, Stabiliser (Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose).
For allergens see ingredients in bold.
May contain : Egg, Soya, Milk
Makes approx: 2 loaves or 8 rolls per 500g pack (Oven Baked) / 1 large loaf or 2 small loaves (Bread Machine). Use 500g Bread Mix / 410g(ml) tepid water / 53g Vegetable Oil.
Per 100g as sold (calculated from raw ingredient specifications)
Energy (kJ) 1435.5 : Energy (Kcals) 346.9 : Fat (g) 2.0 : Of which saturates (g) 0.5 : Carbohydrate (g) 77.2 : Of which sugars (g) 4.5 : Protein (g) 4.7 : Salt (g) 1627
Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight and strong odours.
Add the dry mix to a mixing bowl.
In a separate container, mix the water with oil.
Add the liquids to the dry mix on a slow speed for 3 minutes using a dough hook attachment.
Scrape down and mix for a further 3 minutes on medium speed.
Remove the dough from the bowl and knead into a large ball.
The dough will appear sticky initially, but once kneaded using rice flour, it will become more manageable.
For Rolls: Portion @ 120g, knead and then shape into rolls, place onto a baking tray.
For Bread: Portion @ 480g, knead and then roll into an even log about 140mm long, place into a small (400g) greased loaf tin.
Spray/sprinkle rolls/loaves with water and cover with cling film or cover with a clean damp cloth, and leave to prove in a warm place for approximately 60 minutes, or until double in size.
Bake in a preheated oven at 220C/425F/Gas Mark 7 for 40 minutes for loaves, or 30 minutes for rolls.
Alternatively, bake in a combination oven on steam/bake setting for 30 minutes @ 175C and bake setting for 10 minutes @ 190C - for loaves, or steam/bake setting for 20 minutes and bake setting for 10 minutes - for rolls..
Baking times will vary depending upon the equipment and loaf size/weight.
Using a bread machine:
To make 1 large loaf:
Add above quantities of dry mix, water and oil to the bread maker and follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
To make 2 small loaves:
Halve above quantities of dry mix, water and oil, add to the bread maker and follow the manufacturer’s instructions.