Mama bought me some Bob's Gluten Free Bread Mix, so as soon as I arrived home for summer today, I busted open the package and began making it. It was pretty bizarre because the dough was more the consistency of batter. I followed the directions using olive oil and almondmilk instead of melted butter and cow juice. Instead of using a bread maker or large loaf pan, I used the Kitchen Aid and 3 mini loaf tins. Here are ma photos!
|Three baby loaves rising atop a warm oven.|
|Baked baked baked!|
How'd it taste? Well...it was good, but definitely nothing like a fresh loaf of regular bread. There was a certain aftertaste I couldn't quite pinpoint, but for a carb lover like me, it got the job done.
My roommate left some brie cheese in our fridge, so I brought it to L.A. with me and made a fun grilled cheese with my fresh bread:
I cooked some chopped onions in a spray of Pam olive oil until they were golden. I then added water, reduced it until it evaporated, added more water, reduced it, and repeated this until they were softened to my liking. I then added a tiny splash of apple cider vinegar, honey, and cinnamon.