celiac disease

Discussion in 'Missouri' started by chasmonster, Apr 16, 2014.

  1. chasmonster

    chasmonster Morel Enthusiast

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    looking for gluten free recipies
     
  2. chefinainteasy

    chefinainteasy Young Morel

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    I'm a chef and my wife has celiac. What kind of stuff are you lookin for? Using morels?
     

  3. garden

    garden Morel Connoisseur

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    Chas, HI, My favorite way to have morels is battered and fried. I am not a chef but I am familiar with this disease. If you can use the Redmill (I think it is called) gluten free flour. Then just do a dry, wet, dry, fry// lol. That's what I call it. Season your flour and roll your morel in it, then dip it in a egg wash, then back in the flour and into a skillet with hot butter or oil... Yummy....
    Also, there was a guy on here the other day talking about stuffing them with his own sausage and cream cheese, rolling them in (for you, your seasoned gluten free flour) and frying them.
    I also like them sautéed in butter on just about anything... Anyway, most kindness and best of luck finding a motherload.
     
  4. chasmonster

    chasmonster Morel Enthusiast

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    Looking for good substiute for flower, rice flower seems grainy to me. Corn meal? almond Flower?
     
  5. chefinainteasy

    chefinainteasy Young Morel

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    They sell al purpose gluten free flour mixes. King Arthur is a good one.
     
  6. icemike

    icemike Young Morel

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    Corn or potato starch. The Chinese have been doing it for years. I personally and so do others like it better. Just lightly moisten them and shake off excess to fry. It doesn't mask the flavor like a heavy coating and its crunchy.