Well and Good’s gluten free pastry flour allows you to create amazing recipes that will keep everyone coming back for more. This flour can be used to make delicious shortcrust and puff pastry.
Got a kids party where kids have food allergies? No problem, bake amazing sausage rolls and pies that don’t taste like cardboard. Want to make a pasta or gnocchi dish for the family but can’t eat gluten? Once again, this gluten free pastry flour won’t let you down. Prefer a sweet dish? Sweet shortcrust pastry will allow you to make your favourite Apple Pie with ease.
This flour comes in a convenient resealable bag and is free from gluten, soy, dairy and nuts.
What you’ll receive: 4x 1kg bags of flour.
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Store in a cool dry area away from direct sunlight.
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Food allergies affect a surprising number of people. Research shows that up to 5% of children under the age of three have at least one of the following common allergies: Gluten, Eggs, Milk, Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Seafood, Sesame and Soy.
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Gluten free pie pastry recipe.
I didn’t start eating Pie’s until I was well into my 20s, It’s my Australian partner who got me started and I’ve never looked back. Pies are a hearty, fun meal and healthy if you make your own from scratch. When I make Pies or Sausage Rolls Its often a big batch and half go in the freezer.
Gluten Free pastry is expensive so making your own is good value; this recipe is not for a puff pastry. I’m not attempting that in my little home kitchen, this Gluten Free pastry is short and a little flaky which tastes really good as a pie.
I love using left over meats for pie fillings, roast beef or lamb and slow cooking with root Vegetables, red wine mustard seeds and bay leaves, or chicken with mushroom and creamy sauce, it doesn’t matter what filling I make, if it’s in a pie it gets eaten.
For the pastry you will need.
Preheat your oven to 200°C (fan forced)
In a large bowl combine margarine, water and Pastry flour. Mix by hand to form elastic dough.
Dust your bench, roll out the dough and lay across flan or pie tin, then press to mould into shape.
For pies add desired fillings, top and bake for 19-24 minutes
For Tarts or Quiches blind bake for 12-14 minutes.