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Gluten Free Baguette

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The beauty of our 5 minute method of bread baking is that you have enough dough for more than just one loaf. This is true for our traditional wheat recipes and our many gluten-free breads. so whenever you’re in the mood for fresh bread, you just take a piece of dough and create the loaf you want. You may have tried our Master recipe from GFin5 and made a classic boule, but want to venture into some other shapes. A baguette is just as easy and a wonderful, quick loaf to make at any meal. 

8 ounces Gluten-Free Master Recipe (you can use the recipe from either our Gluten-Free Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day or Healthy Bread in Five Minutes a Day books.)

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If you haven’t baked with gluten-free dough before, you’ll have to ignore everything you know about baking wheat bread and treat this as if it is scone or biscuit dough. It has no real stretch to it, so you can’t just pull it into the baguette shape. You need to take out a piece of dough from your bucket and press it into a long rope.Gluten Free Baguette | Breadin5 (5 of 5)-2

When making a baguette I taper the ends and use some water to smooth the dough into a nice shape. Cover the loaf and let it rest for about 45 to 60 minutes.

Preheat a Baking Stone in the middle of the oven to 450°F (if you find your gluten-free breads tend to come out pale, raise the temperature to 475°F).

Brush the loaf with egg white. Don’t use too much, it should be evenly covered, but shouldn’t be dripping for with egg.Gluten Free Baguette | Breadin5 (3 of 5)-2

Use a knife or Lame to slash the dough.Gluten Free Baguette | Breadin5 (2 of 5)-2

Bake for about 35 minutes or until richly brown.

Be sure to let the loaf cool completely or it will seem gummy when you cut into it. This is particularly important for gluten-free breads.

Other Gluten-Free breads to try:

Classic Round GF Boule – video

GF Calzone

Crock Pot GF Bread

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17 thoughts on “Gluten Free Baguette

  1. this gf bread journey will be a first for me, but i am determined to give it a go, zoe. i am blessed to not have a need to go this route, but i am a curious adventurous hungry girl. i want to try and eat everything. i want to understand the science and cooking technique of everything. thank you to both you and jeff for making it easier for me.

  2. Zoe – Just want to thank you for these recipes! My friend who has celiacs said this is the best GF bread she has ever had (she thought it may have been regular bread :)). Thank you!

  3. I found a way to make really tasty Italian Bread. I start with your Olive Oil Dough recipe (The New Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day, page 214) and added 3/4 c. grated Parmesan cheese, 1 tsp. Rosemary, 1 tsp. Basil and 2 tsp. Oregano.

  4. i am returning to say i have been totally blown away by the taste and texture of my loaves! since grabbing and running with this recipe a month back, three batches have been made and shared. several of my neighbors refused to believe what they were eating was gluten free. i am sooo looking forward to hopping down to the bookstore and adding this book to my collection of works from you both. i am also planning on gifting your book to some others i know that have gf lifestyle family members. i couldn’t shut up about it so much so that i emailed my doctor to give her a heads up in case one of her patients was in need of such a share. thank you zoe and jeff!!! much love and tons of hugs sent. cheers~

  5. I hope you have both been well.

    I taught my first no knead baking class yesterday. A variation of AB5. Very exciting, 12 women at Chabad of Simi Valley.

    There was one sweet woman sitting all by herself for gluten free baking.

    She said she couldn’t eat the final product of the recipe because it contained yeast and corn. She’s allergic to them, in addition to wheat. She’s probably in her late 80’s, and she feels that this way of eating has kept her healthy.

    Without yeast, it’s probably a quick bread that tastes a bit like bread that would work for her. King Arthur Flour doesn’t have any gluten free recipes without yeast.

    I thought that maybe Zoe, with her pastry training, might have some ideas. Jean is the nicest woman at this Chabad! At least I could say I’ve tried. She felt so left out.

    Thank you so much,
    Judy

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