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  • karen williams

    This looks similar to the recipe on the side of the Rice Flour package. What is the reason the above recipe wasn’t chosen to be included on the package?

    July 04, 2012
  • Daisy Health Foods

    Hi Karen

    The recipes are similar. The packaging was printed before the recipe was changed. I have to print a huge amount of packaging at a time, so I will change the recipe at the next print.

    July 04, 2012
  • ena

    I have been using entice rice and self raising flour for some time now also using it in cup for cup recipes but my finished product (cherry cake , muffins , and a microwave Scottish dumpling –this is on the same lines as a boiled fruit cake (all of these end up very crumbly and do not slice ) what am I doing wrong.

    Try to increase your mixing time on batters that are thick. Thin batters should be handled as little as possible so as to prevent all the bubbles from being beaten out of the mix. Unfortunately with egg free recipes the end result is often more crumbly as the egg does help with the binding You could add a little more xanthan gum (available from health stores) to the flour to improve the binding

    January 12, 2014
  • Ria

    I would like to bake riceflour bread for my daughter who is gluten intollerant and have many allergies, celiac’s disease, etc … please advise which is the best recipe to use.
    Regards
    Ria
    Durban

    July 07, 2017
  • Hi Ria. I have several options for breads, with and without yeast. We are launching a new bread that is chewy crust and soft inside. Email me your details and I will send you a pricelist. we can supply bulk to you if you are baking a lot, as it works out cheaper. info@enticerice.com is the email to use

    August 07, 2017

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