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{White Rice} All Purpose Gluten Free Flour Blend

An easy, lighter all purpose gluten free flour blend that can be subbed cup-for-cup with regular all-purpose flour. Use it in baked goods, as a breading/coating for meat and as a thickener for soups and gravies.

Gluten Free All Purpose White Rice Flour Blend from What The Fork Food Blog

A while back I shared my go-to gluten-free all-purpose flour with you. It called for brown rice flour, potato starch and tapioca flour. While it was a great flour blend, I wanted to experiment with it a bit more. I wanted a flour that produced lighter baked goods. That flour is this all purpose gluten free flour blend!

White Rice All Purpose Gluten Free Flour Blend from What The Fork Food Blog

Instead of using all brown rice flour, I use equal parts of brown rice and white rice flour. I’ve found that the texture of muffins and cake are a little less dense and ‘feel’ better when eating.

I’ve also started measuring my flour differently. I used to just scoop it out and level it off. By measuring it that way, I was actually using a little bit more flour than I should have been.

Gluten Free All Purpose White Rice Flour Blend from What The Fork Food Blog

Now, I give the flour a quick stir and then us a spoon to scoop the flour into my measuring cup. I then use the straight edge of the spoon handle to level it off. I know that’s not a new way of measuring and it does take a few extra seconds of work but it really does make a difference.

Gluten Free All Purpose White Rice Flour Blend from What The Fork Food Blog

I just didn’t do it because of the extra few steps it took. Lazy. But now I do it the right way and it seems to be paying off with better baked goods. So give this all purpose gluten free flour blend a try and let me know how it works for you!

 

Gluten Free All Purpose White Rice Flour Blend from What The Fork Food Blog

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Gluten Free All Purpose White Rice Flour Blend from What The Fork Food Blog

All Purpose Gluten Free Flour Blend

Yield: 3 cups GF Flour Blend
Prep Time: 2 minutes
Total Time: 2 minutes

An easy, lighter all purpose gluten free flour blend that can be subbed cup-for-cup with regular all-purpose flour. Use it in baked goods, as a breading/coating for meat and as a thickener for soups and gravies.

Ingredients

  • 1 C brown rice flour
  • 1 C white rice flour
  • 2/3 C potato starch
  • 1/3 C tapioca flour

Instructions

  1. Mix all ingredients together, whisk until combined. Store in an airtight container.

 

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Monday 19th of September 2022

[…] using my all purpose gluten free flour blend.  It’s very versatile and easy to make.  You can store it in an airtight container […]

Janet M

Friday 25th of June 2021

I like garbanzo flour, how can I convert to all purpose? Thank you

Shay

Friday 2nd of July 2021

Hi Janet, you'll have to experiment with the right ratios for that. I don't like baking with garbanzo bean flour and it's not a flour blend I have on hand. Bob's Red Mill makes a blend that contains bean flour, it might be worth looking into.

Arla

Saturday 27th of February 2021

Tapioca flour is an irritating, can you substitute for another flour.. Amazing blog...would subscribe if had subscription..buying the book Soon. Thanks so much for amazing work

Jehrica

Thursday 17th of December 2020

Thanks! Blessings Great for baking gluten-free for my autistic nephew =) harvest.org/know-God/

Yee

Tuesday 7th of April 2020

Hi, any replacement for Brown rice flour?

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