KOSHER RECIPES FOR GLUTEN-FREE LIVING



Monday, October 09, 2006

October's Mission: Possible.

My mission for the rest of the month of October:

-To make a gluten-free potato knish (difficult)

-To make gluten-free kasha varnishkes (easy)

These are the two Jewish dishes I miss the most, so today I'm making a public commitment to create at least a Version 1 Beta of each by the end of the month. You have my permission to scold me if I do not accomplish these projects by month's end.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

The importance of making a gluten-free potato knish cannot be overstated. Good luck! And, if it turns out great, shout it from the rooftops!

Gluten-Free By The Bay said...

Oh you bet, Brendon! I will spam the entire world with my recipe! There are a bunch of ladies over at GlutenFreeForum.com eagerly awaiting the results of my experiments ;-P

Anonymous said...

Seriously, end me an email when you post the beta version (or any other version): davisite at gmail dot com. I am looking forward to this!

Anonymous said...

My grandmother used a pastry-like dough for her knish. She'd just add ice water and oil (to keep it parve) little by little to the flour until it was the right consistency and then refrigerate before rolling out.