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All of the comfort foods you crave made gluten-free for the whole family to enjoy together. Unbelievably great fried chicken, with a golden crispy coating. Unbelievably delicious pizza crust, two ways—classic chewy, or thin and crackerlike. Unbelievably real-deal gumbo, thickened with a sweet rice flour roux. Anne Byrn serves up these and other favorite dishes, and does it All of the comfort foods you crave made gluten-free for the whole family to enjoy together. Unbelievably great fried chicken, with a golden crispy coating. Unbelievably delicious pizza crust, two ways—classic chewy, or thin and crackerlike. Unbelievably real-deal gumbo, thickened with a sweet rice flour roux. Anne Byrn serves up these and other favorite dishes, and does it by replacing wheat, barley, and rye with gluten-free ingredients. She doctors gluten-free mixes for better taste and texture (use cider vinegar and cream cheese to create rich, flaky pie crust); she stocks the fridge and pantry with flavor-boosting staples like orange juice, buttermilk, and nuts of all kinds; and she shares simple techniques for their use. Now all the dishes you love are back on the dinner table, where the gluten is gone and won’t be missed.  


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All of the comfort foods you crave made gluten-free for the whole family to enjoy together. Unbelievably great fried chicken, with a golden crispy coating. Unbelievably delicious pizza crust, two ways—classic chewy, or thin and crackerlike. Unbelievably real-deal gumbo, thickened with a sweet rice flour roux. Anne Byrn serves up these and other favorite dishes, and does it All of the comfort foods you crave made gluten-free for the whole family to enjoy together. Unbelievably great fried chicken, with a golden crispy coating. Unbelievably delicious pizza crust, two ways—classic chewy, or thin and crackerlike. Unbelievably real-deal gumbo, thickened with a sweet rice flour roux. Anne Byrn serves up these and other favorite dishes, and does it by replacing wheat, barley, and rye with gluten-free ingredients. She doctors gluten-free mixes for better taste and texture (use cider vinegar and cream cheese to create rich, flaky pie crust); she stocks the fridge and pantry with flavor-boosting staples like orange juice, buttermilk, and nuts of all kinds; and she shares simple techniques for their use. Now all the dishes you love are back on the dinner table, where the gluten is gone and won’t be missed.  

30 review for Unbelievably Gluten-Free: 128 Delicious Recipes: Dinner Dishes You Never Thought You'd Be Able to Eat Again

  1. 5 out of 5

    Robert Wright

    Since Unbelievably Gluten-Free is a fairly recent publication with few reviews as yet, I feel the need for some counterpoint before I get to the meat of my review. (Everyone's entitled to their opinion, but I feel the need to offer a counterbalancing one.) 1) It's not marketed as a vegetarian cookbook. So while it's fair to point out there aren't many vegan/vegetarian options here, it's not realistic to make that a major negative point of a review. It's like complaining that a Middle Eastern coo Since Unbelievably Gluten-Free is a fairly recent publication with few reviews as yet, I feel the need for some counterpoint before I get to the meat of my review. (Everyone's entitled to their opinion, but I feel the need to offer a counterbalancing one.) 1) It's not marketed as a vegetarian cookbook. So while it's fair to point out there aren't many vegan/vegetarian options here, it's not realistic to make that a major negative point of a review. It's like complaining that a Middle Eastern cookbook is lacking in pork recipes. 2) Reliance on “expensive” baking mixes. As someone with a gluten-free child, I can say that most GF ingredients are more costly than the non-GF equivalent. And the baking mixes are easy and convenient and produce consistent results. “Expensive” is also a relative term. Yes, mixing your own from a variety of base flours will save you some money in the long run, but for the occasional GF cook (making a treat for friends/family) or ones in a time crunch, the slight extra cost may be made up for in convenience. 3) Helpful for someone not familiar with GF cooking, but... This statement just conveys a basic misunderstanding of the intended audience for this book. Anne Byrn writes for average home cooks looking for convenient, easy cooking options. She is the “Cake Mix Doctor” after all. To criticize the book for being too basic is like criticizing the CIA's The New Professional Chef for being too complex for a beginner. So, on with the show. As a parent with a GF child, I appreciate the effort put into this book. It's often tough to find a book that easily explains and answers the question for family (especially older ones), “well, what can he eat?” This book is a good intro to the concept. I also appreciate the alternatives for making certain recipes dairy free. Many people are living with multiple allergies and food sensitivities. For me, the multiple allergens issue is the one place where the book falls short. I don't expect all the recipes to address this. (Then it would be Unbelievably Allergen-Free.) But the occasional variation that addresses some of the major allergen/sensitivities, such as corn, soy, etc. would have made this an even better introduction. I don't expect any cookbook to be perfect for my whole family's needs: GF, casein-free, sensitivities to corn & soy, low-carb, diabetic. But certain books are better at identifying which recipes are friendly for which needs, making it easier to juggle. This is a start, but a very simple intro. So, in sum: this is a book for those looking for a basic introduction, without need for advanced technique or cooking experience. It may not go as far as those living day-to-day with a GF lifestyle needs, but for the family & friends that can ever seem to master the basic GF restrictions, this is a nice primer.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    Anne Byrn cookbooks are the most organized and the recipes are easy to follow.

  3. 5 out of 5

    J

    I enjoyed this cookbook, but it was a bit of a disappointment. The cover boasts that it contains recipes for "homemade" pizzas, pies, etc. I suppose since most cooks would carry out the baking of these dishes in their homes, then technically it's "homemade". Many of these recipes begins by accessing gluten free Bisquik or some other brand name mix as the basis for the recipe. I haven't ever encountered this author's other cookbooks but apparently this is her pattern. The recipes look tasty. Ther I enjoyed this cookbook, but it was a bit of a disappointment. The cover boasts that it contains recipes for "homemade" pizzas, pies, etc. I suppose since most cooks would carry out the baking of these dishes in their homes, then technically it's "homemade". Many of these recipes begins by accessing gluten free Bisquik or some other brand name mix as the basis for the recipe. I haven't ever encountered this author's other cookbooks but apparently this is her pattern. The recipes look tasty. There are a few tips for improving issues encountered in gluten free baking. There are ideas to change up the recipes, thereby giving the gluten free cook an increased repertoire. One drawback to the heavy reliance on using brand name mixes is that some cooks may not have access to purchase some of the mixes mentioned. There's no explanation of a suitable substitute given. I would have preferred less reliance on brand name mixes and enjoyed a better understanding of the subtleties of using gluten free flours to prepare my own mixes or recipes.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Dianna Anderson

    This is a book I won in a Goodreads Giveaway. I am not a Gluten-Free cook by any means but am looking to expand not just my reading genre. I was surprised my many of the recipes. The book was filled to the brim with everything you could possibly want. It had the usual breakfast, lunch and dinner but also lighter dishes along with indulgent dishes or hearty pastas and sauces which I had thought impossible before I read the book. Definitely an eye opener in regards to gluten-free. Lots of recipes This is a book I won in a Goodreads Giveaway. I am not a Gluten-Free cook by any means but am looking to expand not just my reading genre. I was surprised my many of the recipes. The book was filled to the brim with everything you could possibly want. It had the usual breakfast, lunch and dinner but also lighter dishes along with indulgent dishes or hearty pastas and sauces which I had thought impossible before I read the book. Definitely an eye opener in regards to gluten-free. Lots of recipes to choose from too.

  5. 4 out of 5

    BookeryBliss

    I found this Gluten-free recipe book to be a very well rounded book. It provided different variations to our usual meals that my children and family enjoyed. The recipes were delicious and simple too! Disclaimer *I received a copy of this book in a First Reads giveaway in exchange for an honest review. This in no way affected my opinion of the book or the content disclosed in my review. *

  6. 5 out of 5

    Micah

    Picked this up from the new book shelf at the library today. This book had very few dinner recipes that had any interest to me as a vegetarian. It also relied on expensive flour mixes for most of its breads. It might be a helpful cookbook for someone who is not familiar with cooking or gluten-free foods, but as someone who loves to cook, I found it boring, dry, and unappetizing.

  7. 5 out of 5

    J

    This cookbook is full of simple gluten-free recipes. SO many of my favorite dishes - from quiche lorraine to red velvet cake - is in here! I have already made two of the recipes and am very pleased with the results. My new go-to cookbook!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Angie

    It wasn't a bad book but only 7 recipes sounded good to me.. Mostly because I don't want to use gluten free flours but would rather use whole foods as most processed gluten free goods/ mixes are usually low in fiber and nutrients (as told to me by my nutritionist) and I just prefer whole foods... It wasn't a bad book but only 7 recipes sounded good to me.. Mostly because I don't want to use gluten free flours but would rather use whole foods as most processed gluten free goods/ mixes are usually low in fiber and nutrients (as told to me by my nutritionist) and I just prefer whole foods...

  9. 4 out of 5

    Morgan griggs

    i won this book in a good reads giveaway i was so happy to get this book and excited to start cooking. Gluten-free recipes who would for thought they would taste so good, cant wait to make more meals. yum!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Shana

    Same author as Cake Doctor, love this book, she is not writing a gluten free book because she has to go gluten free but because she wants to make gluten free food delicious. I can't wait to make many of these, I will be buying this book! Same author as Cake Doctor, love this book, she is not writing a gluten free book because she has to go gluten free but because she wants to make gluten free food delicious. I can't wait to make many of these, I will be buying this book!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Nan Cairo

    I was really disappointed in that a lot of the recipes call for products that you must buy like Bisquick gluten free baking mix which is expensive. I was looking for recipes using different flours.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Monique

    Many good recipes but too much of if this then that. No firm list of pantry staples. I was looking for more quick dinner meals. A bit disappointed.

  13. 4 out of 5

    PottWab Regional Library

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  14. 5 out of 5

    Tommy

    This has some good recipes but I was disappointed that most of the recipes called for purchased ingrediants.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    Yay! Fairly simple, realistic, and doable recipes for the cooking challenged such as myself.

  16. 5 out of 5

    William Mefford

  17. 5 out of 5

    Dorothy M Singleton

  18. 5 out of 5

    Angela Fields

  19. 4 out of 5

    Rachael Annette Vance

  20. 4 out of 5

    Chris

  21. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Anderson

  22. 4 out of 5

    Nohemi Rivera

  23. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

  24. 4 out of 5

    Dorothea Jaklitsch

  25. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Dial

  26. 5 out of 5

    Linda Trionfo

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jared

  28. 4 out of 5

    Annette

  29. 5 out of 5

    Alden

  30. 4 out of 5

    Delores

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