This gluten-free sourdough baguette is a good recipe for baking beginners. Because of its long and slim shape, the dough cook evenly and it there are no risks of under cooking. The dough comes together quickly and then you only have to wait for it to rise.
The recipe includes only naturally gluten-free flours, easy to find. No gums or commercial blends are among the ingredients. Since there are no eggs or dairy products, this bread is also vegan and lactose-free.
The baguette shape is ideal to slice and use to make bruschettas, to go with soup or as an appetizer. Moreover, this type of bread is ideal to make sandwich and to use in bento box for school or work lunch.
Tips and replacement
Since there are very few ingredients in this recipe, they are all quite fundamental. The only replacement I can suggest is the buckwheat flour. I successfully tried replacing it with the same quantity of millet or teff flour, or with a mix of the two. By doing this, your baguette will also appear lighter in color.
You can also top the baguette with sesame seeds, poppyseeds or flax seed to add a personal touch.
How to easily make gluten-free sourdough baguette – step by step
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