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BBQ Chicken Pizza and another recipe!

So I wrote a while back about making the BBQ Chicken Pizza and how good it was, but then realized later on that I neglected to actually post a picture of said goodness. Well readers…worry no more! Above is a picture of the BBQ Chicken Pizza that I made over the weekend. Or was it before the weekend? Whatever…it’s the most recent one that I made (thanks for clarifying that).  It was, as it has been the other couple times, really good. Again, I used Gluten Free Mama’s Pizza Crust.

After talking with one of the attorneys that I work with about the recipe, I’ve decided I’m going to post the recipe for the lemon bread and call it my own. Why? I’ve changed it enough that it really doesn’t resemble the product created with the original recipe. As such…

Scott’s Gluten-Free Lemon Bread!

Ingredients Needed:

2 Cup of Softened Butter (margarine, whatever…but, let’s face it…nothing beats butter! Well, except for bacon, maybe…)

2 Cup of Sugar

3 Cups White Rice Flour (I used white rice flour because it gives it a better texture and doesn’t have the flavor issues that brown rice flour has).

1 1/2 tsp Xantham Gum

4 tsp Baking Powder (or 1 Tbsp and 1 tsp…same thing)

8 Eggs (yeah…8…but it’s good)

1/2 Cup Lemon Juice (about 2 lemons if you do fresh)

Mix all the ingredients together in a mixer and then put in the refrigerator for 2 hours or so (this solidifies it just a little more and it worked out better this way for some reason).

Grease and flour 6 small loaf pans or 2 bigger ones and measure out equal parts into the pans

In a 350 degree oven, place the loaf pans (I sound like Yoda here…but you know what I mean! Good it is…mmmm)

Bake for 35-40 minutes (or until done)

 

For the glaze, take 1 cup Lemon Juice (or 4 lemons) and 1 cup sugar and mix together and “drizzle” (rain…sprinkle…whatever precipitation word you like best) over the top of the loaves when removed from the oven and then let cool.

What comes next? Well the most important phase of any cooking process, of course…the EATING PHASE! Om nom…happy eating!

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