How-To: Naan Bread (Vegetarian) ~ a Gluten Free, Soy Free, Nut Free, Dairy Free Recipe

Posted on ~ Gluten Free Gigi shows you step-by-step how to make her simple gluten free Naan Bread. Get the text for Gluten Free Gigi’s gluten free bread recipe here

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  1. alqadeeb

    Loved it and will? surely try it 🙂

  2. GlutenFreeGigi

    Thank you, dear!? 🙂

  3. mecedes4000

    Certainly I will,? Thanks.

  4. GlutenFreeGigi

    Thanks? so much! Glad you enjoy them!! 🙂 xoxo, Gigi 😉 If you’d like to subscribe to my free e-letter, please visit my website and see the right side bar… you’ll never miss another recipe, video, or “A Side of Science” again!

  5. mecedes4000

    I? like your videos Gigi!

  6. GlutenFreeGigi

    Again,? please note: Dairy Free. 🙂 And plant milk would work,but does change the texture of the finished naan. The water yields a more authentic finished product. And instead of egg, a healthy DAIRY FREE option is flax or chia “egg”. You can find those on my website under the recipes tab. I’m sure you’ll love trying it with both. My favorite is the chia “egg” – wonderful nuttiness along with a boost of healthy omegas. 🙂 Again, thank you so much for taking time to comment… xoxo

  7. GlutenFreeGigi

    I do not use butter, as I am dairy free, as well, but it is delightful if rubbed with a split garlic clove while still hot after frying. 🙂 Also, You can add different seasonings, flavors, herbs, etc. I cannot include every option in each recipe. I like to provide these guideline recipes so that others are able to? get the basics, then make it their very own. 🙂 Glad you enjoyed the recipe! xoxo, Gigi 😉

  8. GlutenFreeGigi

    That’s all I use. I’ve actually written a post about Red Star and the affiliate brands that are “safe” for the GF diet. You can? find it under “A Side of Science” on my webstie. xoxo, Gigi 😉

  9. RandomPsychic

    Also, try using warm milk? instead of water with the yeast….and add 1 tbsp of yogurt instead of the egg…

  10. RandomPsychic

    This would be better if you rub it with garlic butter? just after frying….

  11. GlutenFreeGigi

    … there are several others, as well. Those are the main 3; however. And some folks still cannot eat? GF oats.

  12. GlutenFreeGigi

    Thanks! 🙂 Sorry, grannaboo03 for being? long in reply. However, it isn’t ONLY those grains you listed.

  13. kelliejelly2000

    This is? great! Make sure to use Red Star yeast as it is gf . 🙂

  14. grannaboo03

    Thank you Magiebard. I had it all? wrong. I thought it was the yeast that made flour gluttonous. Thank you for clearing that up for me. =D

  15. Jenna Lutz

    I’m not gigi, but since she? hasn’t answered I’ll go ahead – yeast is gluten free. Yeast makes bread rise – it has nothing to do with gluten (thankfully!). Only wheat, rye, barley – and in some cases oats (because of cross contamination, but there are certified GF oats available on the market ) and the items made from those grains (such as malt) contain gluten. Hope this helps.

  16. grannaboo03

    Gigi, I’m confused. Doesn’t the yeast make flours Glutenous? What am I missing here? Are you saying that we can use yeast, and still have gluten free bread?? I am loving your recipes…BTW?

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