Healthy Bread in Five Minutes a Day this time. The book includes a handful of gluten-free recipes, including this gluten-free crusty boule. I won't list the recipe because I followed their recipe exactly (for once!), so check out the gluten-free boule post on Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day for the recipe and wonderful step-by-step pictures. I made half of the recipe the day before, then on the night of the dinner, I divided my dough into two pieces (1 lb each) and baked them on a lightly oiled cookie sheet.
I took a chance, and it worked pretty well. Even though we also had bread from Zingerman's, most of my bread was gone. It had a very hard crust (it would pass Chef Novelli's test, if you happened to watch Chef Academy), but was somewhat chewy inside, like most gluten-free bread that I've tried. Although I wouldn't put it into the same category as the whole wheat bread that I used to make, the flavor was very good. I also made cornbread just in case it was a complete failure (and not realizing that someone else would bring bread), but I think I liked the boule better. I can't wait to try the olive oil dough from this book, and I'll let you know how it compares.
What's your favorite gluten-free bread recipe??