I stopped again at a g-f fast food delight in Heber City, Utah, just south of home and within minutes of Park City. It is Dairy Keen--the winner of the Best Gluten Free Burgers in The State of Utah and I would add, perhaps anywhere! I met Jan--our fellow celiac-- for the first time and had a nice conversation. She recommended her recipe for angel's food cake and I remembered baking the following great recipe years ago. I anticipate that my butt and gut will take some detoxing this month, but by the 31st, I'll be baking again and this recipe will be first on the agenda.
Meanwhile, for some serious eye candy I'm feasting on the sight and memories of the best GF burgers, fries, shakes on the planet. Thanks to Jan and Dairy Keen in Heber City, Utah
Still delicious, although last posted 4-21-10
Recipe Blast from the PastRecipe Check!!! The daughter is coming home from college tonight! We're so excited. The boys are cleaning and I am baking. Enchiladas, black beans, spanish rice, a loaf of millet bread, two batches of muffins, (one without and one with the pumpkin remembered) and crackers.
But the piece d resistance? Her favorite cake, angel food. I love Bette Hagman's recipe. YUM!
Look at the size of this!!!!! This cake would be overflowing the pan if I hadn't taken some of the batter out before hand. My gut told me that a full cake pan-prior to baking was a disaster waiting to happen.
Other than making way too big of a cake for my pan, this cake is turning out well.
The smaller cake, (3 x 4 pan) baked in 25 minutes and was delicious. Yes, I already tore it apart and ate it piece by piece while I cleaned the kitchen!
12 egg whites
1 1/2 tsp cream of tarter
1/2 tsp salt
2/3 cup sugar
1 cup powdered sugar
1/2 cup potato starch
1/2 cup corn starch
Room temperature egg whites, never, ever, any yokes, even a dab. Grease free mixing bowl and whisk attachment. Beat first three ingredients until blended. On high, blend in the sugar a little at a time until stiff peaks form. Gently fold in flour mix 1/4 at a time just until flour disappears.
Spoon batter into 10" tube pan and cut through to release bubbles. Bake at preheated 375 degree oven 45-50 minutes. Until brown and dry on top. Invert on a bottle to cool upside down.
Delicious! No one can tell the difference between G-filled and the real thing--GF!!