When I was growing up, there was a wholesale bakery on Main Street in my hometown where you could buy fresh baked bread. If you passed by early in the morning, you would not be able to resist stopping in for a loaf of bread that was still warm from the oven. Joan’s gluten free Italian bread always reminds me of that bakery beginning with the fresh baked smell which fills our home while it is in the oven and ending with amazing fresh baked taste.
There are 3 small loaves of frozen dough in each package which you may simply bake and serve as dinner appetizers with butter.
On the other hand, slice one open and melt mozzarella and parmigian on top of meatballs and plenty of sauce for meatball parmigian.
Another way is to layer a mouthwatering Italian combo of capicola, genoa salami, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomato, oil and vinegar.
Easy directions to bake
Joan’s gluten free Italian bread at home:
1. Defrost overnight in the fridge, on the counter or in the microwave for 8 minutes on low.
2. Let dough rise slightly.
3. Bake in pre-heated 425℉ oven for 20-25 minutes.
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I will have to give this a try at some point. I have MS and there are some schools of thought that suggest a limited or gluten free diet helps.
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Looks manageable. I will try out this recipe soon
Thanks for visiting, Billy.
K.Lee Banks says
I want to thank you for your blog. My youngest daughter recently found out she has celiac disease and has had to make some major changes in her life, and fortunately, her husband supports her efforts. I also gave her your blog URL and she appreciates your recipes. Thanks again!
Thank you for your encouraging comment. I’m so glad that you’ve shared my site with your daughter and I hope that cutting out the gluten helps her to feel better.
Wendy Baudín, Self-Love Sherpa and Wisdom Guide says
I so enjoy reading your blog and thank you for visiting mine!
I have nominated you for The Versatile Blogger Award!
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Thank you, Wendy. That’s so sweet of you.
Marlene Morley says
our italian bread looks delicious. That is what I miss the most is the Italian bread. Are they sold at ShopRite, Central Ave. Clark, NJ 07066 my email Mar0519@aol.com Would like a reply