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3/1/09 11:28 A

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Yummy! Going to try the recipes. Thank you!

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Yummy! Going to try the recipes. Thank you!

Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one's courage. ~Anais Nin


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2/23/08 9:11 A

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Thanks!

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2/23/08 2:29 A

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Interesting take on my name. My log in is CherylnColorado because I am Cheryl in Colorado. My normal login is Pricer15 on other boards, can't remember why I couldn't use that one here.

The potstickers recipe is in the recipe forum, just like this one is. Just click on the Recipe link and look for a topic called Potstickers.

I used Bette Hagman's Featherlite mix which is:
Rice Flour 1 part
Tapioca Flour 1 part
Cornstarch 1 part
Potato Flour (NOT potato starch- it should be yellowish) 1 tsp per cup

To make 9 cups use:
3 cups rice flour
3 cups tapioca flour
3 cups cornstarch
3 tablespoons potato flour (9 tsp for the 9 cups of flour)

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2/22/08 12:57 P

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Thanks, Cheryllyn,

That recipe looks like fun (though time-consuming.) Next time we have company, I'll try it!

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2/22/08 8:42 A

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I knit, crochet, paint wood, clay pots, ceramics, plastic canvas, stamped cross stitch and I even run a yahoo scrapbooking group where we do crops and classes.

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2/22/08 8:35 A

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comfort what type crafts do you do?

 
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2/22/08 8:32 A

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I would love to have the pot stickers recipe. I love asian food.



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2/22/08 8:12 A

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Thanks for the reciepe. My hubby is the Celiac in our family and he doesn't like fortune cookies I offered to try it for him but it was a no go and I am on whole grain wheat so we meet in the middle which means we just don't have somethings! Looks great and very do able! Thanks

 
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Thanks! That sounds like it will be fun to try. (Do you have any idea what is in the flour mixture that you use? I am going to try rice flour.)

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2/22/08 3:01 A

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I saw the recipe for Potstickers and thought of when I made these fortune cookies for a celiac support group outing to a local Asian restaurant. The hardest part was making up the fortunes to put inside!

Fortune Cookies

Source: Celiac List Serv/original recipe available on www.missroben.com

Ingredients: My changes in parentheses. This recipe makes 40-50.

Fortune printed on 3 x 3/4" thin papers
3/4 cup unbeaten egg whites -approx 5-6 eggs
1 2/3 cup sugar
1/4 tsp. salt
1 cup melted margarine (butter)
1 cup gluten free flour mixture (1 1/2 cups Bette Hagaman's featherlite mix)
3/4 cup finely chopped blanched almonds
1/2 tsp. vanilla or 1 Tbsp lemon juice
1/4 tsp xanthan gum

Instructions:
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
2. Combine and mix egg whites, sugar and salt until sugar is dissolved.
3. Stir in separately and beat until well blended the margarine, flour,xanthan gum, almonds and flavoring.
4. Drop the dough in tablespoons, well apart, onto an ungreased baking sheet. Use parchment paper
5. Bake about 10 minutes or until the edges are golden brown.
6. Mold cookie (curl) over a wooden spoon handle.
7. Insert fortune paper in each cookie letting part of the paper project.
8. Pinch the ends of the roll closed while the cookie is still warm.


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