Craving a Stromboli? This easy gluten-free Stromboli recipe is one of my favorites. It tastes like you are cheating on your gluten-free diet.

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Gluten Free Stromboli
Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Servings
Loafs
Ingredients
Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Servings
Loafs
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Grab a large mixing bowl and add rice flour, tapioca flour, olive oil, white vinegar, sugar, xantham gum, two eggs, unflavored Knox gelatin together and mix well.
  2. In a second smaller bowl and 3/4 cup of Lukewarm water. Then pour the packet of instant yeast into the water. After the yeast has absorbed some of the water. Pour the yeast mixture into the large mixing bowl and mix well. If the flour starts to stick to my hands is I just reach back into the the gluten-free flour and coat my hands well. I do this as many times as I need. It makes it easier to work with the dough.
  3. Next lay down a few sheets of wax paper and then generously dust the wax paper with some of the gluten free flour. The wax paper will be a very big helpful during cleanup and when you try to move the dough. Place the dough onto the wax paper and roll it out until you have created a thin circular shape.
  4. Meanwhile slice up pepperoni and mozzarella and preheat the oven to 350°F
  5. Cut the circular dough in half with a knife and then start to add a generous helping of pepperoni and mozzarella cheese.
  6. What need to do now is prepare for the outside coating of our rolls. It's time to create the egg wash. This is what gives the outside a nice golden coating. Grab a bowl. I add a little olive oil and use the last yoke of the egg and mix together well. After that I mince up my garlic and set it aside.
  7. Next fold over the dough and cover up the mozzarella and pepperoni. After the two rolls are folded over and shaped I place them on a backing sheet. Make sure your cookie sheet are nice and coated with spray butter or olive oil. We just want to prevent sticking. Next you want to get out a brush and coat the rolls with the egg wash mixture. Then sprinkle some of the minced garlic on top of the rolls along with a hand full of gluten-free oats.
  8. Toss the loaves into the oven for 25 mins. I would watch them closely the first time as all ovens are a little different. When they start to turn golden brown is when they can be removed. I would wait another 5-7 minutes to allow them to cool after removing from the oven.

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