If you follow a gluten-free diet and cook your own food, then you know that gluten-free baking is quite tricky. Gluten serves as a sort of binder in regular baked goods, so without gluten to hold your dough together, you’ll have to be creative about your gluten-free baking. But here’s one gluten-free pie crust recipe you will surely be happy to use. The recipe works well and you won’t compromise your diet at all.
The beauty of this gluten-free pie crust is it has great texture. It’s soft enough to slide onto a pie plate, but not so delicate that it won’t easily crumble when pulled or pressed. It also tastes good enough to use on any kind of pie, whether it is the sweet or savory type.
2 C. King Arthur Flour (KAF) brand Gluten Free All Purpose Flour Mix*
½ tsp. salt
8 Tbs. unsalted butter, well chilled
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