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Sharv

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I am looking to make a Slovak haluski for a dinner party soon, and as a few of my guests are gluten-free, I'm wondering if anyone could advise a good substitute for the flour it usually calls for. Although I have subbed in various gluten-free flours before for other baked/fried dishes, I haven't tried for a recipe like this where you boil it and then bake it.

Any thoughts? I have almond flour, arrowroot flour, rice flour, or I can pick up something else if there's a better option.
 

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Krusteze brand Gluten-free flour has worked well in every recipe I've used it in. You might make a test batch of your recipe to see if it works. It u is measured out one for one.

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