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Gluten Free Chickpea & Rice Pastry

Can be Either Dairy or Parve/Vegetarian
Makes enough for 2 Purim Rolls or two tray bakes

This is a cross between a pastry and a bread but is very useful for making some pastry type cakes ie a streusel and even some savoury dishes - though you can of course omit the honey but I find it actually gives it an interesting flavour when used with cheese. It is very rich. I use it Haman’s Hats and my Purim Picnic Roll

125g (4 oz) softened butter or margarine
2 Tbsp sugar
2 Tbsp runny honey
2 large eggs
225g (8oz) rice flour and 100g (4 oz) gram flour
1 Tsp baking powder
½ Tsp bicarbonate of soda.
40-50ml warm water

The easiest way to make this dough is in food processor by slinging it all in and pulsing until it forms a ball.

If you don't have a processor then mix butter, sugar, honey and eggs then add flour and risers. You can do this by hand or in an electric mixer with a dough hook.

The resulting sticky dough needs refrigerating for at least half an hour before rolling out. For the best results roll between cling film (saran wrap) or greaseproof paper.