Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Sandwich bread, soft inside, crusty outside, just how I like my bread!

This is the base for the White Sandwich Yeast Bread, use this as an ingredient in the bread.
From the 1,000 Gluten-Free Recipes by Carol Fenster~I highly recommend this book! It has some wonderful recipes in it and you can make the recipes dairy free and egg free if needed.

So start out by taking out the cold items and letting them get to room temp. while you make the flour blend.

Carol’s Sorghum Blend
1 ½ cups sorghum flour
1 ½ cups potato starch
1 cup tapioca flour

Whisk the ingredients together until well blended (I used a sifter). Store tightly covered in a dark dry place. You may refrigerate or freeze the blend, but bring to room temperature before using. Makes 4 cups, you can double or triple the recipe.
I use this for any type of “Bisquick mix”

White Sandwich Yeast Bread

Everything must be at room temperature before starting.
To make the bread you need to sift the following dry items into a bowl
1 packet active dry yeast (2 1/4 tsp)
2 T sugar
2 cups potato startch (not potato flour)
1 cup Carol's Sorghum Blend (recipe above)
2 tsp xanthan gum
2 tsp guar gum
1 tsp salt

Spray your bread machine paddle with cooknig spray so it stays in place after removing bread. Pour the above flour mixture into bread pan.

Then in another bowl add the liquid items
1 cup warm water (110F)
3 large egg whites (1/2 cup egg substitute) at room temperature
Whisk the liquids together and pour into bread pan.
1/4 c unsalted butter or buttery spread such as Earth Balance (dairy free) or canola oil. I use Fleishmens unsalted, it's dairy free and cheap!)
Add butter pats to the corner of the pan.
the recipe also calls for 2 tsp of cider vinegar and 1 tsp of sesame seeds, I did not have either on hand, yet it turned out fine.

Use the Gluten Free bread cycle on your machine or use normal if you don't have a gluten free setting.
Let this cool before cutting, then bag up tighlty, slice with an electric knive and store in the freezer. I made hamburger buns with this bread. I sliced it, brushed olive oil on, sprinkled with garlic salt and a bit of Italian Herbs, then grilled it oil side down, then put my hamburger on it. YUM!! I think it would be good pan fried. This is the bread I use to make my grilled cheese.