How do I bake gluten free brownies without it resulting in a very grainy texture? It doesn't ever happen with regular mixes. Thanks!
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The trick is to let the cocoa, eggs, and oil do most of the work for you, instead of packing brownies with flour. Also, the finer ground gluten-free flours you use, the better. My favorite flour for brownies is sorghum, because it adds flavor and keeps a very "normal" texture. It's better at texture than most brown rice flour, which is usually a slightly coarser grind than sorghum.
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