This is from Gluten-Free Quick and Easy by Carol Fenster, PH.D.
First you need to make a mix, she calls, Carol's yeast Bread mix:
8 cups potato starch
4 cups Carol's Flour Blend (below)
8T cane sugar
8t xanthan gum
6t table salt
4t gar gum
Combine all the ingredients in a large storage container or plastic storage bag. This needs to be mixed very good. You can 1/2 it.
Carols' Flour blend:
1 1/2 cups sorghum flour
1 1/2 cups potato starch or cornstarch
1c tapioca flour
Mix together very good.
Now the bread recipe!
1 1/3 cups milk
3 large egg whites (1/2 c) at room temp.
1/4 c unsalted butter, melted, or canola oil
2t cider vinegar
3 cups Carol's yeast bread mix
1 envelope active dry yeast.
Grease the pan of a 1 1/2 pound bread machine with shortening or butter. In a large bowl, whisk together the milk, egg whites, butter and vinegar until thoroughly mixed. Pour the mixture into the pan. Whisk the bread mix and yeast in a large bowl until mixed. Add to the mixture in the pan. Set the bread machine controls and back according to the manufacture's directions. It is a lot of work, but a good basic gluten free bread. (09/18/2009)
I went to the library and checked out Beth Hensperger's book "The Bread Lover's Bread Machine Cookbook". It has a 10 page section (8 pages of recipes) on gluten free bread. I liked the book so much (there are 300 recipes in it) that I went on the Alibris website and ordered it for about $11 including shipping. You could just use the copier in the library and copy the pages at 10 cents each if your library is set up like mine. (01/14/2010)