Every time I go grocery shopping, I’m always on the lookout for new gluten-free products. The other day I came across the Domata products. The packaging definitely caught my eye, especially the bright yellow one and enticed me enough to buy it with it’s multiple uses and all natural ingredients.
Domata products are made in a dedicated gluten-free and nut free manufacturing facility based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota. No worries about cross contamination! They currently have three products: Gluten Free Seasoned Flour, Gluten Free Pizza Crust Mix and a Gluten Free Recipe Ready Flour (an all purpose flour made with guar gum instead of xanthan gum).
Domata did a great job on the “Seasoned Flour” for cooking and frying. The Seasoned Flour is made with rice flour, corn starch, tapioca dextrin, and spices. I made Chicken Fingers using the recipe from the back of the box and baked them instead of frying. I was pleasantly surprised on how tasty these chicken tenders were. They were delicious and well seasoned. They had a wonderful peppery flavor and didn’t taste like flour or bland. It would be excellent to spice up any vegetable or fish dish.
I followed the recipe from the back of the box which calls for one cup of Domata Seasoned Flour. Each box has roughly two and half cups for about $6.99 (what I paid this week at my local grocery store). I used over a pound and half of chicken tenders and found that I did have a lot of the flour left over once all my tenders were dredged, about 1/2 cup. I probably made the mistake of re-dredging, since I didn’t want that flour to go to waste. All the flour didn’t absorbed when they baked, but still tasted delicious. I think next time, I’ll use half the amount of flour and add more to the bowl if I need to. Since it’s already seasoned, there’s really no need to waste it and I might be able to get three or four recipes per box.
I do plan on trying Domata’s other products and recommend giving the Seasoned Flour a try. The Chicken Finger recipe was a quick and easy dinner to prepare. To learn more about Domata’s products, visit their website at DomataGlutenFree.com. There you will also find a store locator and a blog filled with recipes.