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    Almond Flour

    Aunt Willie
    Wed May 29, 2002 8:36 am
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    Hi all! I am a newbie here; this being my first post. I (and my family)have been enjoying many of the wonderful recipes here!

    I do have a question: I was given a pound of almond flour, but am not sure how to use it. Any suggestions?

    Your help is appreciated!

    TIA
    Aunt Willie
    Mirj
    Wed May 29, 2002 8:39 am
    Forum Host
    Is that just superfine ground almonds? If so, you should really try uluru?'s Rustic Orange Cake .

    I would also dredge chicken breasts in the stuff and shallow fry them, it sounds scruptious!
    Steve_G
    Wed May 29, 2002 8:40 am
    Food.com Groupie
    Almond flour, yum. It's normally just ground-up almonds -- typically used in flourless chocolate cakes or to make Marzipan.

    For a simple, really delicous, cake try Almond Butter Cake
    Aunt Willie
    Wed May 29, 2002 9:59 am
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    Mmmmm -- read through both cake recipes and they both sound yummy! Now my dilemma is which one to try first?

    The chicken idea also sounds good. Maybe make a fruit sauce for it as well...

    Thank you both for the suggestions!

    Aunt Willie
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