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Great! Used this in Famous Barr's French Onion Soup and it worked well. Like you, I don't use Wondra often enough to keep on hand, so was thrilled to find this sub posted here. Thanks for sharing!

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LonghornMama January 14, 2012

I don't use Wondra Flour often either. I would use mainly to thicken gravy and sauces to avoid lumps.
Thanks

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ohgal December 07, 2010

I have no idea what Wondra® flour is supposed to be like -- we cannot buy it in Australia. But I followed this recipe exactly and it produced a lovely, light result that I used very successfully in Popcorn Shrimp Salad. Thanks so much for posting and for expanding my horizons.

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Leggy Peggy December 06, 2010

I love this recipe. I don't know how close this is to the actual wondra flour, but this is perfect for what I need. I usually just make the whole thing and put a third of it on the plate and save the rest for another time. I mainly use it for fish tacos. I mix in some old bay or crab boil seasoning, pat the flour on the fish, shake off the excess and pop it in the pan. No messy egg wash and a light, thin crust. Thank you for the recipe.

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lasanfo December 08, 2015

Well, I saw this message on another board, and the difference in proportions is quite surprising: "all purpose flour (Substitute 7/8 cup all-purpose flour for each cup of cake flour and add 2 tablespoons of cornstarch for every 7/8 cup all-purpose flour used. " As I'm British, I truly have never before heard of 'Wondra flour', and have never seen it for sale, anywhere other than 'Amazon' - and that was only in response to this posting.... so I'm wondering what to do here....

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evanescentsoul September 17, 2015
Wondra® Instant Flour Substitute