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A question about a recipe: The Walnut Variation: A Cake

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I have a question about the recipe "The Walnut Variation: A Cake" from Aliwaks. What is espresso powder? Is this the finely ground-up espresso coffee beans (not a coffee drinker)?

asked by LVB 3 months ago
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My_catering_(2)
added 3 months ago

It's instant espresso, you can usually find it in the coffee aisle...also lasts FOREVER in the freezer, you can also pick up a couple if those Via or Viva instant coffees at Starbucks 2 little envelopes will probably do you fine.

Stringio
added 3 months ago

Espresso powder is like instant coffee.
Specially selected coffee beans are roasted and ground, then brewed, and then dried.