What should I do with almond meal? Sweet and savory ideas, please!!

  • Posted by: KLL5
  • December 11, 2011


Bevi December 13, 2011
You can sub out any portion of the flour in my pear and nutella tart: http://www.food52.com/recipes/14355_pear_and_nutella_tart_with_maple_almond_brittle
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lorigoldsby December 12, 2011
You can sub out half to all of the flour with almond meal in my Tangerine Almond Shortbread Tart... You may need to adjust the amount of tangerine juice http://www.food52.com/recipes/10115_tangerine_and_almond_shortbread_tart
susan G. December 12, 2011
One of the most 'fun' recipes, instant gratification -- http://www.food52.com/recipes/12265_uber_fast_flax_seed_muffins
Add to streusel type toppings, pancake and muffin batters. I keep it in the freezer so I can play...
Louisa December 11, 2011
Linzer cookies!
Greenstuff December 11, 2011
I use it instead of flour when I'm breading fish fillets. I sub a little of the flour for tart shells. And I've used it in cakes for my gluten-free friends. This one from cookinginvictoria is delicious, and I've made it with fruits other than rhubarb: http://www.food52.com/recipes/12553_glutenfree_rhubarb_lemon_and_almond_cake
These blondies from nishi are also great:
calendargirl December 11, 2011
I have substituted a tablespoon or two for all-purpose flour in pie crusts and muffins, and added it to meatloaf as well.
healthierkitchen December 11, 2011
this is delicious: http://www.food52.com/recipes/4362_almond_cake_with_orangeflower_water_syrup and is lovely with the kind of almond meal made from blanched almonds.

this one is also delicious, and is better with the heartier whole meal made with almonds in skins: http://www.food52.com/recipes/3823_salted_chocolate_chip_macaroons
Robin O. December 11, 2011
For the holidays, Nigella's frangipane mince pies!
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