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pistachio oil -- any cake recipes or dessert recipes?

Has anyone substituted pistachio oil for olive oil in a recipe for an olive oil cake ( will this choice be too strongly flavored?); does anyone have a recipe for a cake or other sweet which employs pistachio oil. I am not asking about pistachios generally, just about uses for the oil outside of dressing salads and vegetables or garnishing meats and fish

asked by porchapples over 6 years ago

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Nozlee Samadzadeh
added over 6 years ago

You might check out Christina Tosi's Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook (which is also a contender in this year's Piglet Tournament of Cookbooks)! She has recipes for pistachio cake that I believe call for the oil. Another route to check out would be middle eastern pastries and cakes...

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DessertByCandy
added over 6 years ago

I remember reading in Dan Lepard's Short & Sweet that you can replace butter with nut oil when making caramel candies for an unusual twist. 100g of pistachio oil is a bit extravgant for a recipe but it seems like it would be quite fantastic for pistachio lovers! (I would suggest replace butter with pistachio oil, pecan halves with pistachio nuts). Here is a link to his caramel recipe: http://www.guardian.co...

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JaneEYB
added over 6 years ago

There are 57 recipoes indexed on EYB with pistachio oil http://bit.ly/we5bbb If you just want to see the sweet recipes, click Desserts in Filter by courses on the right. Momofuku Milk Bar has a Pistachio cake and a Pistachio layer cake with the oil.

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porchapples
added over 6 years ago

fascinating resources thx!!

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