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I live on the Eastern shore of Maryland and exotic ingredients are very hard to come by!

asked by AnnieHynes over 6 years ago

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Chrissylrat
added over 6 years ago

It's just a brand of all purpose flour. Any all purpose will do.

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ChefJune
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added over 6 years ago

Wondra is an exceptionally fine flour. You can make any all-purpose flour into a Wondra-style flour by buzzing it for a few seconds in your food processor with the metal (chopping) blade.

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Mr_Vittles
added over 6 years ago

Wondra Flour is actually not All Purpose Flour, because it is made of malted barely flour and wheat flour. It is a low-protein, instant, flour, meaning it has been partially cooked as to dissolve very fast when added to hot liquid. As for acquiring Wondra Flour, Amazon is your friend. http://www.amazon.com/s...

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la domestique
added over 6 years ago

Mr_Vittles is right in the description of Wondra flour. I've even found Wondra flour at my local Wal-mart, so you might be surprised at how widely available it is (marketed as a gravy thickener, only $2 for 13 oz).

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