I'm moving countries in a couple of months, and trying to use up my (extensive) pantry provisions. At the moment I'm trying to come up with some great recipes to use up Rye Flour. Thanks
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Shuna is a pastry chef in New York City and author of the acclaimed blog Eggbeater.
Depending on the kind of rye flour you have, you could use 25 - 50% substitution of AP flour in cookies, scones, muffins, cakes, shortbread, quick-breads, etc. Rye flour comes in, usually, three different "grinds." The coarser flours tend to be for yeasted breads, and the finer ones for pastries. I am a big fan of using rye flour in a lot of my pastries - it adds a depth that wheat flour can not muster. Have fun experimenting!
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And if you're craving a sandwich, start with a good bread: