I have a question about the recipe "Aunt Paula's Carrot Ring" from Annie Plotkin. Wondered on the Carrot Ring whether for Passover the substitute is matzoh meal or matzoh flour?
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Nancy is a trusted home cook.
I've not heard of or seen matzoh flour, but it sounds like it would work.
To replace the flour in a cake like this one, my preference would be matzoh cake meal & 2nd choice matzoh meal (which is more coarsely ground).
Waiting to see what Annie Plotkin says.
Lisanne is a trusted home cook.
Hi Janet. The author states in the headnotes that you can use matzoh meal during Passover. As Nancy suggests, matzoh cake meal would probably make a lighter product. If you couldn't find cake meal, you could use regular and just grind it finer in a mini food processor if you have one! (I have a separate Passover one and get a lot of use out of it, even if it's used only one week of the year...)
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