Mesquite Bean Flour 32oz

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  • Our USDA Organic, Kosher mesquite flour is made from the beans of trees from Argentina and Peru, and is a versatile ingredient that will add flavor and aroma to surprisingly different types of gluten free and non-gluten free products. The mild cinnamon/coconut/chocolate type aroma and flavor can be achieved by using about 2 rounded tablespoons per cup of dry ingredients. This requires a slight increase in liquid to the mixture (often milk). Mesquite is an excellent source of dietary fiber. In her new book, Super Natural Cooking, Heidi Swanson described mesquite flour as "absolutely delicious, with a scent that is both warm and comforting but with much less edge than a cinnamon or even canela. When heated it permeates the kitchen with a mellow sweet fragrance that is unlike anything else". --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  • Binding:
    Misc.
    Brand:
    Casa de Fruta
    EAN:
    0782092033554
    Feature:
    Gluten-Free
    Weight:
    2.25 pounds
    Label:
    Casa de Fruta
    List Price:
    $19.99
    Manufacturer:
    Casa de Fruta
    Model:
    782092033554
    Package Quantity:
    100000
    Product Group:
    Grocery
    Product Type Name:
    GOURMET_FOOD
    Publisher:
    Casa de Fruta
    Studio:
    Casa de Fruta
    Title:
    Mesquite Bean Flour 32oz
    UPC:
    782092033554
    Size:
    36 oz resealable bag
    Country:
    peru, argentine
    Ingredients:
    Mesquite Flour
    Ingredients Set Element:
    Mesquite Flour
    Flavor Name:
    cinnimon, chocolate, mocha

Recent User Reviews

  1. richoso1
    4/5,
    "Mesquite Flour as a thickening agent"
    Purchase Date:
    Oct 3, 2010
    It has a nice sweet, nutty flavor that can be used to thicken sauces, or use it as a baking flour along with your regular flour. I have used it to thicken a chile sauce that was a little too hot for some folks, and it mellowed it out a bit. It can also be used as a spice along with other cooking ingredients. I'll be trying some Mesquite cookies next week.

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