I’ve been meaning to share my recent almond meal exploits. This flour substitute is high in protein and yummy, and I vowed to give it a try after sampling a fab quiche that was cooked by a friend.
I initially balked at forking out over $10 for a fairly small bag of the stuff and then opted to press on with my plan. First I googled an almond base recipe which I followed loosely. This recipe included almond meal, salt. baking soda, grapeseed oil – though I used olive oil – and water.
On top I added a regular recipe for a spinach, bacon and parmesan quiche — yum!
Okay I admit the end result was a little mushy but the base itself was perfect and I’ll be giving it another try soon.
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