I've been baking up a storm with TigerNut flour, and I was licking some batter I had used for a cake when I realized that unlike many flours, TigerNut flour is perfectly delicious and edible on its own — without any baking involved. The flour has this incredible deep rich slightly-sweet caramelly malty nutty flavor — like roasted chestnuts (YUM!) which works perfectly in desserts and baked goods.
Is your mouth watering yet? Head over to Predominantly Paleo's blog now for the recipe, here.
Posted on October 09, 2015 by Barefoot Provisions
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