With a small electric grinder, make your powdery flour from less oily nuts (pecan, hazelnut and almond) or purchase readymade almond flour to ease your cookery quest. Nut flours fare well in cake making as source thickener and as binders for meatball and crab cakes. They also taste great and are impressively easy to make.
Homemade Nut Butter
You can’t, for what it’s worth, or for what it’s not, compare the unique taste of homemade nut butter with that of the one in a pack on the counter. The staggering difference you care to know? Freshness! Homemade nut butter, be it from almonds, hazelnuts or pecans are popular for their freshness and the ease with which they spread on your meal. To do it yourself, have some fresh unflavored nuts in the oven and have them roasted. For ultimate creaminess, adding a bit of coconut butter is just perfect. As for sweetening, sorghum syrup or honey should be your choice. A food processor you should note makes homemade butter better than does a blender. But you can still blend and have some fresh nutty butter to your culinary delight.
Grind it, break it, bake or have it stacked in a mix of appetizing meal ingredients, nuts keep up to their culinary worth by enriching your diets with great taste and healthy nutrients for your body. You should try these combinations above, and open your unknown dimension into the nutty world.