Chicken and Waffles
I love the fried chicken I grew up on, but this version takes the beauty of the comfort-food classic to another level, and adds a spicy sauce with a twist, for excitement. The technique here uses basically the same principle as twice-fried French fries: you fry the chicken pieces once at medium heat to just cook them through, and then fry them a second time at a higher heat to brown and crisp the skin. The key to achieving this chicken’s extra-crispy skin on the outside and juiciness on the inside is to pat the raw chicken pieces dry and refriger¬ate uncovered for several hours, or preferably overnight, to let the skin dry out. Moisture is the enemy of crispness. With the rice flour and tapioca starch, these waffles have a chewier texture than wheat flour waffles. If you don’t have a waffle iron, the same batter can be used for cooking up 4 large pancakes or 8 smaller ones in a lightly buttered skillet; top them with melted butter and cane syrup as directed for the waffles. From Treme, by Lolis Eric Elie
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Texas Flour Tortillas
This flour tortilla recipe is adapted from the James Beard Award-winning cookbook “The Border Cookbook” by Cheryl Alters Jamison and Bill Jamison. Unlike many flour tortilla recipes, which typically include lard, this one has only a couple teaspoons of vegetable oil. Made with only a mix of the oil, flour, baking powder and warmed milk, these tortillas are cooked on cast iron and they are best served warm. 
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gingerbread man
Kick your original gingerbread man cookie recipe to the curb and try this take on the holiday treat with 20 percent coffee flour. Recipe courtesy of Coffee Flour.
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Rice Flour Doughnuts with a Mung Bean Filling
This recipe is from the director of the Viet Way Center, Hanoi chef Nguyen Phuong Hai, who recently released his own cookbook in Vietnam. The banana and sweet potato provide the necessary starch, which rice flour lacks, so the dough is strong enough to deep-fry. — Tracey Lister and Andreas Pohl, authors of Made in Vietnam
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Yellow Birthday Cake
Pastry chef and co-owner of Flour Bakery and Café in Boston, Joanne Chang, learned the technique for mixing this fun and festive birthday cake from "The Cake Bible" by Rose Levy Beranbaum.  It's also a wonderful alternative to the Duncan-Hines cake mix. Adapted from "Flour" by Joanne Chang and Christie Matheson.
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Toasted Coconut Cream Pie
This recipe for pâte sucrée can be used to make either a homemade pie or tart shell. Try it with this recipe for Toasted Coconut Cream Pie with Lime Whipped Cream. Adapted from "Flour" by Joanne Chang and Christie Matheson.
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I use almond flour with many of my recipes but it is very costly. I want to experiment with a few inspirations for the holidays therefore decided to make my own almond flour. I had a huge bag that I purchased a while ago to make a nut crunch. I used my food processor but I bet you can do the same with a coffee grinder as well. My advice would be to pulse it because I fear if you over blend you will end up with almond butter. It came out perfect so now off to cooking land! Click here to see more recipes from Cindy's Table.
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Fluffy Coconut Flour Pancakes
The good news is you can follow a strict Paleo diet and still enjoy awesome-tasting pancakes on occasion without exposing yourself to gluten or nuts. The bad news is... well, there is no bad news. The first thing to notice, besides how good they taste, is how similar the texture is to that of traditional pancakes. Because these are high in fiber and protein and lower in sugar, you will stay feeling full much longer than with traditional pancakes. Keeping the pancakes on the small side will make them easier to flip. — Lea Hendry Valle, author of Sweet Paleo: Gluten-Free, Grain-Free Delights.
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chili
This spicy chili highlights the flavors of a steak enchilada, all the way down to using flour tortillas to make the tortilla chips served with the chili. 
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Deep Fried Pigs in a Blanket
This recipe comes from Executive Chef & former “Top Chef” competitor, Heather Terhune. Her weekend brunch menu at Chicago’s Sable Kitchen & Bar features “Pigs in a Blanket” with house-made sausage links rolled in pancakes on a stick and deep fried, served with house-made bourbon maple syrup for dipping
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chocolate coffee four
Coffee flour is not just any other superfood. It checks off all the boxes of the perfect alternative baking flour, and then some; it’s nutritious, gluten-free, and easy-to-use. But the best part is that coffee flour is more than just a great baking product to keep in your pantry. It was born from a mission of sustainability.Every year, billions of pounds of coffee fruit are discarded as a byproduct of coffee production. Instead of leaving the fruit to rot as waste, coffee flour was created to convert the leftover fruit into a tasty, nutritious flour that can be used for baking, cooking, and making beverages. High in fiber, protein, and antioxidants, coffee flour is also naturally gluten-free. Not only is our coffee flour a perfectly versatile ingredient, it also helps create jobs for farmers and protect the environment.Recipe comes courtesy of Nuts.com. Find the original recipe here. 
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These flour tortillas only take four ingredients! Wrap them with any vegetables, fish, or meat for a great meal.  Click here to see the 10 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Make with Bisquick  
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