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Uses For Soy Flour

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The only flour I have been able to find locally is Soy Flour. Whole foods is one hour away and I'm waiting on Enterolab results before I make the trip.

So what are the uses for soy flour?

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The only flour I have been able to find locally is Soy Flour. Whole foods is one hour away and I'm waiting on Enterolab results before I make the trip.

So what are the uses for soy flour?

Soy flour is very strong-tasting, but I've found a couple of good uses for it and you can't taste the "soy" flavor.

I've used it as a "breading" for chicken. After dipping the chicken in egg, coat it in a mixture of salt, pepper, soy flour, and any other flavors, like fresh herbs, dried garlic, etc. You can pan-fry it like regular breaded chicken, but watch it carefully--soy flour browns very easily and can burn (since it's already cooked, I believe.)

I've also used it in a brownie recipe...

1 1/4 cups soy flour

4 ounces unsweetened baking chocolate

1/2 cup unsalted butter

2 cups sugar or sweetener of your choice

1/2 cup heavy cream

5 large eggs

1 tablespoon vanilla extract

2 teaspoons baking powder

1/2 cup chopped walnuts (optional)

Preheat oven to 325 degrees F.

Grease pan or spray with cooking spray. Set aside.

Place the unsweetened chocolate and butter in a steel bowl and melt over a saucepan of simmering water. Whisk in 1 cup sweetener and 1/4 cup heavy cream. Once thoroughly blended, turn off heat and keep warm until needed.

With an electric mixer on high (or use a wire whisk like I did), beat the eggs, 1 cup of sweetener, and vanilla extract until blended. Reduce to low speed and then blend in the chocolate mixture.

With a wooden spoon, mix in the baking powder, 1 1/4 cups soy flour, walnuts, and 1/4 heavy cream. Spread evenly into the prepared pan and bake on the center rack for 35-40 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean. (Do NOT over-bake or brownies will be dry and hard) Cool completely before frosting. Cut into 5 rows by 5 rows to make 25 pieces.

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