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Can you make "instant flour" (Wondra) at home?


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Can you make "instant flour" (Wondra) at home?

blue room | May 10, 2011 11:42 AM

Could I "cook" flour in such a way that I'd end up with a product like Wondra? I've browned flour in a frying pan for gravy--would that work?
I'd say the characteristics of Wondra are: no lumps, no need to cook to remove the floury taste.

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