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Rosemary Cracker Recipe – Elana Amsterdam
These gluten-free, almond flour-based crackers by Elana Amsterdam are delicious paired with olive tapenade or any soft spreadable cheese for a cocktail party. For a simpler snack, just top them cheddar or jack cheese and enjoy.
Double Almond Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe – Elana Amsterdam
Elana Amsterdam's gluten free version of the ultimate classic cookie is made from almond flour and speckled with sliced almonds. Easy to make and even easier to eat, enjoy for dessert, or use as a post workout snack to boost your energy.
Water and Irrigation Management -- Mike Burden Interview
Mike Burden, Lent-Burden Farming, Inc., spoke at the Almond Board of California's Environmental Stewardship Tour about his unique approach to managing irrigation water. For more information on sustainability, visit http://www.Almonds.com/Growers/Sustainability
Honeydew and Almond Milk Soup Recipe – Ellie Krieger
This refreshing, subtly sweet soup is simple to make, but will surely impress. Try serving it in smaller servings in martini glasses at a party for some serious ooohs and ahhs. You can use store bought unsweetened almond milk, or if you have a little extra time, you can make your own—it doesn't take long at all. You can also substitute cantaloupe for the honeydew if you like, or try using mint or cilantro instead of basil for a twist.
Quinoa Pilaf with Almonds and Apricots Recipe – Ellie Krieger
This flavorful pilaf is a delicious accompaniment to grilled or roasted meat and poultry. The recipe works well with any kind of whole grain, from brown rice to bulgur. The toasted almonds enhance the grain's nuttiness and lend a satisfying crunch. Raisins or chopped figs work well as a substitute for the apricots.
Almond Crusted Chevre and Grape Truffles Recipe – Trish Magwood
These deceptively simple make-ahead hors d'oeuvres from Trish Magwood are a decadent* choice for your next party. Think traditional cheese platter with fruits and almonds -- all in one bite!
Making Almond Bars with Various Forms of Almonds
Almonds are gluten-free in all forms, and with the ever-growing popularity of gluten-free products, they can be a developer's best friend and strongest tool. Sliced and diced almonds in wet batters can also help heighten texture and achieve anything from a snappy bite to a softer chew. Pre-roasting almonds prevents hydration during baking, allowing the product to maintain its crisp form. By contrast, a light chew can be achieved by adding raw sliced or chopped almonds to a mix.
Almond Flours and Batters
Batters are an important component of countless processes in product development. Almonds have the consistency and balanced flavor profile to play a key role in the formulation of batters for anything from crisp coatings to cookies, waffles and breads—especially when seeking new textures or gluten-free solutions or substitutions.
Making Almond Crème
With a consistency similar to Greek yogurt and a balanced, neutral flavor profile, almond crème is an innovative new application that is suitable as a flavor-neutral base in many formulations. Created using just almonds and water, the crème can be sweetened, flavored with spices or syrups, cultured to serve as a yogurt, or folded into batters or dough for baked goods.