How to make Almond meal

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How to make Almond meal

Introduction:

Almond meal is the flour of the ground sweet almonds. The difference between the almond flour and the almond meal is that almond flour is prepared only with the blanched or skinless almonds but the almond meal is prepared either of the skinned or blanched almonds. Almond meal is usually a low carbohydrate and healthy diet that is mostly used in the confectionery or the low carbohydrate diet- bakery products such as pastry and cake. Almond meal usually adds the moistness and nutty taste to the bakery goods. Nutritionally about ¼ cup of the almond meal gives about 160 kcal with 6 g of carbohydrates. So, The recipe for this almond meal is very easy. So, in this article, the discussion will be about the recipe for the Almond meal along with its nutritional value.

RECIPE

Timing:

The time required for this recipe for the almond meal is 10 minutes.

Servings:

This recipe would yield about 10 servings. The servings can increase or decrease by managing the ingredients in that way.

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups of the skinned almonds

Directions for the procedure:

The directions for the recipe of the almond meal are as follows;

  1. Clean the food processor or blender and add the almonds to them.
  2. Then, close the lid of the processor or the blender and pulse the almonds in the food processor for about 1 second at a time and do it for about 20 times.
  3. Then, remove the lid. With the help of spatula clean, the sides and under the blades so that there are no unprocessed nuts leave in the food processor.
  4. Repeat the above procedures for many times that you actually require to attain the desirable size of the almond grains or powder.
  5. So, you can do this process for about 4 to 5 times for better results.
  6. Your low carbohydrates almond meal is ready that you can use in the baked goods.

Nutritional value:

The nutritional value of this recipe is such that per serving it provides you about 164 kcal of energy along with the 6 g of carbohydrates, 6 g of proteins and 14 g of fats. It also gives you about 75 mg of calcium and 1.1 mg of iron.

Conclusion:

So, in the light of the above discussion Almond meal is a very delicious and healthy diet that is mainly used in the low carbohydrate bakery goods. Almond meal can easily prepare at your home in a very economical way.


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