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Graham Flour - does anyone use it and what for?

(6 Posts)
Nolda Thu 05-Dec-13 07:14:50

The flour you bought is Swedish. My mother is Swedish and I'll check with her but I was under the same impression as you that it is wholemeal flour.

bruffin Tue 26-Nov-13 00:46:44

Thank you
Yes it is the real graham flour. I did find the link bwfore but most of the recipes ask for graham cracker crumb rather than the flour. I think i will attempt some bread from it.

realhousewifeoffitzrovia Mon 25-Nov-13 12:02:45

I think the OP bought real graham flour as opposed to chickpea or gram flour. It's readily available in North America but I've never seen it in the UK - now I know where to find it! Graham crackers are kind of the North American equivalent of digestives. Check here for recipes:

WithRedWine Mon 25-Nov-13 09:58:15

It's chickpea flour. Usually for onion bhajis & things.

bruffin Fri 15-Nov-13 08:58:37

Sorry meant to say was it the flour do you think or just the recipe?

bruffin Fri 15-Nov-13 08:57:08

I bought this flour
I found this lovely sounding recipe which uses wholewheat flour which is what I thought graham flour was
However the cake didnt seem to want to cook at all and i gave up after about 1 1/2 hours. The flavour of the cake was really lovely but it wasnt a cake as such and we used to for a pudding in the end. There is none left as DS 18 seems to have pigged out on it.

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