Chestnut flour

Name Variations Edit

  • farina di castagne
  • sweet chestnut flour
  • roasted chestnut flour

About Chestnut flour Edit

Wikipedia Article About Chestnut flour on Wikipedia

Chestnut flour is popular in Corsica, the Périgord and Lunigiana. In Corsica, it is used to cook the local variety of polenta. In Italy, it is mainly used for desserts.

Chestnut flour is made from dried, ground chestnuts and sold in ethnic markets.

Chestnut flour Recipes Edit

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