When ever using Acorns in a recipe you need to know that Acorns contain a natural sweetener. So what ever recipe you use understand that if you decide to use sugar reduce the amount of sugar you put in by about 25 percent. Also remember to read the post Acorns: A Great Resource for important information about which acorns are best to eat.
Acorn Grits Acorn grits is a great easy meal to make. It is perfect for breakfast but can be made anytime of the day. It is very simple and complements many different foods.
In order to make Acorn Grits you simply need to grind up the acorns and add boiling water. Stir the Acorn Grits until the water is absorbed and enjoy.
Acorn Pan Cakes Add Acorn Mill about 2 cups, a pinch of salt, and 1 cup of water and mix into a thick batter. Pour the batter into a pan about 4 inches across and slowly brown the cake on both sides.
Acorn Tortilla Mix 2 cups acorn mill with 3/4 cup of flour, and a pinch of salt. Mix with enough water to make a thick dough. Once you have a good dough, let stand about 30 minuets. Press into a thin cake and fry in a pan with light oil.
Acorn Bread For this one you will need 1 egg, 1 cup acorn meal, 1 cup flour, 1 cup mil, 3 tsp of baking powder, and 3 tsp oil. Mix all ingredients and mead into a thick dough. Once you have a good dough mixture, place your dough in an oven at approximately 400 degrees for 30 mins or until done. Let cool and enjoy.
All of these food sources are great to have if you like to make your own food. Creating a grits meal from acorn is perfect for survivalist. Of course with all of these recipes you can change them up with fruits and vegetables.
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