Maple teff cake

February 25, 2013 § 5 Comments

maple teff cake slice

Intending only to purchase almonds and almond flour, I somehow managed to come home from the grocery store with a bag filled to the brim with specialty flours, including the teff flour in this maple teff cake. Probably most known for its role in the Ethiopian flatbread injera, teff deserves a spot in your pantry for its beautiful smoky brown color, satiny texture, and the nutty, complex flavor it brings to many baked goods, not just injera.

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