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Not sure if it is spelled correctly, but am wondering if anyone knows if they can be found out of rice flour?  Or another complian one for O's.  I also am looking for a spelt cracker recipe.  They are so expensive to buy, and I think would be fairly easy to make.  If anyone has anything or a website to share, I would be grateful.  I just made the most delicious roasted veggies with a seasoning mix that I made after finding it in another recipe.  You roast a bit of fennel seeds, coriander seeds, and peppercorns for about ten minutes.  Cool and grind with sea salt and sprinkle over the veggies with olive oil.  Bake the whole thing for a half hour or more in a hot 420 oven.  Delish!


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find their website.......surely they have a listing of their products available.

also type in cracker in recibase, surely you ll come up with recipes.
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oat crackers:
Oatflour / or processed rolled oats , hot boiling water, a bit of butter,
salt- maybe baking powder - mix and roll thin and bake until crisp.


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whose website would I be looking for?  I did a search for the noodles, and found lots of recipes, but no place to buy them.  About the cracker recipes, I did look thru but found none.  I will do a search like you suggested.  Thanks a bunch!


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posted a basic recipe for you....tweak and substitute according to your taste buds!

maflada website.......but first get the name right! lol


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Thanks.  Only one recipe for crackers came up, using amaranth flour.  I will try it with spelt.  Thanks.


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Oh, and yes, I did have it spelled correctly when I did a search for mafalda noodles today.  Maybe I will do a search for asian foods, and find it there.  I am hoping they are made with rice flour.


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mafalda or maflada?
cause mafalda is a cartoon character in Latin America!! lol


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from what I'm seeing when I google mafalda noodles, they are just a mini-lasagne noodle.  if you do find them in rice, please do post.



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so they are mafalda then?
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got a link?
http://www.google.com.mx/searc.....nG=Buscar+con+Google
about the cartoon I mentioned.....


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so they are mafalda then? lol got a link?
http://www.google.com.mx/searc.....nG=Buscar+con+Google
about the cartoon I mentioned.....


I'm guessing they are called mafalda, as if I searched them under maflada, it refers me to mafalda. It's not a brand name, just it seems what mini lasagna noodles are called. This is the google page: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=mafalda+noodles&btnG=Google+Search



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Either way you care to spell it it just refers to the shape of the noodle. THe spelling will change in the context of the sentence in Italian.

Chances are the easiest way of finding it from alternative grain would be to make it yourself if you have a Pasta rolling machine. I have seen Spinach Lasagna noodles before, and besides the ruffled edge, is virtually the same as Mafalde noodles.


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Thanks, and I just recently gave my pasta machine away. Urg.... I need to find a source for rice pasta.  


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. I need to find a source for rice pasta.  


Have you tried the Tinkyada brand? IMHO, it's the best brand for rice 'noodles'.  



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No, I have not.  Would they have it at the hf store?  I will look next time.  Thank you!!


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yes, I know Whole Foods has a good selection of tinkyada rice pastas....
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