Monday, October 31, 2011

WonderMill Grain Mill

I was really blessed to be able to try out the WonderMill Electric Grain Mill. This is an absolutely amazing piece of machinery. I love that the WonderMill Electric Grain Mill allows you to create so many varieties of flour at home. Hubby and I tried out the mill and were very pleased with the results. We made rice flour first. I can't explain to y'all how user friendly and simple the WonderMill Electric Grain Mill is to use. Plug it in, turn it on, pour your grain, rice or whatever you are milling in the grinding side, wait til it is finished milling, (You can tell it's done from the change in sound) turn off the machine and presto you have the freshly ground flour of your choosing. How easy is that. The container that the flour falls into while grinding can also be used as a canister for flour storage. Even comes with an airtight lid.

 I looked online for recipes for rice flour and found many of them to be for batters such as tempura. This is great , but you know I like getting creative. We decided on  Rice Flour Pancakes. I tried a recipe that I found on the web and did not like the results. The flour we made came out like baby powder. We had milled the rice on the pastry flour setting and it came out beautifully smooth I could not see why the pancakes were so dense in texture.

 Hubby decided we just needed a new recipe. So we played around a bit and since making more rice flour was so simple we experimented til we came out with a recipe I am proud to share with y'all.
I present to you...


Vanilla Rice Flour Pancakes
Ingredients
1 egg beaten
1 TBS canola Oil
1 tsp vanilla
1/2 cup vanilla almond milk


Blend first four ingredients together

1 cup rice flour made in your WonderMill
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp baking powder

Whisk together next 3 ingredients
Blend wet and dry ingredients together. Make sure to get rid of any lumps. Batter is a bit thicker that normal pancake batter.
Heat griddle over medium high heat. Add bit of butter. let it melt. Drop batter by spoonful onto melted butter. Cook until edges are done. Flip and coo other side. Serve warm with your favorite syrup.

 Hubby and I will be experimenting with the WonderMill Grain Mill and will be posting more recipes soon. I am heading to our local health food store this week to find more grains to mill. The WonderMill Grain Mill is a fun way to get healthy and enjoy time together as a family creating and enjoying your culinary creations.

A little info from the WonderMill website:

Capacity, Power, and Versatility

The WonderMill Electric Grain Mill has the capacity to perform big jobs. You can grind over 100 pounds of flour in an hour. You don't have to worry about overloading The WonderMill because of its LARGE 1250 WATT LG ELECTRONICS MOTOR. It is indeed the most powerful micronizing grain mill available. The WonderMill will not only grind wheat, corn, rice, and other small grains like Quinoa and Amaranth, but it will also grind legumes and beans. Go to willitgrind.com to see the large list of what The WonderMill can grind.

Ease of Use

The WonderMill Electric Grain Mill is extremely easy to use. Simply fill the hopper and out comes flour. There are no small parts or gaskets to misplace, and the self cleaning WonderMill is quick, easy, and virtually dust-free. There is no need for additional attachments to bag your flour simply put a plastic bag in the canister and grind – easy, clean and at no additional cost to you!

 This Baby is super sturdy too. Check out this video from the service department that shows how great the motor really is. They do not recommend trying this at home, it is merely to show the quality of the product.




Looking for great Recipes? check out their recipe section.


Want to keep up with all things WonderMill Grain Mill? You can like em on Facebook. Make sure you check out their grinding demonstrations website. They even have a page with videos.

Ready to buy one of these great grain mills? Head on over to WonderMill Grain Milland get ya one. You can even find a authorized dealer near you.

I was not a paid for my opinion; however I may have been given a free product for review. Thanks to all of my sponsors and their parent companies for their support

2 comments:

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Christine's Pantry said...

Great post.