Things to do with pecan meal1. If you make pie crust, substitute some for some of the flour in a pie crust recipe, with a bit of sugar added. Complements apples pies and blueberry pies particularly. Makes the crust harder to work with (very crumbly), but the results are worth it.
2. Substitute some for flour in whole wheat bread.
3. Similarly, substitute some for flour in muffin recipes. Works particularly nicely with dark muffins like bran muffins.
4. There are some European torte recipes that use nut flours (which pecal meal is) instead of regular flour, but I haven't tried any of them yet. Siduri just recently posted a flourless cake recipe in this section, using ground walnuts. Pecal meal would substitute, and make a pecan-flavored cake.