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Black Walnut extract/flavoring need recommendation

post #1 of 5
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Up to now for my black walnut scones I've used the black walnut extract from Fantes.  Perhaps I'm using too little to bring out its flavor.  Can someone recommend a brand more strongly flavored.

 

For my 2C scone recipe:

 

1/4C coarsely chopped walnuts

2C White Lily AP flour

leavener + egg for enrichment + salt

1C heavy cream

 

1 1/2 tsp black walnut extract

 

Once mixed I allow a 20 minute rest before spooning out onto the baking pan and baking at 400-425F for 12-15 minutes.

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post #2 of 5
At Loranne oils you can get a black walnut candy oil, that's about as strong as you'll get, its much stronger the the an extract.
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At Loranne oils you can get a black walnut candy oil, that's about as strong as you'll get, its much stronger the the an extract.


Whe doing a search at LorAnn Oils for black walnut candy oil, all that is displayed is
'black walnut flavor for candy and baking'.  Is this what you meant?

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post #4 of 5

700

 

1 Dram : 1.40

1 Ounce : 5.50

4 Ounce : 14.00

 

Super strength flavors: The site reads

 

LorAnn Oils - Concentrated Flavors (candy oils) for Candy, Chocolate and Baking

 

A Little Goes a Long Way with LorAnn's Super Strength Flavors! Our super strength flavors, also known as candy oils or candy flavors, are not oil-based and contain no vegetable oil. The term "candy oil" refers to a type of flavor that is concentrated and undiluted. These flavors are 3 to 4 times stronger than grocery store extracts. When substituting for extracts, use 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon for 1 teaspoon of extract. 1 dram = 1 teaspoon (approx.)
 
For applications where just a hint of flavor is needed, we suggest adding flavor by the drop using an Eyedropper until desired intensity is achieved.
 
LorAnn's super strength flavors:
No Artificial Sweeteners
Sugar Free (except Canadian Maple & Maple)
Gluten Free
Contain No Vegetable Oils
Certified Kosher by Star-K (Except Canadian Maple and Horchata)
 
Use these unsweetened super strength flavors for all your flavoring needs: Hard candy, chocolate, truffles, candy centers, fondant, frosting, ganache, fudge, cakes, cupcakes, cookies, brownies, sweet breads....

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I just ordered some from Amazon.  Thanks for the recommendation.

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