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Wondra® Flour

Gold Medal Wondra
Wondra is a high-quality, bleached, enriched all-purpose flour milled from a select blend of wheats. This quick-mixing all-purpose flour is the perfect solution for lump-free gravies and sauces, as well as for tender pancakes and popovers. It’s also ideal for breading fish and poultry.

13.5 oz, 2 lb
(5 Ratings)
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Tempting Turkey Tetrazzini
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pastaking said: Posted: 3/10/2013 1:24 PM
Just made ravioli with WONDA. I always wanted to make homemade pasta, and I had this in the cupboard. Although the literature on the cylinder hadn't recommended WONDA for pasta, it turned out spectacular. Excellent product. (Perhaps the fineness of the flour made the dough so good??). A comment from Betty Crocker would be nice.
 
dojopo said: Posted: 11/28/2012 8:03 PM
Unfortunately, Wondra only seems to want produce the 13oz size.They no longer supply the stores with 2lb box because the merchants won't carry the large box. The price is too high.I have used Wondra in my pies for the past forty odd years and won't use anything else. My complaint is, having to buy a bunch of 13oz shakers to get enough flour for all my pies. I would rather buy the 2lb boxes.
 
jmgrammy said: Posted: 11/17/2012 1:26 PM
i was so excited to see Wondra again; but I can't find it anywhere. HELP!!
 
BtrflyJan said: Posted: 10/21/2012 8:42 PM
I was so happy to find Wondra again! I had used it many years ago, but it disappeared in my area. It makes a great pie crust. Unfortunately, I no longer have the recipe, but I'm pretty sure it called for vegetable oil. Is there anyone out there who still has it?
 
bmtillman said: Posted: 10/8/2011 5:43 PM
My mother uses Wondra for all of her baking!! Cookies, piesand breads. Its pre sifted so it blends prefect everytime, unfortunately it is difficult to find. :(
 
pgscooks said: Posted: 7/28/2011 8:07 PM
I just started using Wonder Flour because of 2 recipes I found in a magazine. It will be a stable item in my pantry fron now on. It coats the meat so easy and mixes so well in the sauce. I can't wait to try more recipes with it and in my old ones.
 
pgscooks said: Posted: 7/28/2011 8:07 PM
I just started using Wonder Flour because of 2 recipes I found in a magazine. It will be a stable item in my pantry fron now on. It coats the meat so easy and mixes so well in the sauce. I can't wait to try more recipes with it and in my old ones.
 
boni1reed said: Posted: 6/30/2011 11:06 PM
I have been using wondra for years. I just love it. It's so easy to use. I even use it to prepare my chicken. I would love to receive coupons though, if possible
 
msmissy72 said: Posted: 5/20/2011 5:36 PM
I love Wondra! I learned about it 10 years ago while visiting the East Coast, since it has become a staple in my kitchen! Soups, Gravy, Sauces, whatever it may be Wondra makes it better!
 
smel said: Posted: 2/23/2011 4:13 PM
I would like to purchase wondra flour and need to know if you ship to puerto rico. I cant find this flour in any supermarket near me. I need a quick response. thank you
 
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