HOME > Chowhound > Home Cooking >

Malt Powder

j
jvwool Feb 27, 2011 11:03 AM

I'd like to buy malt powder to make bagels, but I've heard it's really expensive. Are there any other ways to use malt powder so that I can get my moneys worth? Any specific recipes that call for malt powder would be greatly appreciated!

  1. Click to Upload a photo (10 MB limit)
Delete
  1. todao RE: jvwool Feb 27, 2011 11:53 AM

    http://www.ifood.tv/network/malted_mi...

    1. f
      ferret RE: jvwool Feb 27, 2011 12:06 PM

      $6 for a pound. "Really expensive?"

      http://www.kingarthurflour.com/shop/i...

      1. m
        morwen RE: jvwool Feb 27, 2011 02:08 PM

        Are you referring to diastatic malt powder?

        I've made my own following the directions here: http://www.ehow.com/how_4620081_sprou...

        1. Hank Hanover RE: jvwool Feb 27, 2011 07:45 PM

          I experimented with a chocolate truffle. I was trying to duplicate malt balls.

          I added the malt to the scalded cream. I needed quite a bit of it to get the taste but do not let the cream boil after the malt goes in.

          The stuff I was using was a kind of flour and once the cream boiled it thickened which wasn't what I was after. I used white chocolate. You could use milk chocolate.

          1. q
            Querencia RE: jvwool Feb 27, 2011 08:23 PM

            I make malted milks (milk, ice cream,chocolate syrup, and malt powder in blender or food processor or drink maker). Some people put it in waffles. Carnation runs about $3.50 a jar. If you have an Indian market near you they sell Horlick's---different flavor, probably costs less too. Not all that expensive. People have been telling you stories.

            3 Replies
            1. re: Querencia
              j
              jvwool RE: Querencia Feb 28, 2011 03:29 AM

              Haha so it seems! I'll check out the market near me to see what I can find. Thanks!

              1. re: Querencia
                monku RE: Querencia Feb 28, 2011 04:25 AM

                Malt powder and malted-milk powder seem to be two different animals.
                http://www.kingarthurflour.com/shop/i...

                http://www.kingarthurflour.com/shop/i...

                1. re: monku
                  Zeldog RE: monku Feb 28, 2011 07:09 PM

                  They are. Malt powder is made from malted barley and nothing else. If there is a home brew supplies store in your town, they will have what you need for making bagels.

              Show Hidden Posts