I would like to try the Triple Chocolate Buckwheat cookies but I don't have buckwheat flour readily available. If I can't find buckwheat flour can I blend up kasha in a food processor instead?
We assume that for kasha you are referring to toasted buckwheat groats (as opposed to the cooked dish of kasha). It may be possible to grind the groats to a flour using a food processor, but as we have not tried this ourselves we are unable to give advice. Buckwheat flour is usually available from natural food stores and is also available on-line. If you are able to use plain (all-purpose) flour then you may like to try Nigella's Totally Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookies instead, but please bear in mind that these cookies are not gluten-free.