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- What's Inside?
- Corn flour is a type of flour that's milled from dried whole corn kernels.
- It contains the hull, germ, and endosperm of the corn and is considered a whole grain flour.
- Corn flour is usually yellow, but it can also be white or blue depending on the variety of corn it uses.
- The fiber in corn helps you stay full for longer between meals.
- Corn flour is rich in disease-preventing antioxidants.
- Energizes the Body.
- Corn flour is a versatile ingredient that can enhance the texture and flavor of many foods.
- You can also combine corn flour with other flours like cornmeal, all-purpose flour, and whole wheat flour.
- Corn flour is a yellow powder made from finely ground, dried corn, while cornstarch is a fine, white powder made from the starchy part of a corn kernel.
- Mix one teaspoon corn flour with a tablespoon of room temperature water and add to your stew.
- Then bring to the boil and cook until desired thickness is reached.
- Corn flour is a great gluten-free thickener. It has a slightly more gelatinous texture, so only add a teaspoon at time or your sauce may become a bit goopy.
- It is commonly used as a thickener for soups, stews, sauces and other dishes.