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Corn Flour (100%)
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Suitable for vegetarians & vegans, no preservatives.
Keep in a cool and dry place out of direct sunlight.
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Corn flour, a versatile ingredient, is a staple in many culinary creations. Its unique characteristic of having no inherent taste or flavour allows it to blend seamlessly into your recipes, maintaining the original essence of your dishes without any alterations.
Whether you're shopping for home use or in need of larger quantities, our corn flour is available in various sizes, from modest household packages to substantial bulk orders. We offer competitive pricing and accommodate both retail and wholesale customers. Our corn flour is ready for either delivery or collection based on your preference.
We cater to a range of requirements with packaging options starting from 1kg bags and extending up to 50kg. With an extensive delivery network covering all of Ireland, Nuts in Bulk Ireland stands as your reliable source for purchasing corn flour in bulk.
Recipes and common usage
Tortillas: Corn flour is the main ingredient in traditional Mexican tortillas. It's mixed with water and a pinch of salt, then rolled flat and cooked on a hot griddle.
Tamales: Another traditional Mexican dish, tamales use corn flour for the dough that's filled with meats, cheeses, or fruits, then wrapped in a corn husk and steamed.
Cornbread: In American southern cooking, corn flour is used to make cornbread, a type of quick bread that is moist, slightly sweet, and has a unique crumbly texture.
Arepa: This is a type of bread from South American cuisine that is made from pre-cooked corn flour. It can be grilled, baked, fried, or boiled, and is typically filled with cheese, meat, or other fillings.
Polenta: In Italian cooking, corn flour is cooked with broth or water to make polenta, a creamy side dish often served with meats or vegetables.
Coating for Frying: Corn flour is often used as a coating for fried foods like chicken, fish, or vegetables. It gives the food a light, crispy texture.
Puddings and Desserts: Corn flour can be used in various sweet dishes like puddings, cakes, cookies, and pastries, providing a unique texture and flavor.
Remember that recipes might require either regular corn flour, which is made from whole corn kernels, or cornstarch, which is a white powder made from the starchy part of the corn kernel. They have different properties and are used differently, so it's important to use the correct type for your recipe.
Great for breads and pancakes
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