ORGANIC SORGO flour
If you haven't used sorghum flour in cooking yet, now is the time to start! This ancient cereal will surprise you with its taste, because it gives the dishes a sweet note without overpowering the aroma of the other ingredients in the recipe. In other continents it has always been used frequently, the time has come to include it again among the commonly used ingredients here too. Use it alone to prepare highly hydrated doughs such as crepes, pancakes, waffles and shortbreads for both sweet and savory recipes. If, on the other hand, you want to make whipped, moist and fluffy compounds, you have to use it mixed.
The good of sorghum flour
If you want to start preparing some good homemade gluten free bread, choose the Marchesato organic sorghum flour. Its neutral flavor makes it perfect for a variety of uses: it should never be missing in the pantry if you love to prepare excellent gluten-free, tasty and healthy dishes. Use it to make rustic but not shelled doughs as would be the case with coarsely ground whole wheat flour. Undoubtedly it is an ingredient to try if you do not know it yet. The fine grind of sorghum flour is perfect for doughs for cakes, donuts, cookies and pancakes.
The nutritional properties of sorghum flour
Sorghum flour is by no means a new ingredient, quite the opposite! It is relatively unknown because historically the use of sorghum has been supplanted by that of corn. Today it is a product that is again attracting interest due to its nutritional and organoleptic characteristics. Sorghum flour is naturally gluten-free. It is a product rich in fiber, highly digestible.
Tips at the table
Use sorghum flour to make sponge cake base for your desserts - gluten-free dishes have never tasted so good! It is an ingredient with a neutral flavor, so you can indulge yourself in combinations and in the choice of ingredients for the garnish. You can also use sorghum flour to make tasty pancakes, amazing pancakes or perfect wraps. If the dough is very hydrated, you can use it alone, otherwise use sorghum flour to make up the main part, to which you will then have to add a starch and an always different aromatic flour to make the dough. You can also use sorghum flour for gravies and sauces without altering the taste of the recipe. Sorghum flour is also used to give body and consistency to meat fillings or to give softness to vegetable fillings.
Ingredienti: sorghum flour*. It may contain soybeans. Packaged in a protective atmosphere. Store in a cool and dry place.
* Organic ingredients.
- 1540 kJ/364 kcal
- 4.3 g
- of which saturated fatty acids
- 0.9 g
- 68 g
- of which sugars
- 1.4 g
- 6.8 g
- 10 g
- 0.01 g