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Atole Blue Cornmeal



Atole Blue Cornmeal is finely-ground corn meal made from blue corn.

The corn is dried, roasted, then ground.

The meal can be used to make the thick Mexican drinks called "Atole" with.

It can be also used to make a breakfast porridge, puddings, desserts, and some flat breads in combination with other flours.

Cornmeal

Atole Blue Cornmeal; Bolo de Milho; Corn Dogs; Cornmeal; Dent Corn; Hasty Pudding; Hushpuppies; Johnnycake; Mamaliga; Masa Harina; Polenta Taragna; Polenta; Pupusas; Samp Mortar; Self-Rising Cornmeal

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Oulton, Randal. "Atole Blue Cornmeal." CooksInfo.com. Published 07 August 2004; revised 01 September 2007. Web. Accessed 04/29/2016. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/atole-blue-cornmeal>.

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