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Lotus Root Flour



Lotus Root Flour is a granular, off-white or slightly greyish starch made from the roots (technically, rhizomes) of lotus water lilies ("Nelumbo nucifera".)

It is expensive.

An instant lotus root starch is also made.

Hangzhou area in Jiangsu province in Eastern China particularly known for its production.

Substitutes

Water chestnut starch, Cornstarch

Nutrition

Gluten-free. Chinese folk medicine ascribes many virtues to it.


See also:

Thickeners

Alginic Acid; Arrowroot; Bisto Instant Gravy Granules; Bisto; Carrageen; Cassava Flour; Clearjel; Filé; Genugel; Guar Gum; Lecithin; Locust Bean Gum; Lotus Root Flour; Malanga Flour; Marshmallow Powder; Panade à la frangipane; Panade; Pectin; Thickeners; Water Chestnut Flour; Wild Mango; Xanthan Gum

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Also called:

Lotus Flour; Lotus Root Powder

Citation

Oulton, Randal. "Lotus Root Flour." CooksInfo.com. Published 27 June 2004; revised 23 August 2007. Web. Accessed 12/14/2017. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/lotus-root-flour>.

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