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Malanga Flour



Malanga Flour is dried malanga ground into a beigey-white flour.

When used with water, it tastes very bland (such as in sauces or stews.) When used in frying, it tastes more potatoe-y. More of the malanga taste comes through in baked goods.

Cooking Tips

Can be used as a thickener. Can also be used as a coating for fried foods (some say very good on chicken), and for dredging.

Nutrition

Malanga flour is reputedly good for people with food allergies, as the starch molecules are very small and easily digested. Companies that make food for people with food allergies use it for everything from bagels to fettuccine.

Nutrition Facts
Per 1 oz (25 g)
Amount
Calories
100


See also:

Root Flours

Cassava Flour; Gari (Cassava); Malanga Flour; Okonomiyaki Flour; Water Chestnut Flour

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Citation

Oulton, Randal. "Malanga Flour." CooksInfo.com. Published 13 January 2004; revised 03 March 2007. Web. Accessed 12/14/2017. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/malanga-flour>.

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