Cassava flour is a starchy food made from cassava roots. It is popular because of its simple preparation, delicate taste, and easy digestion and absorption. What is tapioca flour generally used for?
Cassava flour can be used to make various pastries, pasta and other foods, such as cassava flour cakes, jelly, vermicelli, fish balls, meat balls, etc. Compared with other starchy foods, cassava flour has a finer texture and is gluten-free, making it suitable for people who need gluten-free foods.
Because the starch of cassava flour is relatively pure, it is also widely used in baking. It can be used to make biscuits, bread, cakes and other pastries, which are delicious, soft and have no gluten residue.
In addition to its wide range of uses in cooking and baking, tapioca flour can also be used for flavoring. Adding an appropriate amount of tapioca flour to dishes can make the taste smoother and the food soup richer.
Cassava flour is not only edible, but can also be used to care for the skin. Mix cassava flour with water to make a paste and apply it on the skin to remove the cuticle in the skin and make the skin more delicate and smooth.
To sum up, in addition to its wide application in the food field, cassava flour also has many other applications. However, you need to be careful when using cassava flour because cassava contains cyanide and requires proper handling when making and eating it.
Warm reminder: Although cassava flour is widely used, you need to be careful during the production process because cassava roots contain a certain amount of cyanide and need to be handled thoroughly during processing to ensure safety. At the same time, tapioca flour has a cooling nature and is not suitable for people with weak spleen and stomach. It is recommended to consume it according to your own body constitution and recommended consumption amount.