flour made from corn.
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How to use corn flour in a sentence
One is to make flour, which is a high-animal-protein flour that replaces wheat or corn flour.
It might seem low, but corn flour caramelizes at a lower temperature than wheat.This twist on the classic Linzer cookie adds gentle sweetness and texture with corn flour | Roxana Jullapat | December 2, 2020 | Washington Post
Add the corn flour and all-purpose flour and mix on low until well combined.This twist on the classic Linzer cookie adds gentle sweetness and texture with corn flour | Roxana Jullapat | December 2, 2020 | Washington Post
The night I gave my little lecture there—among my receipts were corn—flour—pork—cheese—chickens—on foot and in the shell.The Complete Works of Artemus Ward | Charles Farrar Browne (AKA Artemus Ward)
"Ah, it was a different world altogether," said Thorne, gliding dexterously away from the corn-flour and candles too.
Laughing about Blake's patent corn-flour to old Thorne: forgot the composite candles—did, upon my word!
Mix dry ingredients to corn flour, then eggs, milk and last butter.The Community Cook Book | Anonymous
Take only sufficient corn-flour to make the soup less thin or watery, but do not make it thick.Cassell's Vegetarian Cookery | A. G. Payne
British Dictionary definitions for cornflour
a fine starchy maize flour, used esp for thickening sauces: US and Canadian name: cornstarch
NZ a fine wheat flour
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