Products and ingredients: chestnut flour
Chestnut flourMade from dried chestnuts, this is a light brown flour without gluten. Not suitable for making bread (unless mixed with a proportion of wheat flour), but it's excellent for cakes, biscuits, pancakes,...
If you intend to buy:You can sometimes find it in supermarkets, but more usually in organic stores.
If you want to use it:Chestnut flour must be sieved before use to prevent lumps in your recipe.
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