Products and ingredients: Cornflour
CornflourCornflour is a starchy flour made from maize.
It is mostly used as a thickening agent: when mixed with a liquid and heated, it thickens rapidly without altering the flavour.
If you intend to buy:Cornflour is available as a white powder, sold in packets or tubs of varying size.
If you want to use it:To add cornflour to a liquid, it is best to mix the powder in a little water or other liquid first before adding this mixture to the larger quantity of liquid to be thickened.
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