What Is Yellow Semolina?
Semolina is a coarse, ground and well-purified wheat middlings of durum wheat. The term semolina is also used to separate the coarse middlings from other versions of wheat, along with other grains, like corn and rice. The deep yellow colour is due to the high concentrations of carotenoids (the same compound that makes carrots orange!)
Why Should I Get Yellow Semolina?
Many people's first encounter of semolina may come from the semolina pudding frequently given out during school dinners. However, semolina can be used in so many delicious, different and enjoyable ways!
Semolina is a coarse pale-yellow flour ground from hard durum wheat & used to make traditional pasta. It can also be used to make pizza, bread, & biscuit doughs or gnocchi. The term also refers to a British milk pudding, in which semolina is cooked slowly in milk.
Semolina is also used as a base for couscous, which is made by mixing roughly two parts semolina with one part durum flour (finely ground semolina). It is also very popular in Italy, where it is often used as a replacement for flour when making pasta.
Although Semolina is most commonly used to make pasta or couscous, it also makes a flavourful, chewy bread.
Suitable for Vegan & Vegetarians Diets
What's In My Yellow Semolina?
Ingredients: Durum Wheat.
Product Packed On Premises that handle Nuts, Seed, Soya, Sesame & Gluten
Store in a cool dry place, away from direct sunlight, heat and damp
Country of Origin: PROCESSED IN U.K.
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