Specialty flours made from quinoa and teff are gluten-free and nutrient-dense alternatives to traditional wheat flour. Both quinoa and teff flours have unique properties that make them a versatile and healthy option for baking and cooking.
Frequently Asked Questions
How to use Quinoa Flour?
Quinoa flour is an excellent choice if you're looking to add a unique twist to your standard rotis, baked goods, and pan -fried favourites like breads, pancakes and waffles. You can substitute quinoa flour for half of the all purpose flour in many recipes, or completely replace wheat flour in cake and cookie recipes, it impact its unique nutty and earthy flavour to your favourite baked goods and pairs well with fruits & nuts, spices like cinnamon, cardamom, cumin, and coriander, as well as herbs like rosemary.
Are Quinoa Flour and Teff Flour Gluten Free?
Yes Nourish You’s Quinoa flour and Teff flour are gluten free.
How does Teff taste?
The Teff grains have a mild, nutty and earthy taste depending on their variety and are consumed as both grains that can be directly added to porridges & dishes or ground as flour that is used for baking.
How to use Teff Flour?
The general rule of thumb when using teff flour is to substitute 1/4th of the flour mentioned in a recipe with teff flour. Teff flour adds an earthy, nutty & mildly sweet taste that goes well with most cuisines and recipes. Teff flour can be used, as directed above, in recipes for breads, cakes, cookies, pancakes, & much more. It can also be added to batters for dishes like dosas, idlis & rotis.