A FEW OF OUR FAVORITE THINGS. 50 UNDER $50. SHOP NOW »
🔕 🔔
Loading…

My Basket ()

All questions

A question about a recipe: Bourbon-Spiked Corn Cakes

11ccc2af 9961 4934 b057 859aa549124f  img 1716

I have a question about the ingredient "golden corn flour (Masa Harina)" on the recipe "Bourbon-Spiked Corn Cakes" from MyFareFoodie. Is this a ground corn (orange in color) or a very fine corn flour that is white which would be used for thickening?

asked by aussiefoodie about 5 years ago
3 answers 1009 views
F872787f 83b2 41f5 bd88 81fc4f11eebb  crabs
added about 5 years ago

Hi Aussie Foodie, this is what I used - http://www.bobsredmill... - It is a corn flour (yellow in color) that is made from corn soaked in lime juice that is then dried and ground. Hope that helps!

7d6f1c7c 61b9 4b07 86e4 dbd4b1caeb8d  coopers
added about 5 years ago

Thanks! I'll see if I can find it at the store near me which carries the Bob's Red Mill range.

C0d1f1de 4134 43ba 9510 1d7a8caa31f3  scan0004
added about 5 years ago

The lime that is used to make masa is not lime-the-fruit, but a calcium compound (as in limestone). This is the traditional process for making the corn more digestable, mostly used for tortillas, arepas, etc. If you have access to Hispanic foods, that's where you're likely to find it.