Maize Meal is a coarse white form of cornmeal, and can be used to make cornbread. There are various techniques for making cornbread, but the most common methods involve mixing the maize meal with water, plus a binding agent such as egg, flour or potato flour/tapioca flour, and sometimes a little baking powder. You can either bake the cornbread in an oven, or fry in a hot pan.
Semi coarse white maize meal.
- Used in flat breads, pancakes and tortillas.
- Similar to corn meal.
Ultra fine, starchy cornflour.
- Used to thicken sauces, liquidy foods.
- Can be used to make batter and coatings.
- Pure white cornstarch.
Cornstarch / Maize Starch / Cornflour.
- Thicken sauces and mixtures.
Super-fine Organic Yellow Corn Flour
This corn flour can be used to make flat breads, gluten free breads and mixed with other flours to make pastry.
Fine, pale yellow cornmeal (maize flour).
- Finer flour for polenta and cornbreads recipes.
- Very fine. Sometimes called maize flour (not the same as cornflour).
Organic Medium-Ground Corn Meal
Makes tasty polenta and corn based breads and cakes.
A fine flour made from Purple Corn
Originating from Peru, it is supposed to have a high antioxidant content - it is high in Anthocyaninins.