Flours & Flakes
The range of flours available are mostly from the cereal grain but we also stock root vegetable flours and flours obtained from finely grinding pulses. Like all whole grains, their flours are staples and used in all types of cuisine the world over. Used since prehistoric times, flours today are highly valued for their convenience, versatility and nutritional value.
Cereal flakes are a staple in our diet all over the world used in both sweet and savoury dishes perfect for any time of the day. Flakes are obtained by flattening the whole grain between two rollers making them easier to digest and to enjoy raw, to become one of the world's most popular convenience foods.
Millet flour is perfect for both sweet and savoury baking. It lends a delicate cake-like crumb to baked goods. Since it does not have gluten replace up to 25% of the flour in your recipe with millet flour for added nutrition.
Tempura Batter Mix
Mix 1 cup tempura batter mix to 1½cups ice cold water to make a batter. Use to coat chopped vegetables and sea food and then deep fry in oil until light and crispy.
Enriched Wheat (gluten)Flour (wheat(gluten)flour, niacin, iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), Cornstarch, Baking Powder (sodium acid pyrophosphate, sodium bicarbonate, potassium tartrate), Dried egg white contains “Bakers Yeast, Citric Acid”
Contains gluten. Packed in a factory that handles gluten, peanuts, soya beans, nuts, celery, mustard and sesame seeds
Also known as potato starch. This flour is dairy free, gluten free, wheat free and soya free. Commonly used as an everyday flour or as a thickener in sauces and stews. It also adds lightness to baking.
Buckwheat flour can replace wheat flour in all your baking. It can also be used as a thickener, in pancakes, blinis and for making pasta.
Polenta can be cooked to a thick and creamy consistency to replace potatoes, rice or pasta or use in place of breadcrumbs to coat chicken or fish when frying. It can also be added to cakes, biscuits and pastries.