corn flour

noun

Definition of corn flour

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Two years after the Food and Drug Administration allowed manufacturers to add folic acid — a crucial B vitamin that prevents terrible birth defects — to their corn flour, very few have done so. Jonel Aleccia, The Seattle Times, "FDA allows food makers to fortify corn masa to halt birth defects, but few do," 16 Oct. 2018 The hotel's indigenous approach also prevails in the kitchen, where chef Sergio Latorre cooks up delicious sophisticated takes on classic fare: humitas made with quinoa and purple corn flour ravioli stuffed with sweet potato puree. Maita Barrenechea, Town & Country, "How to Plan a Trip to South America," 5 Oct. 2016 His family resettled in South Korea's southeastern region, and Moon once waited in line as a boy to receive handouts of U.S. corn flour and milk powder. Fox News, "A look at the two leaders in the inter-Korean summit talks," 25 Apr. 2018 His family resettled in South Korea’s southeastern region, and Moon once waited in line as a boy to receive handouts of U.S. corn flour and milk powder. Washington Post, "A look at 2 leaders in the inter-Korean summit talks," 25 Apr. 2018 His version of Cajun means complex rouxs that take hours and patience to make; square beignets, not doughnut-shaped; and catfish that comes breaded in corn flour, not the usual cornmeal. Malcolm Mayhew, star-telegram, "Tasting samples, 'lagniappe' add to appeal of The Lost Cajun in Mansfield | Fort Worth Star-Telegram," 20 Apr. 2018 There’s also makki roti ($2.49), the corn flour bread; puffy deep-fried bhatura ($1.49); and a half-dozen filled parathas, such as one stuffed with fine shreds of daikon, or white radish ($1.99). Carol Deptolla, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "At Indian Delight in Oak Creek, the name fits," 16 Jan. 2018 Start with a tamal, a hearty breakfast dish made from corn flour, chickpeas, chicken, pork belly and egg wrapped and steamed in a plantain leaf that imbues the meat with addictive, custardy flavour. Claudia Mcneilly, Vogue, "Bogotá, Colombia, Is an Irresistible Dining Destination," 14 Jan. 2018 Leonard received about two kilos of corn flour — that’s about 4.4 pounds — two kilos of rice and one liter of vegetable oil last Friday from an old customer who did not have enough cash to pay him for plumbing work in her kitchen. Gustavo Ocando Alex, miamiherald, "Hungry Venezuelans rely on work-for-food barter as economy spirals," 12 Jan. 2018

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1791, in the meaning defined above

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