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What's the alternative to cornstarch?

What's the alternative to cornstarch?

Cornstarch substitute is an essential ingredient that may be an excellent alternative to the original cornstarch, and it is known that cornstarch needs the Lady of the house when preparing a lot of recipes, it enters into fillings, and as a crisp and crispy crust when frying, or when baking crumbly cookies and biscuits. Or in making a chocolate pudding.

But what is the solution, in case you are in the midst of preparation, and you did not find starch in your kitchen?

There are simple solutions to avoid the issue, using cornstarch substitutes. So when doing a shopping tour, buy these items.

1. Flour

Flour can be used easily, remember, but while corn starch gives thickness with a glamorous touch to the recipe, flour does not give the same reflection, its result appears in the finished product, that's all.

You need for every 1 tablespoon of corn starch, about 3 tbsp of flour.

Also, whatever you intend to thicken, cook for a few more minutes to get rid of the raw flavor of the flour.

2. Starch Arrowroot

The starch is made from the root of a plant with the same name Arrowroot, a type of starch that acts as an easy substitute for corn starch and gives the same product sparkle just as corn starch does.

3. Starch, potato

Also an easy and direct alternative to corn starch, but be careful when whisking, because it tends to agglomerate more than corn starch.

5. Tapioca flour

Tabiukah (starch extracted from the tropical root plant manihot), also known as tabiukah starch, 2 tbsp of it is required for every 1 tbsp of corn starch.

5. Rice flour

Rice flour gives thickness as regular flour, so the same portions are used, 3 tbsp per 1 tablespoon of corn starch.

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