Potato flour - also known as potato starch - is a white flour used to thicken soups, stews and even bake light sponges and biscuits. The potato flour or potato starch is extracted from potatoes over a lengthy process and then is milled into a fine white powder. Potato flour is a good replacement for corn starch and regular flour in some recipes.
There's no ingredient like potato flour for coating food for deep frying. Just replace regular flour with the potato starch for an extra crisp shell!
Potato flour also has a higher heating point than corn starch – having said that, boiling sauces can still cause lumps. Avoid lumps by mixing a tablespoon of potato starch with three tablespoons of cold water, and stirring it into the dish's sauce to thicken it whilst it simmers.
Store in a cool dry place, away from direct sunlight.
Ingredients: 100% potato. Contains sulphur dioxide.
Allergy Advice: For allergens see ingredients in bold. Made in a factory where gluten products are also handled.
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