Flour Frenzy


Shiloh Farms sells many different types of flour, and they all have different purposes and uses. Check out these helpful hints below to see what flour is best for your needs…

 Teff Flour 16 ozShiloh Farms Teff Flour

  • Teff Flour is multipurpose with a mild, nutty, and a slight molasses like sweetness
  • Teff flour can be used as a substitute for part of the flour in baked goods,
  • Teff Flour is a good thickener for soups, sauces, stews, gravies, and puddings.
  • Teff flour is delicious in pancakes, breads, cakes, tarts and pastries.

Shiloh Farms Barley Flour

  • Barley Flour may be added to your favorite baked goods recipe (biscuits, pancakes, cookies, breads etc.) for additional flavor and nutrition. It can be used to replace part of the wheat flour in a recipe for a different flavor and texture.
  • Barley Flour is a soft flour that can also be used as a thickener in soups and sauces.
  • Barley flour can go rancid. Barley flour should be kept cool and dry. It can be kept in the freezer, then you can measure out the amount that you need and then warm the flour to room temperature for use in baking etc.

Quinoa Flour, Organic  12 ozShiloh Farms Quinoa Flour

  • Quinoa flour may be used for thickener in soups.
  • Quinoa adds a nutty flavor to baked goods.
  • Quinoa flour is higher in fat, so it tends to make bread more moist

Shiloh Farms Potato Flour

  • This flour will add flavor and body to your soups, gravies and sauces.
  • To Use Potato flour as a Thickener:    Substitute 1 Tbsp. of potato flour for 2 Tbsp. all purpose flour. Cream with shortening before adding to liquids.
  • It should NOT be used as the main flour in baking. It absorbs too much liquid and will make the product gummy.
  • Use as an ingredient in potato based recipes to enhance the potato flavor

Tapioca Flour 16 ozShiloh Farms Tapioca Flour

  • Gluten Free
  • For every cup of flour, add 10 percent of Tapioca flour.  Some recipes for baked goods also call for tapioca flour because it imparts a chewier texture
  • Use about 1/4 to 1/2 cup per recipe to sweeten breads made with rice and millet flour.
  • Tapioca flour thickens quickly, and at a relatively low temperature.
  • If you plan to freeze a dish, use Tapioca flour as a thickener.

Shiloh Farms Organic Brown Rice Flour

  • Rice Flour is milder, lighter and easier to digest than wheat flour.
  • Rice Flour is mainly used for making noodles, desserts and sweets
  • Rice Flour seems to be less intrusive to the taste, easier on the digestion, while maintaining compatibility with wheat flour recipes
  • Using rice flour as a coating batter has become the key to many chicken, fish and vegetable signature dishes.

Shiloh Farms Almond Flour

  • Almond Flour 12 ozReplace up to 1/4 cup ,  per 1 cup of wheat flour with Shiloh almond flour  called for in your favorite recipe
  • Because of high fat content, refrigeration is recommended.  To extend shelf life, store Almond flour in your freezer.
  •  You can make almond flour by grinding about 1/4 cup of almonds at a time until a fine texture, but stop before it turns into almond butter.
  • Almond flour works well in cakes, cookies, brownies and more.
  •  When making pizza dough, breads and pasta, you may need to add gluten flour or tapicoa flour to get the traditional texture.

Shiloh Farms Mesquite Flour

  • Add mesquite to soups, vegetables, meat dishes, gravies, pancakes, muffins, cakes, pie crusts, cornbread, cookies, puddings and ice cream.
  •  Add 2 Tbsp. to every cup of flour for an enjoyable flavor and aroma in all your baked goods

Sprouted Spelt Flour, Organic 2 Lbs

Also try Shiloh Farms Essential Eating Organic Sprouted Spelt Flour and Organic Sprouted Spring Wheat Flour.  Essential Eating Sprouted Grain Flours digests as a vegetable.  Good digestion is key to good health.   You’ll notice the benefits in no time and soon, you’ll be using SHILOH FARMS Essential Eating Sprouted Grain Flours in all your favorite recipes.

 

Gluten free coconut flourCOMING SOON: Shiloh Farms Coconut Flour

  • Gluten Free
  • Very economical: Increases yield of your baked foods to 50% dough weight.
  • You can add between 10% -20% to any flour when cooking or baking using your standard recipes.
  • Add to porridge, smoothies and desserts, casseroles and soups
  • Use as a thickener in sauces and gravy’s
  • Enhances the flavor of chocolate, vanilla when cooking or baking foods

Share your thoughts

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s