Maranta reed - where can it be used?

Oct 19, 2022 Michał Pelc

The list of Superfood foods continues to grow. And very good, because it contains food products that have a beneficial effect on our health. There is actually no better food than superfood. The group of these products also includes the arrowroot, called arrowroot. Here's everything you need to know about it.

The arrowroot is an evergreen plant from the maranth family. It is a creeping perennial whose thickened rhizomes contain starch. Although it originally comes from Central America, it is now widely cultivated in tropical areas around the world.

Maranta reed - what is it made of?

This plant, or rather its rhizomes, is used to produce high-quality starch flour. The commercial name of this product is arrowroot. It is mainly used as a thickener for dishes. The marantha (or, if I want some, the marantha) is also used in the production of special types of paper. In addition, biofuels are also produced from fermented starch obtained from reed arrowroot. It is therefore a universal plant.

Why is it worth eating cane arrowroot?

It is a food product aimed mainly at allergy sufferers, vegans and people suffering from celiac disease, because it does not contain gluten and works as a gluten-free flour. It will also perfectly complement the diet of all those who care about a healthy and properly balanced diet. Why? Well, as it turns out, it is a gluten-free flour rich in vitamins and nutrients. It contains potassium, phosphorus, B vitamins, it also contains antioxidants. Arrowroot also has a very beneficial effect on the gastrointestinal tract - it is not only easily digestible, but above all supports the development of its appropriate bacterial flora. Coming back to vegans - marantha, due to its binding properties, can be used as an egg substitute.

BIO Maranta Trzcinowa - Organic - 250g

How to use cane arrowroot in the kitchen?

Cane arrowroot flour is extremely versatile in use, it can be successfully used to replace corn or potato starch in the kitchen. It is tasteless and odorless, so unlike other flours, it does not change the taste of the food to which it is added.
It is suitable for preparing both sweet and salty dishes. Maranta can be successfully used:

  • When baking cookies, cakes, bread. Keeping in mind that in baked goods you should add it in the amount of ten percent of other flour.
  • For making homemade puddings, pudding, jelly or jelly.
  • For thickening soups and sauces.
  • In homemade ice cream.
  • In addition to thickening the dishes, arrowroot will allow such dishes as tofu, seitan or tempeh to obtain unprecedented crunchiness. It is enough to make a coating of cane arrowroot flour, and then fry in vegetable oil to get the desired effect.

Cane arrowroot flour, due to its thickening properties and the microelements and vitamins it contains, should be included in your daily diet, regardless of whether you are allergic, a person forced to follow a gluten-free diet, vegan or vegetarian. With its addition, all dishes, dishes and pastries will be perfectly made.
In our store you will find reed arrowroot, which comes from organic farming in India, covered by a certificate covered by the certificate: PL-EKO-03. We invite.

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