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Can I replace semolina with cornflour?
I made a delicious cake using semolina however I ran out of it, but I have cornflour. The measurement of semolina is 225g, can I replace it with cornflour for the cake?
- deniseLv 72 months ago
It may not work, cornflour is a lot finer than the semolina, which has a more grainy texture.
- RitaLv 62 months ago
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- kswck2Lv 72 months ago
Semolina flour is a whet flour, while obviously, cornflour is made from corn. So the texture will be a bit different and I would suspect that the semolina will make the cake heavier and more dense.
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- Lib.rare.ianLv 72 months ago
Yes, you should be able to substitute corn flour for semolina flour with little change in the texture or taste of your cake recipe, especially if the recipe calls for wheat flour as well. If your recipe calls for semolina that is not finely ground, then you could substitute cornmeal.
- JanetLv 72 months ago
You can, but I have no idea if you will like the result.
Semoline is a type of wheat flour .. cornflour comes from corn. The two act and taste very different.
- Anonymous2 months ago
It's going to have a really heavy texture and be crumbly