Grano Arso flour 1Kg

  • 5.97€

Burnt wheat flour is a specialty of Puglia (in dialect gren iars) obtained by milling durum wheat previously toasted; It has a colour and an intense aroma.
In the past it was obtained by milling the grain collected after burning of stubble after harvest. This wheat was recovered and milled by people who could not afford the ordinary flour.

How to use:
Can be used to prepare any sweet and savory baked product, provided in combination of a flour that produces gluten (wheat, spelt or Kamut).
The most popular preparation made with this flour are the strascinati (in dialect strasc-net), very dark wheat flour obtained with orecchiette blazed and white flour in equal parts; the prosciutto bread (in dialect ppen to prusutt), a dark bread with white streaks and finally the focaccia.

Average nutritional values per 100 g of product:
Energy Value (Kcal): N.a
Protein (g): N.a
Carbohydrates (g): N.a
FAT (g): N.a

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