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Cornmeal substitute ideas

Cornmeal substitute ideas – The best cornmeal substitutes that will make your work easy!

The list of cornmeal substitute ideas will help you this year. You can use simple cornmeal substitutes to try in your homemade recipe. 

You should use these substitutes if you have corn allergies, and you will save your recipe’s charm!

Corn Grits

Corn grits is the best cornmeal substitute. These are finely ground and very tiny.

Polenta

Polenta

This is another variety of ground corn. Some people confuse it with cornmeal, but both are different things. 

Arrowroot Powder

Arrowroot powder has a good thickening texture, thus works as a wonderful cornmeal substitute.

Corn Flour

Corn flour is another great cornmeal substitute. It has a very fine and thin texture cornmeal texture.

Potato Starch

Potato Starch

This starch also has a great thicker density, yet you have to eat it quickly as it does not last long.

Tapioca Starch

Tapioca is extracted from cassava; it is a good cornmeal substitute.

All-Purpose Flour

Yes, you hear it correctly! All-purpose flour is a good option to thicken your recipe. 

Rice Flour

Rice Flour

Rice flour also thickens the recipe very nicely, just like all-purpose flour. It has the same texture as cornstarch.

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How to use Cornmeal Substitute
Learn how to use cornmeal substitute in your recipe when the cornmeal is absent in your pantry!
Cornmeal substitute ideas
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Course Ingredient
Cuisine American
Prep Time 5 Minutes
Cook Time 0 Minutes
Passive Time 5 Minutes
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Ingredients
Corn based substitute
Non Corn Based Substitute
Course Ingredient
Cuisine American
Prep Time 5 Minutes
Cook Time 0 Minutes
Passive Time 5 Minutes
Servings
People
Ingredients
Corn based substitute
Non Corn Based Substitute
Cornmeal substitute ideas
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Rating: 0
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Instructions
  1. Choose the convenient substitute for you as per your recipe's flavor and texture.
  2. Blend the ingredient with your recipe with the same quantity you would use for a cornmeal substitute.
  3. Serve!
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