- 1 cup weight = 120 grams
- High in protein, fiber and calcium, this flour imparts a lightly sweet, nutty, molasses taste to cookies, cakes, quick breads, pancakes and waffles.
- Teff Flour is milled from one of the world’s smallest grains. It is a key source of nutrition in Ethiopia.
- It’s available in dark and light varieties. Combine teff flour with Montina in an all-purpose flour blend to produce high-fiber bread with a whole-wheat taste.
Store in: the refrigerator for longer shelf life.
How to use: Should be no more than 25 percent of any flour blend.
Watch out for: Too much can overpower delicate recipes. Teff should not be used on it’s own in baked goods, it is so very fine, it almost melts when you bake it.
Substitution: Try a whole grain flavorful flour like quinoa and buckwheat or you could use sorghum or brown rice.