Semolina flour is well known for its use in authentic homemade pasta and pastry dough, but it can be use in bread and other baking as well.
Semolina is the purified milling of durum wheat. Semola is derived for the Latin word for flour, and semolina is the common name for this special flour. This ingredient adds structure and bite to homemade pasta and a small amount added to pastry dough adds a rustic character. A very necessary ingredient for Semolina bread. Semolina made from durum wheat is yellow in color and high in gluten.
Antimo Caputo's Semolina is milled several times, creating a more finely ground, amber-colored flour. Semolina is also an alternative to corn meal in your recipes.
Ingredients:remilled durum wheat.