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Maida flour


A very finely milled flour used in Indian cooking for making pastries, breads, and various biscuits and in particular parottas. The flour is typically made from wheat but it is made from tapioca in some parts of India.
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Substitute for maida flour

Cake flour OR Pasty Flour OR All-purpose flour (plain flour) product will be heavier OR Tapioca starch

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