Potato flour, also referred to as potato starch is a fine textured, gluten-free flour made from cooked, dried and ground potatoes. It can be combined with other flours for bread making to produce a bread with a moist crumb. Potato flour is typically used as a thickener.
As A Thickener - To substitute potato flour as a thickener you can use equal amounts of:
For General Baking - If you are looking for another gluten-free flour you can use:
For Bread Baking - You can substitute 5/8 cup potato flour for each cup of all-purpose flour.
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Cooked, dried potatoes