Corn Starch

Corn starch is a fine, white powder that is derived from the endosperm of the corn kernel. It is commonly used as a thickening agent in food, but it also has other culinary applications. Corn starch is a versatile ingredient that is used in a variety of recipes, from soups and sauces to baked goods and desserts.
One of the most common uses of corn starch in cooking is as a thickener for sauces, gravies, and soups. It works by absorbing moisture and creating a gel-like texture, which helps to thicken and stabilize the mixture. Corn starch is often preferred over other thickeners, such as flour, because it creates a smoother texture and does not alter the flavor of the dish.
Corn starch can also be used as a coating for fried foods, such as chicken or fish. It creates a crispy outer layer and helps to seal in the moisture of the food. Corn starch can also be added to baking recipes, such as cakes and cookies, to create a softer and more tender texture.

Weights Available:
50 lb. Bags