NZ Suppliers Of Otto’s Cassava Flour & Natural Evolution Foods Banana Flour

Gluten Free Flours for baking a delicious range of muffins, pastries and breads.

If you have been looking for ways to bake some of your favourite recipes gluten free, or own a cafe or bakery and desperately looking at meeting the demand of your gluten free customers, you can now create baked foods that taste as good or if not better than white flour using Ottos Cassava Flour and Natural Evolution Foods Banana Flour.

For parents who have kids that require a gluten free nut free flour, now you can bake foods that taste great, for school, snacks and birthdays.

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Clever way to jazz up the humble cauli! ... See MoreSee Less

#Recipe below for this yummy #Paleo Buffalo Cauliflower! 👌🏼#Repost @renewingallthings ・・・ Friday appetizer! This recipe is great to cook in bulk so you have a delicious veggie option you can pair together with almost anything. @primalkitchenfoods ranch, @ottos_cassava_flour and your favorite hot sauce make a winning combination both in taste and texture. # Spicy Ranch Roasted Cauliflower # 4-5 cups cauliflower 1/2 cup cassava flour 6 tablespoon water FOR THE SAUCE 5 tablespoons hot sauce 4 tablespoons ranch 1 pinch sea salt # Combine everything for the sauce together in a small pot and heat up. Preheat oven to 440 degrees F and line a baking sheet with unbleached parchment paper. Cut your cauliflower into bite-sized pieces. Place Flour in a bowl. Combine water and hot sauce Pour sauce into the dry ingredients and mix well. Add additional water to thin batter as needed Coat individual florets of cauliflower and place on parchment lined baking sheet. Bake at 440 for 25-30 minutes until crispy. Drizzle with extra hot sauce mix and ranch.

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Well these didn't last long! We made our fav grain free cassava flour tortillas, brushed them with garlic and rosemary infused oil and a sprinkle of salt and finished them off in the oven to crispen up. Next time I'll mix garlic and herbs into the dough before cooking...cause there will be a next time! So good! ... See MoreSee Less

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