Maida is milled from the endosperm just like wheat and then finely refined and bleached to get its smooth and white texture. Maida is rightly named as all-purpose flour due to its universal cooking properties.
In an Indian household, Maida can be used in making parathas, shawarmas, puris and other lip-smacking dishes. Maida can also be used to make momos, bread, and cakes. Maida can be used to make quick recipes and increase the taste factor in the dishes.
per 100g (Referred with approx. ratios)
- Protein 13g
- Fat 1g
- Carbohydrate 95g
- Fiber 3g