Maize Starch (Corn Starch)
Maize starch is the starch derived from corn or maize grain. Maize starch is a prominent culinary component that is frequently used to thicken sauces and soups, as well as to produce corn syrup and other sugars. It is very versatile and has a wide range of applications in industry, including adhesives, paper goods, anti-sticking agents, and textile manufacture.
Molecular Formulae- C27H48O20
Alternative Names- Corn Starch, Corn Flour
Purity of the Ingredients- 99%
Country of Origin- India
BENEFITS AND USES-
- Our maize starch is used as a thickening agent in liquid-based foods like soups, sauces, gravies, and desserts.
- Because it produces a transparent rather than an opaque combination, it is sometimes chosen over flour alone.
- It's commonly found in powdered sugar as an anti-caking ingredient.
- It's also a flour adjuster and a gelling agent for biscuits and cakes.
- Maize starch is also used to manufacture bioplastics and can be used in the manufacturing of airbags.
HOW IT WORKS-
- When added to food recipes, these starch molecules thicken the mixture by absorbing water.
- When dissolved in a liquid phase as part of a colloidal combination, our maize starch generates a weakly cohesive internal structure.
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