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What is Potato Starch? Potato starch also known as potato flour, is acquired from the root of potatoes. The roots are rumpled, and in that process the starches are released. A fine white soft powder is obtained as a result of separating and drying out the starch. It acts a […]by adminBlogMay 13 2020 Brown Rice Syrup Application
About Rice Syrup Brown rice is rich in complexes and considered as sweetener which is derived by soaking rice starch with enzymes to break down the starches, followed by draining off the liquid and reducing it by heated cooking until the desired uniformity is reached. The enzymes used in the scarification step are brought by […]by adminBlogMay 13 2020 History of Sweeteners -The Confectionery Industry
The Confectionery Confectionery is the art of making sweets, which are rich in sugar and carbohydrates. Generally, the confectionery is alienated into two broad categories, i.e., bakers’ and sugar confections. Flour sweets which are also known as baker confections principally include cakes, pastries, sweets, pancakes, and similar baked goods. On […]by adminBlogMay 13 2020 Functional Food – Brown Rice Syrup
The whole, fortified, enhanced, or enriched foods that provide numerous health benefits exceeding the provision of vital nutrients (e.g., minerals and vitamins), when they are taken at adequate levels as part of a varied diet plan regularly are known as functional foods. The example of functional foods may be classified […]by adminBlogMay 13 2020 Agave syrup VS Rice Syrup
What is Agave Syrup? Agave syrup also known as agave nectar, is a naturally occurring sweetener similar to consistency of honey, commercially produced from numerous species of agave, including Tequilana (Blue Agave) and Salmiana, which mainly grows in South Africa and Mexico. The production of agave syrup includes the harvesting […]by adminBlogMay 13 2020 Substituting Corn Syrup with Rice Syrup
What is Corn Syrup? The corn (also called maize in some countries) syrup is made from the starch of corn that contains varying amounts of higher oligosaccharides and maltose, depending on the category. Also known as glucose syrup to bakers and confectioners, the corn syrup is used in foods to […]by adminBlogMarch 31 2020 All About Basmati Rice
Basmati Rice is a long-grained type of rice that originates in the foothills of the Himalayas and is traditionally served in Pakistani and other Asian cuisines. Basmati rice is served plain sometimes but often flavored with turmeric or saffron, both of which impart a characteristic of yellow hue. Frequently served […]by adminBlogFebruary 29 2020 What Is Native Tapioca Starch?
As thousands of food varieties have been introduced throughout the world and so do the natural and artificial flavors have increased, making it difficult for a vast majority of people to tolerate all the ingredients present in the food. The gluten-free movement is rising in many parts of Asian and […]by adminBlogFebruary 19 2020 Broken Rice – What is it?
A popular type of white rice is Broken Rice, also known as (Com Tam), which is served with many Vietnamese dishes. Often it is seen with egg meatloaf, grilled meats, pickles, and salads. However, what exactly is broken rice, and how does it differ from regular white rice? Are there any […]by adminBlogFebruary 11 2020 Potential Benefits of Parboiled Rice
Potential Benefits of Parboiled Rice What is Parboiled Rice: This type of rice is known as converted rice and is a refined version that is treated at the harvesting stage. The production of this rice is done through three steps that include soaking, steaming, and drying. This procedure reduces starch, […]by adminBlogFebruary 3 2020