Maida is a white flour from the Indian subcontinent, made from wheat. Finely milled without any bran, refined, and bleached, it closely resembles cake flour.Maida is used extensively for making fast foods, baked goods such as pastries, bread, several varieties of sweets, and traditional flatbreads. Owing to this wide variety of uses, it is sometimes labeled and marketed as “all-purpose flour”, though it is different from all-purpose flour.Indian all-purpose flour is known as Maida. Maida is used in many Indian flatbreads such as roti, naan, baalti. All-purpose flour or pastry flour found in United States is considered the best substitute for Maida. Our recommendation is use both or mixture of both depending on personal preference or recipe.
While making Maida, most of wheat grain bran, which contains fiber and other nutrients, and germ, which consist of vitamin E and polyunsaturated fat, are removed. The remaining wheat grain consisting endosperm containing carbohydrate. Thus, Maida may not be a good source of nutrition. For many recipe, maida can be substituted with Atta, which is whole wheat flour and contains more nutrition.
An all-purpose flour, Organic Wheat Maida is a refined product of wheat. It is nutritious with high levels of carbohydrates.
Wheat Maida (500g) is full of iron, calcium and protein.
Besides these nutrients, Wheat Maida (500g) also contains dietary fibres, vitamins and all the other nutrients that are required for your body.
A 100g serving of Wheat Maida (500g) contains 0g trans fat and 0g sugar. The calorie count per serving of Wheat Maida (500g) is 355.52.
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