Harina de frijol sin gluten
Una alternativa a base de leguminosas secas molidas sin gluten.
- 290 g (2 tazas) de garbanzos secos
- 2 tazas (200 g) de fécula de tapioca
- 2 tazas de (240 g) de maicena
- Coloque el garbanzo seco en el vaso de la Vitamix y cierre bien la tapa.
- Seleccione la velocidad 1.
- Encienda la licuadora y aumente la velocidad hasta la máxima posible.
- Licúe durante 45 segundos.
- Retire a un tazón y agregue la fécula de tapioca y la maicena.
- Mezcle con un batidor hasta incorporar todo. Guarde en un recipiente hermético.
Para obtener mejores resultados, muela 2 tazas (400 g) de granos a la vez.
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Gluten-Free Bean Flour is rated out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by amylove from Glad to have options fresh at home! I read a few irritated reviews here, but this is an amazing feature! Instead of heading to a "specialty" store, I get to blend and test various things at home. You can't/shouldn't substitute willy-nilly in recipes; there's some chemistry to understand there. But you don't "need" a professional gluten free chef. I mean, how many products in the shelves at stores, created by pros, are over-priced tasteless disappointments? However, the internet is FULL of recipes and suggested substitutions (ahem - such as where beans flours are concerned.) I've had some flops, and some amazing results. Black bean brownies are a hit in our house. That is, after several attempts to get it right :)
Date published: 2019-01-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by jennm from Perfect for grinding grains and legumes! I love using my Vitamix to grind any grain or legume. Helps keep things fresh because I can grind only what I need. I use the dry container, usually.
Date published: 2019-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by Scubatot from Good job I've had my vitamix for about 7 yrs. Love it! Always learning something new
Date published: 2018-10-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by blessing from Good to know It's interesting to know I can make flour from chick-peas in the vitamix...thanks for sharing. Will like to know how does the texture compare to shop bought flours.
Date published: 2019-04-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by rjc8 from what kind of bean Nice directions but you forgot to mention what type of "bean flour". That is what I thought this recipe was about - how to make the bean flour. Disappointed as that is what I wanted to learn.
Date published: 2018-05-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by Eileen 33 from gluten free baking experience needed You may think you can take a bread recipe and change the flour to gluten free and that is all there is to it. WRONG!!! I have been cooking and baking for about 7 years. That just does not work. Do not think that living gluten free is easy. I have had more flops learning to bake gluten free. Find and employ a person who is an experienced gluten free baker. We need good recipes.
Date published: 2018-09-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by Chuchu from not useful the content is not for the title. wasted my time though
Date published: 2018-05-24