Use of corn starch: corn starch has a unique appearance and texture after mixing with water or milk. It is often mixed with white sugar powder as an anti binder.
Corn starch is often used as coagulant for butin and other foods. Simple corn flour pudding can be easily made by using double-layer steamer with ingredients such as milk, granulated sugar, corn flour and flavoring agent.
Corn starch is also used as a thickener in Chinese and French dishes. "Thicken" in Chinese food is usually made of corn starch and water.
Corn is recognized as a golden crop in the world, and its content of fat, phosphorus and vitamin B2 ranks first in cereal food. Corn flour contains linoleic acid and vitamin E, which can reduce the level of cholesterol in the human body and reduce the occurrence of arteriosclerosis.
Corn flour contains more calcium and iron, which can prevent hypertension and coronary heart disease. Modern medical research shows that corn flour is rich in glutathione, which is an anti-cancer factor. It can combine with a variety of foreign chemical carcinogens in the human body to make it lose its toxicity, and then excrete it through the digestive tract.
Coarse ground corn flour contains a large amount of lysine, which can inhibit tumor growth. Corn flour also contains trace element selenium, which can accelerate the decomposition of oxides in the human body and inhibit malignant tumors.
The rich dietary fiber in corn flour can promote intestinal peristalsis, shorten the time for food to pass through the digestive tract, reduce the absorption of toxic substances and the stimulation of carcinogens to the colon, so it can reduce the occurrence of colon cancer.