What Is a Good Substitute for Cornmeal?


When cooking the substitution for cornmeal could be polenta which is a derivation from earlier forms of grain mush. Another substitution could be the Maseca from the corn flour and tortillas manufacturer Gruma.
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A corn meal substitution will depend completely on the type of recipe. Since corn meal is used either for its texture or for its flavour, a substance with the same degree of grind must be used or a corn product respectively. Examples include grits, polenta and corn floor.
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