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Caputo Molino di Napoli Semola Rimacinata Flour Durum Wheat Semolina
Caputo Molino di Napoli Semola Rimacinata Flour Durum Wheat Semolina


 
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Caputo Semola Flour, often referred to as Semolina di Grano Duro, is a high-quality flour produced by the renowned Caputo mill in Naples, Italy. This flour is made from durum wheat, which is known for its hard texture and high protein content. Here are some key characteristics of Caputo Semola Flour:

Coarse Texture: Unlike traditional wheat flours, Caputo Semola has a coarse, granular texture. This makes it ideal for creating pasta and bread with a distinctively firm and chewy bite.

Golden Yellow Color: The natural yellow hue of semola flour imparts a rich color to the final baked goods, enhancing their visual appeal.

High Protein Content: With a protein content typically ranging from 12-14%, this flour provides the necessary gluten strength for making robust doughs that hold their shape well during cooking.

Versatility: While it's especially prized for making traditional Italian pasta, such as spaghetti and lasagna, Caputo Semola is also excellent for breadmaking, particularly for rustic breads like ciabatta and focaccia.

Superior Quality: Caputo is known for its meticulous milling process, ensuring that the semola flour is of the highest quality, free from impurities and consistent in its performance.

Flavor: The flour adds a subtle, nutty flavor to baked goods, enhancing the overall taste without overpowering other ingredients.

Caputo Semola Flour is a favorite among professional chefs and home bakers alike for its ability to produce authentic, high-quality Italian culinary creations.
Net content: 1Kg/2.2lb
Product of Italy

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5 of 5 July 16, 2024
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