Bob's Red Mill Flour, Sorghum, G/F, 22-Ounce (Pack of 4)
- Gluten Free
- Powerhouse of nutrition and adds a superb flavor
- High in protein, iron, and dietary fiber
- High in antioxidants
- The starch and protein in sorghum take longer than similar products to digest, keeping you full longer
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This is the method that worked for me for making flat breads:
Making the dough
Using 1:1 ratio of water and sorghum flour. Heat water in the microwave (some people are against this but I regularly heat water in microwave) for 1 minute. Add equal amount of sorghum flour to the water. Add required amount of salt. Mix thoroughly. Microwave for 3 minutes stirring once in between. Once the mixture has cooled down, roll it with your hands over a lightly floured bowl.
Making the flatbread
Make small balls out of the dough. Lightly flour the board. Using a rolling pin roll out each ball. Do not roll the ball too thin. Keep rotating the dough as you roll it. Otherwise it will stick to the board. Transfer to hot non stick pan. Immediately pat the top part of the flatbread with wet towel. This will prevent th flatbread from getting dry. Turn the other side when you see brown spots. The flatbread is done when there are brown spots on both sides. After removing from pan spread butter over it for extra taste. I slit them in the middle and used it like a pita pocket.
The flour is of good quality. The flatbreads made out of this flour are dull and greyish looking. But taste wise, it is great with a hint of sweetness. My friends told me Arrowhead flour gives nice brown color flatbreads.
To all Celiacs and gluten intolerant people out there: As of today, Canadian Federal Inspection Agency has issued a recall on BRM white sweet sorghum flour, siting gluten has been detected in the product. This notice is for CANADA. As this product is shipped from the US, people may want to ask for the USDA to do an evaluation as well. BRM homepage has not yet posted this recall.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is an excellent gluten free flour to add to your collection if you haven't already. I have been baking gluten free for years and have purchased this size package of sorghum... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Shopper
You can never go wrong with Bob's Red Mill products. Fresh clean product.Published 2 months ago by Misty D. Savo
I love Bob's Red Mill Flour and always use them for my flour needs. I never have any issues!Published 2 months ago by Chelsea
I purchased this product in order to make my own all purpose mix for breads and cakes, so fat everything has come out pretty good, however I'm still experimenting.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
No problem with order or delivery but after trying the product I find it is not for me and would like to be able to return 3 unopened bagsPublished 2 months ago by Virginia Danielsen