Chestnut flour, with its aromas and hints of autumn, can be used throughout the year. Thanks to chestnut flour’s lengthy shelf life, the product is available all year round.
This product is a valid substitute for durum wheat flour, in carbohydrates, minerals (potassium, phosphorus, magnesium and calcium) and vitamins (C, B1, B2, PP).
The keywords for chestnut flour are intestinal flora and cholesterol. As it is rich in fibre, it is a help for bowel regularity.
It is a handy product that replaces snack bars and stops you sitting too long at meals.
People who endure high levels of physical stress
A tip: chestnut flour is excellent to mix into homemade pasta, cakes, biscuits, and bread. Specifically, if you want to surprise your guests at dinner or change your regular habits, homemade pasta with Type 1 soft wheat flour and chestnut flour is sure to be a success. Mix 75% Type 1 and 25% chestnut flour, the strong chestnut flavour will make itself heard. Ideal with a ragout or simple butter and sage sauce. No regrets!
Product of Italy