Arrowroot powder is used as a thickener. Arrowroot starch has in the past been quite extensively adulterated with potato starch and other similar substances.
Pure arrowroot, like other pure starches, is a light, white powder (the mass feeling firm to the finger and crackling like newly fallen snow when rubbed or pressed), odourless when dry, but emitting a faint, peculiar odour when mixed with boiling water, and swelling on cooking into a perfect jelly.
It can be used to make a food that is very smooth in consistency—unlike adulterated articles, mixed with potato flour and other starches of lower value, which contain larger particles.
|Colour||: pure white|
|Fineness||: 60 - 80%|
|Moisture||: 12 - 14%|
|Shelf life||: 2 years|
|Packing||: bag, box, drum,sachet, vacuum pack|
|or as buyer's request|
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