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Dr. Oetker Ground Arrowroot is ideal for using as a general thickener in both sweet and savoury recipes. It's an essential ingredient in thickening glazes - providing a shiny finish but remaining transparent in colour (alternatives such as cornflour typically have a cloudy result).
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1 Sachet = 1 Tablespoon
Sealed sachet for freshness1 sachet = 1 level tablespoon for convenienceIndividually sealed for freshnessUse to make a shiney, glossy clear glaze on both sweet and savoury dishes
Pack size: 48G
6 x 8g ℮
Preparation and Usage
Use the quantity of Ground Arrowroot as stated in your recipe.One sachet contains one measured level tablespoon for convenience.To make a glaze, use one sachet for every 150ml (1/4pt) of liquid, mix with a little cold water before adding to your liquid.Bring liquid to boiling point, remove from heat and stir until mixture thickens.Do not overboil as this may cause it to liquify and lose its thickening power.