Lentil flour is a flour made with ground uncooked lentils. The variety of lentils include brown, black, yellow, green, red or orange lentils. The green and brown lentils or lentil flours are better at retaining their shape after cooking. The other colors tend to get mushy and soft. It can be used as a substitute for wheat flour. It can be used in baked goods like bread and cakes.
When buying packaged lentil flour, check for its "use-by" date to confirm freshness. To make lentil flour at home, look for organic lentil and grind them at home.
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