What is Blue Key flour?

What is Blue Key flour?

Superfine Superwhite Flour is a multi-purpose flour commonly used to make cookies and noodles. BLUE KEY has also developed variants namely Pau Flour, which is specialised in pau-making, and the premium quality Self-Raising Flour, which is perfect for cake-baking as it enhances the texture and volume in the baked goods.

What is Superwhite flour?

Wheat Flour Enriched With Vitamins And Iron Formulated For Biscuits, Cookies, Cakes, Pau, Dumplings, Doughnuts, Pie-Crusts, Cream Puff, Puff Pastries, Pancakes, Wet And Dry Noodles, Thickening Of Soups, Gravies, Sauces As Well As General Household Uses. Categories.

What is pau flour made of?

Healthy Baker Pau Flour is made using special formulation which includes wheat flour, sugar, shortening and baking powder. This flour will give your steamed pau a luscious smooth outer layer with an airy texture on the inside. This flour is made in Malaysia.

What is superfine flour?

The highly-sifted and finely ground Dr. Oetker Nona Superfine Flour yields an extra fine and smooth texture that makes it ideal for making dense and fine cakes, such as butter cakes, moist cakes, muffins, cookies, tarts and pastries, so you can achieve your desired results.

What is Hong Kong flour used for?

This super soft flour is best for making Hong Kong type steamed buns (bao), Dumpling Skin, Japanese Cotton Cheese Cake, steam cake, Kuih Bahulu, Malay/Nonya Kueh, waffles and others where a specially soft and light texture is required.

Can I use Pau flour to make cake?

For Cakes: Cake flour or superfine flour or low protein flour or Hi-Ratio flour, or substitute with 1 cup flour, take out 2 Tbsp of it and replace with 2 Tbsp cornstarch. I rarely use Self Raising Flour. For Pau/Steamed buns : Pau flour can be substituted with all purpose.

Is Hong Kong flour same as Pau flour?

They have about the same gluten level, just that pau flour is finer. Hong Kong flour is also suitable, the only difference is it will be whiter and more expensive to use. Hong Kong flour is a highly bleached flour, therefore I try not to use it too much.

Is cake flour same as Pau flour?

Similar to cake flour, Hong Kong Flour or pau flour is highly bleached flour that has its gluten level broken down, making the flour extra fine and delicate.

What are the 9 types of flour?

Types of Flour

  • All-Purpose Flour. All-purpose flour is the most widely used flour on the market.
  • Whole-Wheat Flour. Whole-wheat flour is quite dense.
  • Pastry Flour. You can get pastry flour in whole wheat or regular and it’s often bleached.
  • Cake Flour.
  • Bread Flour.
  • Self-Rising Flour.
  • Gluten-Free Flour.
  • Sprouted Flour.

What is the difference between cake flour and Hong Kong flour?

Hong Kong flour is similar to cake flour, in that it is highly bleached. However, it contains a slightly higher protein content (8% to 10%) as compared to cake flour (6% to 8%). This makes Hong Kong Flour ideal for Chinese pastries, including dim sum and steamed baos.