arrowroot


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  • noun

Synonyms for arrowroot

a nutritive starch obtained from the root of the arrowroot plant

Related Words

white-flowered West Indian plant whose root yields arrowroot starch

canna grown especially for its edible rootstock from which arrowroot starch is obtained

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Ukpabi UJ, Ukenye E and AO Olojede Raw materials potentials of Nigerian wild Polynesian arrowroot (Tacca leontopet aloides) tubers and starch .
The consultation focuses on the need to undertake the renovation of the station Arrowroot commissioned in April 1996 that all equipment is original.
Some of the foods that you can eat include: Arrowroot, buckwheat, cassava (manioc), corn, flax, Legumes (dry beans, peas, lentils), millet, finger millet (Ragi), nuts, potatoes, quinoa, rice, sago, seeds, sorghum, soy, tapioca, teff and moderate amounts of Oats that are free of gluten contamination.
The vermicelli used is often made from arrowroot rather than wheat.
Kids nibbled on raw carrots - only 12oz of sweets per month - and they gobbled "ice cream" made of arrowroot, condensed milk and water, perfect on their mashed banana.
Professor Makoto Toyofuku's Lidded Vessel with Arrowroot Design illustrated how Japanese artists make the harmony between form and decoration appear effortless.
Starches, typically found in corn, potatoes, arrowroot and other plants, are most familiar to consumers as cornstarch, potato starch and tapioca starch.
He wins the affections of Rebecca Gresham, the daughter of a wealthy but old lawyer and then plots to get his hands on as much cash from the poor man as possible, with the help of some milk and arrowroot.
net concluded that vegan cheddar and mozzarella shreds made primarily from tapioca or arrowroot flour combined with various oils from Daiya (daiyafoods.
ARROWROOT (Tim Easterby) CAUGHT the eye running on late to finish sixth on his debut at Ripon.
We are also looking at other innovative ingredients such as sweet potato and arrowroot, which are traditionally safe crops as their environment means that there is no fear of cross-contamination with GM chemicals.
Coconut, coffee, black pepper, turmeric, cardamom, tamarind, brinjal, onion, garlic, neem, vacha, tulasi, pippali, arrowroot, peepul, banyan, indigo, vinca, cinnamon, kokum, curry leaves, chillies, nutmeg, coriander, black jeera, mango, lemon, guava, tomato, potato, pudina, arecanut, are some of the items included in the list.
The root starch is used as a thickening agent similar to arrowroot or cornstarch, and the flowers can be used to make food products, including jelly, syrup and wine.
She would stop to play among the clumps of bright-green arrowroot leaves and enjoy sips of cool, pure water.
In a clean container, make a slurry by combining arrowroot with a little water while whisking vigorously with a wire whip.