Aldi flour range now includes RAW

Aldi Flour

It’s an exciting time for Well and Good with three flours from our Raw Range hitting Aldi stores next week. With an extended Aldi flour range, you’ll be able to purchase Well and Good besan flour, white sorghum flour and brown rice flour from Aldi stores Australia wide.

Benefits of our Raw Ingredients range

Aldi Gluten Free FlourBaking from scratch means taking control of your health and nutrition. Our raw range offers good quality ingredients strictly free from gluten, dairy, egg powders, nuts, sesame seeds, soybeans & shellfish. However, it’s not just about what’s not included in these products – it’s about what is included. Generally, these products are much higher in protein than wheat flours, they’re lower in carbs and packed with protein. So, you can bake a huge range of foods that taste delicious and also include nutritional benefits.

Soft Tortila Wraps

Gluten Free Dosa

What can I cook using the Well and Good Raw range?

You’re able to cook anything that traditional wheat flour lets you cook. It is important to keep in mind that some flours have subtle fragrances or mild flavours that aren’t suitable for every recipe. To get a quick guide to our raw flours check out the following helpful flour guide.

We have also pulled together a range of raw recipes that we’re constantly adding to. Visit our recipes page and click on the raw button to filter for raw recipes.

Here’s one of our favourite recipes which uses a combination of rice flour, besan flour and sorghum flour. It’s a recipe for gluten free Dosa which is a staple of South Indian Cuisine. Click here to get the recipe.

Check out our full range of Raw ingredients here.

 

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