Finely milled and refined to perfection, Fortune maida is the purest of its kind! Now, find your lachha parathas tastier and your dumplings softer. Made from the best quality wheat grains, this is a must-have for your kitchen. So, pick your maida online for delicious dishes that your dinner table awaits!
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Add a rich taste to your ghar ka khana and those finger-licking fried food that your family loves to munch along with tea! Make your meals worth-it with tastier snacks, meals, dishes- you name it. Bring home this soft and refined maida flour and get cooking. Be it puris or spicy pakoras, let this high-quality refined wheat flour do the talking.
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Frequently Asked Questions on Maida
What is the difference between Atta and Maida?
Wheat flour contains germ, endosperm or wheat and husk bran whereas maida flour or refined wheat flour is just an endosperm of wheat grain. Also, maida is otherwise called all-purpose flour as it helps you make chapatis or even a cake.
What dishes can I make with Maida?
You can make some of the most delicious dishes with maida flour.
- Panchasara Para
- Bengali luchi (puri)
- Margherita Pizza
- Chocolate mug cake
- Dumplings or momos
- Chicken spring roll
And much more! And all these dishes taste even better with quality refined wheat flour just like Fortune’s maida. If you want to find out more dishes made from maida, head over to our recipe page and start cooking.
Does Maida have Gluten?
No, maida is full of gluten. So, besides dishes like cakes, breads, pastries and biscuits, you can use maida atta for jalebis, ghewars and more. Maida helps bind the dish together and works perfectly to give the item a desirable shape.
How is Maida made?
Maida atta is made from the endosperm, that is, the starchy white part of the grain. Then, the bran is kept separate from the germ and endosperm and this is refined by passing through a sieve of 80 mesh per inch.