Maida – A Multipurpose Flour For Mouthwatering Food | edocr

Maida is similar to all-purpose flour except that it lacks protein, which means its texture and sturdiness are weaker than that of other flours. Because of this, using too much maida in a recipe can cause it to fall apart or become crumbly. One way around this is by adding ingredient(s) that will replace the sheer strength regularly found in all-purpose flour, like wheat gluten for example.