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Semolina Flour or Semola?

Both semolina flour and semola are made from durham wheat, which is a high prot5ein wheat.  Both share a lovely yellow color.

They differ in their grind,  Semolina is relatively coarse, similar to a corn meal, where semola is much finer.  Semola is milled twice.  Semola is used in many pastas, and can be used as the only flour in pasta.  For a simple recipe for egg-less pasta, look at Natalina's Kitchen.

We use semolina flour in our Pane Siciliano recipe.  It's a lovely bread, give it a try.

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