Bigas Mais Yellow Corn Grits 1 kilo
Bigas Mais Yellow Corn Grits is a type of cornmeal used in various culinary applications, particularly in Filipino cuisine. "Bigas" is Tagalog for "rice"
Bigas Mais Yellow Corn Grits
Bigas Mais Yellow Corn Grits are coarsely ground corn kernels used in various culinary applications, particularly in Filipino cuisine. "Bigas" means "rice" in Tagalog, but in this context, it refers to the size of the corn kernel, not to rice.
These yellow corn grits are characterized by their coarse texture and are an essential ingredient in various Filipino dishes. They are commonly used to prepare dishes such as champorado (a sweet chocolate rice porridge), corn grits for breakfast, and various types of polenta-like dishes.
To prepare bigas mais yellow corn grits, they are boiled in water or milk until they achieve a thick consistency. Depending on the recipe, sugar, milk, butter, or other flavorings may be added to achieve the desired taste.
These yellow corn grits have a distinctive flavor and can be versatile in both sweet and savory dishes. They provide dietary fiber and can be a good source of nutrients.
Similar to other types of corn grits, bigas mais yellow corn grits are an integral part of many traditional Filipino dishes, contributing to the diverse flavors and textures of Filipino cuisine.
Also known as: Gele Mais Gries Rice alternative, gluten free
Country of origin: Philippines
Content: 1 kilo