Masa harina is a unique kind of flour made from maize that has been cooked in lime water through a process called Nixtamalization, invented by the Aztecs thousands of years ago. The maize is finely ground and then dried and sieved to form a flour. It is gluten and GMO free, and can be used to make corn tortillas, tamales, sopes, pupusas, gorditas, empanadas and many more Mexican dishes.
- Masa harina flour
- Made from maize
- Gluten and GMO free
- Used for making corn tortillas, empanadas, and other Mexican dishes
- Weight: 1kg
- For best results, store in properly sealed bag, refrigerated
- Shelf life: 9 months