Semolina
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British pronunciation/sˌɛməlˈiːnɐ/
American pronunciation/ˌsɛməˈɫinə/
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small pieces of crushed durum or similar wheat grains used in making pasta and pudding

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What is "semolina"?

Semolina is a coarse flour made from durum wheat, a hard variety of wheat known for its high protein and gluten content. It has a pale yellow color and a slightly gritty texture. Semolina is commonly used in pasta-making, where its coarse texture helps to create a firm and resilient pasta dough that holds its shape well during cooking. It is also used in the production of couscous, a staple food in North African and Middle Eastern cuisines. Additionally, semolina is used in baking to make certain types of bread, cakes, and desserts, where its coarse texture adds a unique crumb and chewiness to the finished product.

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The pastry chef used semolina in her tart crust recipe, achieving a delicate and flaky texture.
They decided to make homemade gnocchi using semolina, creating pillowy dumplings that were a hit at their dinner party.
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