Buckwheat flour

Cooking Recipes Catalogue

Buckwheat flour, ground from the seeds of an herbaceous plant originating in Asia, has an earthy, slightly sour flavor that is usually tempered in commercial products by the addition of a little wheat flour.

For other flour types, see all-purpose, bread, brown rice, cake, corn, gluten, oat, rice, rye, seven-grain, and whole-wheat flours.