Taro powder

Taro powder is a starchy flour made by grinding dried taro root into a fine powder. It has a subtle nutty, earthy flavor and light grey color. Taro powder works well as a gluten-free, nut-free flour substitute in baking, adding structure and binding to baked goods like breads, cookies, and cakes. It also thickens soups, stews, and sauces when mixed with liquid. Taro powder is often used in Hawaiian, Chinese, and Southeast Asian cuisine.