Bob’s Red Mill is a great brand. I always buy his Almond flour for macarons. The corn flour you are talking about is the one used to make Masa, but you can use that to make bread also. Don’t confuse that with Corn Meal or corn starch, it is not the same, which I know you already are aware. Just do your search. It is out there. When I make Tamales (chicken) during the Holidays, I buy it in bulk, not just a small package, but it is the same as what you have. Good luck. let us know how it came out.
I followed following recipe;
Brazilian Cornbread ( Bread Machine )
Ingredients (suggested on above link)
milk 1 cup
water 1/4 cup + 3 tsp
corn flour, yellow, stone ground 188g
bread flour 318g
anise seed (not available)
active dry yeast 2 1/2 teaspoons
Machine setting: basic white bread
Bread crust: light brown
The top of the bread rose first and then collapsed before baking finished.
(see attached photo)
Texture is NOT bad but it tastes similar to biscuit rather than bread, easy to break.
Suggestion would be appreciated. Thanks
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