Xanthan Gum is a powdered thickening agent commonly found in items from salad dressings to cosmetics. If you’re vegan or have an egg allergy, xanthan gum is a great substitute binder in cakes and other baked goods. You can also use it to add a luxurious texture to smoothies, sauces, and condiments. In addition to cooking and baking with it, you can use xanthan gum to thicken your homemade shampoos and |shower gels. A little goes a long way, so if you buy a bag of xanthan gum, you’ll have plenty on hand to try out all of its versatile uses. When you add xanthan gum in powdered or dissolved forms to a liquid, be sure to stir constantly until the liquid thickens. Or if you’re adding xanthan gum in powdered form to dry ingredients, such as flour, whisk it in thoroughly to disperse it evenly.
Perfect then for the world of slimming, use it to thicken your curries, stews and anything else that needs that wee bit of thickening.
Suitable for Vegetarians
Ingredients: Allergens in Capitals
Packed on suppliers premises that handles NUTS, PEANUTS, CEREALS, and products containing GLUTEN
NB: Product prices are introductory offers and will be subject to change