What Are Some Substitutes for Cornstarch in Pudding?

What Are Some Substitutes for Cornstarch in Pudding?

Hali Bey Ramdene
May 23, 2016
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Q: What can I use in place of cornstarch when making a pudding? Also, is the substitution a one-to-one ratio?

Sent by Patricia

Editor: Arrowroot is great a substitute for pudding, and in my opinion, turns out a superior product since its flavor tends to be more neutral than cornstarch. About two teaspoons of arrowroot flour equals 1 tablespoon cornstarch, so be sure to make the switch accordingly. Tapioca or rice flour are other great options as well.

Kitchn readers, how you do make pudding without cornstarch?

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