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Homepride self raising and plain flour 50p each after 50p checkoutsmart cashback at Tesco *up to three redemptions
Homepride self raising and plain flour 50p each after 50p checkoutsmart cashback at Tesco *up to three redemptions

Homepride self raising and plain flour 50p each after 50p checkoutsmart cashback at Tesco *up to three redemptions

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Homepride 1kg self raising and plain flour [tin packaging] on offer for £1 at Tesco and also 50p cash back via checkoutsmart, making them 50p each after cash back.

Redeemable up to three times each.

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Thanks op will put it on my shopping list
Edited by: "maani12" 19th Feb

Thanks, I'll get some for my lovely wife.

I'm sure I heard her say that I never buy her flours anymore!

good find op, heat added

Pancakes...!

Thanks!

is there much difference between these flours and the 45p for 1.5kg in almost all the other supermarkets if u use for making samosas pizzas nan bread etc.

MynameisM

is there much difference between these flours and the 45p for 1.5kg in … is there much difference between these flours and the 45p for 1.5kg in almost all the other supermarkets if u use for making samosas pizzas nan bread etc.



Not really. The branded flours claim to be finer grains but in years of baking, I've never noticed it. The key difference between flours is the protein content (look at the nutritional information).

Bread and other yeasted doughs such as pizza dough need a 'strong' flour - meaning a higher protein content. Strong flours also absorb more liquid when you're using them.

Cakes and pastry work better with 'soft' flour - low protein content.

According to their website, Sainsbury's basic plain flour, their standard one and Homepride all have 9.7% protein.

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Not really. The branded flours claim to be finer grains but in years of … Not really. The branded flours claim to be finer grains but in years of baking, I've never noticed it. The key difference between flours is the protein content (look at the nutritional information). Bread and other yeasted doughs such as pizza dough need a 'strong' flour - meaning a higher protein content. Strong flours also absorb more liquid when you're using them. Cakes and pastry work better with 'soft' flour - low protein content.According to their website, Sainsbury's basic plain flour, their standard one and Homepride all have 9.7% protein.



​the Lidl ones and I think aldi the 45p bags are 9.4g and asda is 10.1g per 100 protein but that still makes better pizzas and nan breads etc in my opinion than asda why is that the reason.

Thank you

MynameisM

is there much difference between these flours and the 45p for 1.5kg in … is there much difference between these flours and the 45p for 1.5kg in almost all the other supermarkets if u use for making samosas pizzas nan bread etc.


I always bought smart price/value for baking , cakes rose ok but when this was on last time i bought it and it needs no sieving and cakes are even better

Yeah if I can get the app to work , it doesn't work anymore after the update , we need another update to fix the update

1.5kgs at Lidl 45p.
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