Natco Semolina Coarse 1.5kg - 75p @ Sainsbury's
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Natco Semolina Coarse 1.5kg - 75p @ Sainsbury's

£0.75£1.2540%Sainsbury's Deals
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Natco Semolina Coarse 1.5kg - 75p @ Sainsbury's
Posted 16th Sep 2020
Naturally low in fat

A source of fibre and protein

No additives or preservatives

Suitable for Vegetarians


Low in fat, semolina is traditionally used for puddings, pasta and many varieties of Indian Sweets.
Natco Coarse Semolina is sifted from the finest quality freshly milled Durum Wheat and adds a delicious crunchy texture to many cakes and biscuits when baking.
It also makes a wholesome alternative to bread crumbs.
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One for the weekend shopping list 🔥
When I've finished with this sooji it's no longer low in fat!! Lol... Need to stock up
Yuk, who eats this? At least Tapioca is tasty.
zworld16/09/2020 10:46

Yuk, who eats this? At least Tapioca is tasty.


Great for homemade pizzas. Add to dough and use underneath when cooking for a crispy base.
TomBarber16/09/2020 11:41

Great for homemade pizzas. Add to dough and use underneath when cooking …Great for homemade pizzas. Add to dough and use underneath when cooking for a crispy base.



Semolina for pizza??? I thought it was baby food or a cheat way to make halwa.
zworld16/09/2020 11:57

Semolina for pizza??? I thought it was baby food or a cheat way to make …Semolina for pizza??? I thought it was baby food or a cheat way to make halwa.


Try it. Makes amazing pizza dough, although I tend to use fine in the dough itself and coarse sprinkled on after.
Edited by: "Bloxk" 16th Sep
Great deal
Good instead of breadcrumbs for fried chicken etc.
Might try some when I'm 70 years old
Great for semolina porridge. Love it made with milk, sugar, cardomon and sometimes raisins. Food of the Gods. So much tastier than quinoa or buckwheat porridge.

In some South American countries I heard they make something similar for breakfast, it translates as ~ 'cream of wheat'. I wonder if it's the same thing?
Edited by: "123sonny123" 16th Sep
zworld16/09/2020 10:46

Yuk, who eats this? At least Tapioca is tasty.


Opposite here. Love Semolina, don't like Tapioca
zworld16/09/2020 11:57

Semolina for pizza??? I thought it was baby food or a cheat way to make …Semolina for pizza??? I thought it was baby food or a cheat way to make halwa.


I always put Semolina in my pizza dough. Like TomBarber said, it makes the base nice and crispy.

For 2 pizza bases:

250g Strong White Bread Flour
150g Semolina
2tsp caster sugar
1tsp dried yeast
Pinch of salt and pepper
1:4 Olive Oil and warm water to bind
ZanyAngel16/09/2020 20:30

Opposite here. Love Semolina, don't like Tapioca


Me too. I read up some negative things about tapioca, especially for those wanting to avoid getting a belly. Plus it tastes awful
zworld16/09/2020 10:46

Yuk, who eats this? At least Tapioca is tasty.


I make an excellent cake from semolina and also making a dish with beef meay inside the semolina dough and of course you make couscous from semolina.

unfortunately, none left at my local Sainsbury's
Edited by: "rits2015" 17th Sep
123sonny12317/09/2020 06:54

Me too. I read up some negative things about tapioca, especially for … Me too. I read up some negative things about tapioca, especially for those wanting to avoid getting a belly. Plus it tastes awful


Better than sago...
Nigella sprinkles this over her greased roasters...
Edited by: "dvdvicar" 19th Sep
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