grano durum

/GRAH-noh DOO-rum/

Hard grain wheat, providing most flour used for pasta-making and generally milled into semolina. If it is used for bread it should be mixed with other grains and needs to be kneaded a great deal. Grano tenero is soft grain wheat used mainly for baking breads, cakes and biscuits (US: cookies).

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