Polenta. Properties

Polenta is a food carbohydrate obtained from maize, suitable for drying and grinding, with which you get a semolina that is used in the preparation of baby food, purees and pastes semicocidas to prepare basic food dishes or as accompaniment ( garrison) for other dishes more or less complex.
His great power energetic (314 kcal. Per 100g) and high natural vitamin content make it a product very nutritious and high dietary interest, while that is a staple in the cuisine of many countries. May be taken alone or in special preparations (polenta).

Indications for Polenta
Recommended for child feeding in cases of anemia or excessive thinness for celiac patients and children allergic to the protein gluten, soy and milk.

Preparing the Polenta
Take a quart of water or milk and approximately 125 grams of polenta, putting them in a saucepan over low heat until it's boiling, which should last 20 minutes, during which they must constantly stir with a wooden spoon ( never metal), until it acquires sufficient consistency that does not adhere to the container, being then ready for use.

Related topics:
The cereals and flour (wheat, semolina, rice, oats, corn). Properties and indications
The basis of the natural feeding
The laws of healing through food
The combination of food

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