Pea flour is a flour produced from yellow field peas that have been roasted.



  • The uses of peasemeal is similar to maize meal in baking, porridge and quick breads. Peasemeal has had a long history in Great Britain and is still used in Scotland for dishes such as brose and bannocks. Brose is similar to farina in its consumption by the addition of boiling water or stock to the peasemeal then eaten immediately with butter, pepper, salt, sugar or raisins.


  • Whole yellow pea flour could be used to create low-GI foods with similar sensory characteristics to whole wheat flour, according to a new study from the Journal of Food Science.

  • Low in fat
  • High in fiber


  • No side effects are known.


  • Unknown, please consult your nutritionist.

Other names

  • peasemeal


Source: Wikipedia,


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