How to Make Soy Flour




Introduction: How to Make Soy Flour

Freshly ground homemade soy flour. Add soy's nutrient by replacing up to 30% of soy flour in your recipe. Replace 5% of flour used in your favorite bread recipe to get a lighter loaf.

Soy flour is rich with soy isoflavones, low carb, wheat free and gluten free.

Tips: Soy flour brown more quickly, keep an eye on your baking.


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Step 2: Boiling

Boil 1 cup of soy bean in 5 cups of water for 25 minutes. Add pinch of baking soda in boiling water. Baking soda soften the beans and reduce cooking time.

Step 3: Roast Until Dry at 230°F/110°C

Drain and rinse the blanched soybean. Spread the soybean in a single layer on a baking tray, then roast in the oven for 1 hour 20 minutes at 230°F/110°C, or until the bean completely dry.

Step 4: Ground the Bean

Process the dry bean in grain mill or blender.

Step 5: Sieve the Flour

Sieve with a fine shifter until it reaches the consistency of flour. Store up to a year in airtight container.

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    Answer 2 years ago

    Soaking and cooking the beans will remove the raw bean flavor as well as the antinutrients naturally found in seed and beans. Boiling will also help the texture so that after roasting it will be easier on which ever machine you use to grind them and raw dried beans are very hard similar to pebbles. I hope that helped :)


    3 years ago

    I made it! Easy!

    Mixing 30% (by weight) with 70% by weight either wheat semolina or corn grits, and a dash of oil, then cooking it like porridge makes a very filling porridge, that is commonly seen on "feed the children" ads. It's actually quite good. In famine relief work, the mixes are called Wheat Soy Blend (WSB) or Corn Soy Blend (CSB). Makes a much more satisfying cornbread, too!