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Corn flour is very finely ground cornmeaI whereas cornflour is another name for cornstarch
Flour corn (Zea mays var. amylacea) is a variety of corn with a soft starchy endosperm and a thin pericarp. It is primarily used to make corn flour.
This type, frequently found in Aztec and Inca graves, is widely grown in the drier parts of the United States, western South America and South Africa. The large-seeded corns of Peru are used in the preparation of chicha. In South Africa they are known as bread mealies. The six major types of corn are dent corn, flint corn, pod corn, popcorn, flour corn, and sweet corn.
Corn flour is very finely ground cornmeal, typically used as a coating for fried foods. ... Usually, though not always, corn flour (the coating) is written as two words while cornflour (UK terminology), the other name for cornstarch, is written as one word.