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A granular, hard wheat flour, often from durum wheat left after bolting. It"s the main ingredient of dried pasta and some milk puddings; and in Italy for gnocchi and croquettes.
The word 'semolina' is derived from the Latin - 'simila' - meaning fine flour.
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