Luvi Silverberg
November 10, 2022

How to Make Cornstarch Chunks

Introduction

If you're an avid cook, you probably already know that cornstarch is a great way to thicken sauces and soups. But did you know that by adding some extra ingredients, such as cocoa powder or cheese, it can also be transformed into something fun to eat? This recipe will show

Cooking

Cooking

This recipe requires cooking. You will need to heat the cornstarch, sugar and water in a pot over medium heat until all of the ingredients are dissolved. Once everything is dissolved, turn up the heat to high for about 2 minutes. The mixture will begin to boil at this point and you can add in your butter or oil before continuing along with your other steps.

Cornstarch

Cornstarch is a carbohydrate and can be found in cooking, baking, and candy making. It’s also used as a thickener for sauces and gravies.

Cornstarch is made from corn; the starch that's extracted from the corn kernels becomes cornstarch. The leftover parts of these kernels are used to make ethanol fuel or animal feed, but this article focuses on the starch itself!

Chunks

Cornstarch chunks are a popular, kid-friendly style of slime that can be made using cornstarch and water. They have a unique texture that feels like tiny pieces of styrofoam or bubble wrap.

To make them, simply pour the cornstarch into a bowl and slowly add water while stirring until it reaches your desired consistency. The more you add to your mixture, the thicker it will get so you may need to add more or less depending on what kind of chunk size/texture you want.

Takeaway:

Cornstarch chunks are a great way to add a crunchy texture to your recipes. They can be used in place of breadcrumbs, and work as a coating for meat and fish. These cornstarch chunks are so easy to make, you’ll wonder why you didn't try them sooner!

Conclusion

Cornstarch is a cheap, easy-to-use material that can be used to make a number of interesting things. One of these is cornstarch chunks, which are small spheres made from cornstarch and water. These are great for making models, decorations or even toys for kids!