1. Different manufacturing processes:
Cassava powder: refers to the powdery particles obtained by crushing and drying the peeled cassava, or the powdery particles obtained by crushing and drying the peeled cassava, generally produced by family-style workshops.
Cassava starch: It is the starch processed through the whole assembly line. The processing process is relatively complex, including peeling, cleaning, crushing, screening, filtering, concentration, dehydration, drying, screening, etc. The fine and high-quality powder particles obtained are generally produced by the industrial assembly line.
2. Different uses of cassava powder:
Cassava powder is generally powdery particles, which will appear transparent after boiling with water in case of heat. The taste of cassava powder is Q-shaped. Cassava flour is mostly used in food processing, such as dessert dumplings, pudding or crystal dumplings.
Cassava starch: cassava starch is a kind of fine powder, which will not form a mass when heated with water. Cassava starch is generally used as a condiment in life. When cooking or making soup, cassava starch will play a role in juice collection. When frying some foods, cassava starch can also be wrapped on the outer layer of the ingredients, which will make the fried food more crisp.