One might assume that Tiger nut flours are made from nuts, as its name implies, but they’re not. They come from a starchy powder made from root vegetables. It’s rich in prebiotic fiber, iron, potassium, protein, magnesium, zinc, and vitamins E and C.
You can add tiger nut flour to baked goods or create a roux for soup or stew. It also can be used to thicken or flavor a variety of products, such as jam or ice cream.