Beyond Wheat Flours: Why You Should Try Baking With Cornmeal

As you add more recipes to your baking repertoire, you might want to experiment more with different types of grains and flours. One grain that should be a common ingredient in your baking pantry is cornmeal. Here are some uses for cornmeal that can elevate your baking.  1. More authentic pizza and other Italian recipes.  Many Italian baking recipes use semolina flour, which is a grittier flour, to provide texture and keep dough from sticking.