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Ragi Flour (Millet Flour) 1kg - Ragi flour, also known as finger millet or red millet, is consumed worldwide and produced in an innovative way. For many, it is an important part of their daily diet and very nutritious. Ragi is a source of the amino acid methionine and is rich in calcium, protein, minerals, and vitamins. It can be used to prepare rotis but is also suitable for soups.
Sorghum flour is healthy flour that is gluten-free and contains a high protein content. It is also high in anti-oxidants and Vitamins E & B complex. This makes it suitable for a variety of dishes because like tofu, jowar absorbs flavours well. It is high in magnesium and calcium.
Dosa is a popular South Indian thin crepe made with fermented rice and lentil batter. ... Dosa is made by soaking and blending black gram lentils (urad dal) and rice to a batter. Then the fermented batter is spread like a crepe on a hot griddle or tawa.
Kuttu or buckwheat atta is a fruit seed, which is why it is allowed to be consumed during fasting. The flour has a nutty flavour and is a gluten-free alternative to the regular wheat flour.
Maida is a white flour from the Indian subcontinent, made from wheat. Finely ground without bran, refined and bleached, very much resembles dough flour. Maida is widely used in making fast food, baked goods such as cakes, bread, several varieties of sweets and traditional flat bread.
Rajgira flour is made from the seeds of the amaranth plant. ... In India, its called Ramdana Flour in Hindi and used extensively during religious festivals for fasting. Ramdana means God's seed and hence its used on festive occasions. Amaranth flour can be used for making pastas and baked goods.
Rice flour is made from ground raw rice and is used to make rice noodles and some pancakes, such as South Indian appams. It can be used to thicken soups and stews, as well as providing an alternative to wheat flour in cakes and biscuits.