Details of Bajri Flour
- This greyish flour with a strong nutty aroma and a very slightly bittersweet after taste, is made of millet, commonly known as bajra in North India and ragi in the south, is mixed with atta for bread. It is also mixed with rice flour to make Puttu (South Indian style steamed rice cake).
- The delicious bajra rotis are a storehouse of nutrition.
- Rich in fiber, proteins and essential minerals, pearl millet flour is a healthy gluten- free alternative to wheat.
- Bajra contains phytic acid, tannins and phenols, all potent antioxidants which help in preventing ageing and metabolic diseases like heart disease, stroke and cancer
Tips to make A Bajra roti
- Bajra roti should be serve immediately hot because after keeping it even for sometime makes them dry and hard. So make sure you make itright when you’ll be serving it.
- If you have electric stove then take rack and place it over the burner, and then cook roti over the rack.