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Multi Grain Flour / Atta

₹ 180.00
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3 reviews
900 Gm

Benefits & More
  • Rich in Fibre – Helps improve the digestive system 
  • Contains Complex Carbohydrates – Help boost energy levels
  • Rich in Antioxidants – Protect cell damage 
  • Contains Magnesium & Phosphorous – Supports bone health 
  • Fibre Rich Flour – Helps in healthy weight management 
  • Rich source of B Vitamins – Supports brain function
  • Helps to keep a healthy gut
Description

Multigrain flour is made from a blend of different grains, such as wheat, jau bajra, Makka, jowar and black chana. This multigrain atta is known for its unique flavour and texture, which is more robust and nuttier compared to traditional all-purpose flour. It also contains more fibre, vitamins, and minerals than all-purpose flour, making it a healthier option for cooking and baking.

Organic Gyaan offers premium-quality best multigrain flour which can be used in a variety of baked goods, such as bread, cakes, pastries, and muffins. It is also an excellent option for making healthier versions of traditional recipes, as it can add an extra layer of nutrition to dishes like pancakes, waffles, and pasta. This flour is ideal for those looking to incorporate more whole grains into their diet, as it contains the benefits of multiple grains in one product.

Overall, multigrain flour is a versatile and nutritious option for those looking to add more whole grains to their diet. Its unique flavour and texture make it a great choice for a variety of baked goods, and its health benefits make it a worthwhile investment for anyone looking to make healthier choices.

Uses Of Multigrain Flour

  • It can be used to make rotis, chapatis and puris.
  • It makes an excellent ingredient for bakes items such as cakes, pastries, & muffins.
  • It can also be used to make delicious pancakes and waffles.
  • It can be used to make various snacks such as crackers, chakli, sev or biscuits.
  • It can also be used as a coating for foods such as vegetables to give them a crunchy texture.

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