Made from the amaranth grain, this flour has been specially stone ground to preserve its moisture and nutrient content. Amaranth is hailed as a superfood and is naturally gluten-free.
- Ingredients: Amaranth (Rajgira) flour
- Shelf Life: 3 months
HEALTH BENEFITS OF AMARANTH FLOUR
- Rich in highly bioavailable protein
- Being high in fibre, it helps in digestion and in lowering cholesterol
- Contains good amounts of calcium, iron and B vitamins and is gluten free
USES OF AMARANTH FLOUR
- It can be used to make rotis which can be eaten with vegetables and lentils. can also be used to make pancakes. Follow the Amaranth Pancake recipe here.
- It can be used to bake healthy crackers and be eaten with dips and condiments
- It can also be used to make a range of Indian sweets. Follow the Amaranth Halwa recipe here to treat your taste buds.
What does Amaranth taste like?
Amaranth has an earthy taste similar to brown rice and is nutty as well which makes it suitable for both sweet and savoury dishes.