Jowar / Sorghum Flour- Vegan (500g)


Sku: SS/FLR/25

  • 100% Pure

  • Freshly Milled on a small grinder (chakki)

  • Improves digestion

  • Boosts immunity

  • Good for heart

  • Gluten free

  • Rich source of protein

  • Regulates blood sugar

How to use: Add it to your daily diet by mixing jowar (sorghum) upto 50% to your whole wheat flour. You can add jowar to the idli rice batter in the ratio of 2:1 – jowar and rice respectively.
How to store: Store the flour in an air tight steel or glass container and in refrigerator for longer life. Ideally, it is advised to consume any flour within 30 days of milling. This is more so in case of our flour which is not treated by any chemicals for increasing shelf life. In the absence of any chemical treatment such flour is more prone to catch worm infestation too. So, buy in small quantity and consume it well in time.



Eat Right Basket’s Freshly milled vegan Jowar Flour, improves digestion as Jowar contains high amount of Fibre
Best for all ages, especially Fitness conscious for the extra dose of Protein.

Being rich in antioxidants, its good for the heart and diabetic friendly. Jowar is also an excellent gluten free flour.

Nutrition Fact: 100 grams of Jowar Flour is reported to contain 329 Calories, 11% Protein, 3.5% Fat,

6.7% Fibre, 72% Carbohydrate, 13mg Calcium and 3.36mg Iron.

How to use: Simply make freshly milled vegan Jowar Rotis for a full diet OR add one part of Jowar Flour to your daily
wheat flour while making dough and enjoy the high fibre goodness of Jowar every day. Make Jowar
Pooris as snacks – best for your kids and family.

How to store: Keep it in an airtight container


  • To a large bowl add the jowar flour, onion, green chili, ginger, cumin seeds, curry leaves, cilantro and salt. Mix well to combine.

  • In a small bowl add the yogurt and a cup of water. Whisk it to remove any lumps.

  • Add the yogurt mixture to the jowar flour. Mix it well to remove any lumps. Cover and set a side for 20 minutes.

  • After 20 minutes, add ¾ th cup of water to the batter. Mix it well. The consistency of the batter should be very similar to butter milk. (If you are not sure about the amount of water, make one dosa and check. If the dosa is thicker, add some more water)

  • To make the dosa, heat a cast iron skillet, once the pan is hot drizzle some oil and wipe it off with a paper towel.

  • Take a ladle full of batter and pour the batter about 6 inches above the pan, this will give us a nice lacey dosa. Pour the batter from outside to inside and fill in any gaps, making sure not to pour the batter on the same spot again. Cook the dosa in medium-high flame.

  • Cook the dosa for one minute. Now drizzle some oil on the sides and in the holes in the middle.

  • Cook for another 1-2 minutes, time depends on the heat and the pan used. Once the dosa looks crispy on the sides, you can use a spatula to loosen it up. Gently remove the dosa and serve with your favourite chutney.

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