Milled on a small chakki, Ragi Flour retains its nutrition and moisture content. Ideal for any health-conscious person. Remember, a high-fibre diet lowers your cholesterol levels and helps prevent constipation. Fibre helps regulate blood sugar levels, especially in individuals with diabetes.
Nutrition Fact: Ragi Atta is a gluten-free flour and a good source of calcium, magnesium, iron and dietary fibre. It also contains high amounts of protein and Vitamin D. 1 cup of Ragi Flour (about 119 gms) contains 13% of the daily protein requirement of a human body and 8% of potassium needed.
How to use: Add a portion of Ragi Flour in wheat flour to incorporate it into a regular diet. Eating Ragi or Mandua Roti with a smear of desi cow ghee has been an age-old tradition in villages especially in cold places. In South India Ragi Laddoos bear a special place. It is popular to offer Ragi laddoo with groundnut and jaggery to pregnant women for the extra protein, iron and fibre.
How to store: Store the flour in an airtight steel or glass container and in a refrigerator for longer life. Ideally, it is advised to consume any flour within 30 days of being milled. This is more so in the case of our flour which we do not treat with any chemicals to increase 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