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Sorghum Flour

We are manufacturers of Sorghum Flour also known as JOWAR ATTA.

We are Manufacturing/exporting GLUTEN - FREE Sorghum Flour.

We are also offering in VACUUM BAGS to maintain FRESHNESS of the product.
Sorghum Flour

Sorghum Flour

Rs 39  / KilogramGet Best Price
Packaging Size25 kg
BrandSwastik
Packaging Type25 kg
Ingredient TypeSorghum
Usage/ApplicationGluten free
CuisineIndian
Shelf Life1 Year
Country of OriginMade in India
Today sorghum remains a staple food in India and Africa, and is growing in popularity in America. The whole grain kernel is ground into flour that can be used for cooking and baking. Sorghum flour is a powerhouse of nutrition and adds a superb flavor to gluten-free baking. It is high in protein, iron, and dietary fiber, making sorghum flour welcome in pantries around the world. In addition, the starch and protein in sorghum take longer than other similar products to digest. This slow digestion is particularly helpful for those with diabetes. Traditionally this flour has been used as a cereal food to create pancakes, porridges, and flatbread throughout different cultures, such as jowar roti in India. In the United States it is becoming more common to use sorghum flour in baked goods. It can be added or substituted in any recipe that calls for flour like cakes, cookies, breads and muffins. While some gluten free flours, such as rice flour, can add a gritty texture to cookies or bread, sorghum flour has a smoother texture that many people prefer. Due to its very mild taste, sorghum flour is a great choice to incorporate into sweet breads, cookies, or the like. Using Sorghum in Gluten-Free Recipes: A variety of gluten-free flour mix brands contain sorghum flour blended with other Gluten Free flours, starches and leavening agents. Used alone sorghum produces dry, gritty baked goods- it needs to be used in a Gluten Free flour blend for good results.

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Sorghum Flour for Food

Rs 39  / KgGet Best Price
Today sorghum remains a staple food in India and Africa, and is growing in popularity in America. The whole grain kernel is ground into flour that can be used for cooking and baking. Sorghum flour is a powerhouse of nutrition and adds a superb flavor to gluten-free baking. It is high in protein, iron, and dietary fiber, making sorghum flour welcome in pantries around the world. In addition, the starch and protein in sorghum take longer than other similar products to digest. This slow digestion is particularly helpful for those with diabetes. Traditionally this flour has been used as a cereal food to create pancakes, porridges, and flatbread throughout different cultures, such as jowar roti in India. In the United States it is becoming more common to use sorghum flour in baked goods. It can be added or substituted in any recipe that calls for flour like cakes, cookies, breads and muffins. While some gluten free flours, such as rice flour, can add a gritty texture to cookies or bread, sorghum flour has a smoother texture that many people prefer. Due to its very mild taste, sorghum flour is a great choice to incorporate into sweet breads, cookies, or the like. Using Sorghum in Gluten-Free Recipes: A variety of gluten-free flour mix brands contain sorghum flour blended with other Gluten Free flours, starches and leavening agents. Used alone sorghum produces dry, gritty baked goods- it needs to be used in a Gluten Free flour blend for good results.

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Jowar Flour

Rs 39  / KgGet Best Price
Today sorghum remains a staple food in India and Africa, and is growing in popularity in America. The whole grain kernel is ground into flour that can be used for cooking and baking. Sorghum flour is a powerhouse of nutrition and adds a superb flavor to gluten-free baking. It is high in protein, iron, and dietary fiber, making sorghum flour welcome in pantries around the world. In addition, the starch and protein in sorghum take longer than other similar products to digest. This slow digestion is particularly helpful for those with diabetes. Traditionally this flour has been used as a cereal food to create pancakes, porridges, and flatbread throughout different cultures, such as jowar roti in India. In the United States it is becoming more common to use sorghum flour in baked goods. It can be added or substituted in any recipe that calls for flour like cakes, cookies, breads and muffins. While some gluten free flours, such as rice flour, can add a gritty texture to cookies or bread, sorghum flour has a smoother texture that many people prefer. Due to its very mild taste, sorghum flour is a great choice to incorporate into sweet breads, cookies, or the like. Using Sorghum in Gluten-Free Recipes: A variety of gluten-free flour mix brands contain sorghum flour blended with other Gluten Free flours, starches and leavening agents. Used alone sorghum produces dry, gritty baked goods- it needs to be used in a Gluten Free flour blend for good results.

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