Powder of staple food "Chapati" of North India "Ata (wheat whole grain flour)".
India's Ata is finer than the Japanese "whole grueling", fine texture, finished in a good way. Please also use traditional Chapati , Parata and Indian sweets such as Radou and Halwa, general pancakes and cookies, confectionery materials, bakery materials as well.
? Another more rich texture and fragrance with another ata → "Multigrain Ata"
? New appearance! "Chapati (Roti)"
made with "Ata" which also contained soft finish → "gold ata" wheat bran (seed coat, embryo etc) was also nutritious and contains a lot of dietary fiber and vitamins and minerals It is an important nutrient source in India where vegetarians (vegetarians) are many because they are. Speaking in Japan it is like 'brown rice rice'. Northern Indian curry uses plenty of creams and nuts, rich and rich curry with a lot of richness, so many "chapati" with crisp texture and fragrance match well.
In India, baked bread "Chapati" made with "Ata" instead of "Nan" is routinely eaten as a staple food in the general household of North India. Compared with "Nan" which is fermented and must be baked in a special kettle, "Chapati" kneads and kneads up to the table for about 10 to 20 minutes. So, when you eat curry please try challenging "Chapati" making.
?Tips ? In the same recipe as "Chapati" , if you deeply feel fried and fried thick, you will be fried bread in India "Puri" . Please also wrap a curry or side dish with little moisture and a lap roll like lunch box. As soon as you bake, Chapati paints plenty of ghee and wraps it in a clean wipe with a dedicated warmer or a larger tupper until you eat it, you can keep warmth and softness.
???? Halal (HALAL FOOD / Helal food) With halal mark.
?HALAL FOOD ? This product is Halal certified " HALAL FOOD ". Package includes Halal certification mark.
(17002) (Pillsbury) Indian Atta 1 kg
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