Multigrain Flour for Chapatti/Roti







Multigrain flour contains more than one grain, you can buy this flour from the shop but if you prepare at home so much control in your hands. Multigrain flour foods provide essential nutrition's and your food becomes LOW GI, grains such as millet, soya and chickpea flours are a significant source of protein.

If one wants to include complex carbohydrate food in your diet, start incorporating multigrain flour in your cooking. This flour can be used in various recipes. I buy various flours and mix them with wholemeal flour when I make chapatti. I use 3/4 wholemeal flour and 1/4 multigrain flour.



Recipes made with Multigrain flour

1. Multigrain Dudhi Thepla

2. Multigrain Butternut Squash Achari Thepla


You will need :-
  • 1/2 cup Soya flour
  • 1/2 cup chickpea flour
  • 1/2 cup Bajra flour ( millet )
  • 1/2 cup Juwar flour ( sorghum )
  • 1/2 cup Barley flour ( Jav )
Method :-
Mix all the flours.
Store in an airtight container.
Add a few tbsp. with wheat flour when you make chapatti or any other dish.



5 comments

  1. HI JAGRUTI,
    VERY GOOD POST AND PERFECT FOR OUR EVENT THEME. GREAT ONE,

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  2. Very healthy option Jagruti.. we don't get shorghum, bajra , jowar here.. but we do get soya flour..I will check out in the market for some other options.

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  3. good info shared....love the home made multigrain....great post...

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  4. I love millet flour - it looks a funny grey colour but it's so tasty!

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