Bajra Flour

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Master Cook Bajra Flour is made using carefully selected Bajra (black millet) which undergoes a 4-step cleaning process and then grounded to a fine flour. Bajra flour is rich is magnesium, potassium and fiber. Bajra flour can be used like common flour to make a range of dishes like roti’s, cakes, kichadi and many more.

What are the health benefits of Bajra Flour?

Bajra flour is gluten-free, good for digestion, a good source of iron, phosphorus, and healthy omega-3 fats, improves cardiac health, and aids in diabetes prevention.

How to store Bajra Flour?

Bajra flour should be kept in an airtight container away from dust and moisture. It can also be kept in an airtight container in the refrigerator.

Which dishes can be made out of Mastercook Bajra Flour?

Bajra flour can be used to make a variety of dishes such as bajra roti, bajra multi grain bread, dhebra, and bajra paratha.

Can Bajra Flour be eaten daily?

Bajra Flour has a larger calorie content than wheat flour but, the higher protein and essential nutrient content compensate for it. Thus, it is highly recommended that you include it in your daily diet.

Is Bajra easier to digest?

Dishes made from bajra will give you the same feeling of fullness as dishes made from wheat flour. It will also be easy on your digestive system because it is gluten-free.