- Ekdum Ghar Jaisi Roti
- Balanced Nutrition
- Wheat Free
- Made with 100% natural ingredients
- Freshly packed and delivered
‘Tiny stature, and a very large heart’, that’s what Jowari has, literally. Also known as Sorghum, this gluten free grain is good for the heart in more ways than one. The exceptional fibre content is good for the gut, and with Jiwa’s milling process, the goodness of the grain multiplies manifold. Go ahead, please your taste buds, and still watch the weight with ease with this grain worth its weight in gold!
Storage & Shelf Life
Best before 6 months from date of manufacturing, fresher the better! Conventionally stored in tin boxes away from moisture and heat.
- Make a smooth dough with 1 cup JIWA Organic Jowari atta, with salt and pepper, and warm water.Drizzle 1 teaspoon of oil towards the end and knead until the dough comes away from the sides of the pan and is smooth.
- Divide the dough into lemon size portions. Take a portion of the dough and dust it with flour.
- Roll the dough into a 5 to 6 inch diameter circle. Place the rolled out dough on a preheated skillet and cook for a few seconds until small bubbles appear on the surface.
- Flip and cook the roti for a few seconds and place it over the open flame. Cook till the roti puffs up. Serve hot smeared with ghee or butter.
Make jowar cupcakes, by substituting the refined flour in any cupcake recipe with 50% whole wheat and 50% jowari atta.
Per 100gm (approx values)
Calories 359 Kcal
Protein 8.4 g
Fat 3.3 g
Fibre 3.3 g
Jowar is called by several names such as durra, Egyptian millet, great millet, kafir corn, feterita, guinea corn, Sudan grass, milo, Juwar, Jwari in Marathi, Cholam in Tamil, Jolal in Kannada and Jonnalu in Telugu. Talk about versatility!
Appearance: Quiet white – just simply a quiet white!
Aroma: This one is a secret keeper. Won’t spill any beans till cooked fully. Besides the nuttiness of the jowari, the atta doesn’t give away much whiff about the beauty it really is. Wait and watch.
Taste notes: Relish the deeply satisfying taste of jowari millet while the mild flavour of sea salt lingers on. The strong, earthy taste of bengal gram is deeply gratifying even with the quiet appearance, and combines with others to give gratification like the ‘storm after the lull’!