Buckwheat features not just in India but across the globe as well. This ancient grain can be used to make a number of delicious recipes.
There has been a lot of debate in the food space for a long time that if buckwheat is healthier than wheat or vice versa. Let's compare the two.
While soba is traditionally eaten plain with dipping sauce and herbs or in a hot broth, the noodle is finding its way onto Western plates because of its versatility and good flavor.
As many as 32 people fell ill after consuming food preparations made from kuttu ka atta (buckwheat flour) on the first day of Navratri 2020.
Learn how to make kuttu ki puri with this easy recipe. Since it is not permitted to consume atta (whole wheat flour) or maida (refined flour) during fasts, many people use buckwheat flour to make ...
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Chapatis are integral to Indian meals. They contain good amounts of fibre and other micro-nutrients and you can make gluten-free versions of chapatis with a number of flours including gram flour, rice flour, amaranth flour, ...
This papdi made with kuttu flour is baked. Yogurt, pomegranate and ginger bring their own flavours plus healthful properties to this delectable dish.
Nowadays, you can easily get kuttu ka atta or buckwheat flour in your local grocery stores. The same can be used to make a gamut of snacks and dishes, for instance, this kuttu cheela.
Reportedly, all the people who were admitted ate kuttu ka atta - a popular food ingredient consumed during Navratri.