About Crunchy Vegetable Dal Sattu Croquettes Recipes: Perfect snacks to go with your evening cup of piping hot tea, these lentil croquettes are easy and quick to prepare with just a few ingredients.
Sattu Paratha is a family member of Indian breads, most popular in the Bihar region of India where it is a staple food. Sattu is full of fibre, and essential nutrients like protein thus making ...
About Sattu Cooler Recipe: This sweet delight is known for its cooling properties. It is popular across the country and has its own variations in states like Punjab, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. Once popular ...
The classic sattu paratha recipe, improvised and simplified!
Litti is a popular snack of Bihar made with sattu. This version is filled with spices and baked.
Here we bring you a 'sattu ka sharbat' pre-mix recipe that will make your job even easier in between the morning rush. Alongside, this drink has several health benefits too.
Sattu is a kind of flour typically made of roasted Bengal gram, also known as chana dal. Sattu flour is a popular food in Bihar but is also consumed in other parts of the country.
Cheela is one of the most popular breakfast dishes across India. Inclusion of nutrient-rich sattu to it makes this cheela a wholesome meal to start the day with.
Bollywood actor Shilpa Shetty, who has also made a mark for herself as a prolific home chef, dishes out recipe of sattu drink, which is healthy, easy to make, and of course, yummy.
The ancient Indian flour-like mixture- Sattu could be used to make drink (sherbet), paratha and variety of snacks.
Shilpa Shetty has revealed an easy breakfast recipe from her own kitchen - Oats Sattu Upma. It is rich in protein and equipped with dietary fibre.
At a time when ancient Indian ingredients are being brought to the spotlight and being tagged as superfood for their numerous health benefits, finding restaurant dishes starring them as lead characters is a welcome change.
Sattu Sharbat is one of my favorite childhood summer drinks. This sweet delight that originated in Bihar is known for its cooling properties.
When we found out that Mahinder Singh and his sons sell the sattu drink in Old Delhi, we had to try it!
One of the most indigenous protein sources of India, sattu is no stranger to the locals of Bihar, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, UP & West Bengal.