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I recently bought this atta after reading recommendations here from other members and I am glad to say that I totally agree !!! I have tried it in all ways making parathas, pooris as well as chapatis and they all turned out super delicious. The pooris were much easier to roll out than the ones from regular wheat atta and fry to a beautiful golden color . Also even after they got cold , they didn't get stretchy at all and was very easy to chew and break. Even my mom who is visiting from India and four year old son loved it.
I don't use soy or barley or oats that much otherwise and this flour has soy, ragi, chana dal, oats ,barley and maize in addition to wheat which makes it super healthy !! So it is going to be a repeat buy for me for sure .
Yesterday night, my wife made awesome pooris. I am not surprised now why she insisted on this multigrains atta. Would love to eat pooris frequently, if made from this atta. Tasty and Healthy!!!
Agreed ! Super like this atta. Have been using it for a couple of years and the rotis do not become pappadum if you make them ahead of time and keep them!! Haven't tried freezing them but I am sure they will freeze well too!!
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