Jaipur millet Flour
Jalpur Bajri millet Flour (millet) is milled and packed in the UK using only the best Millet. Jalpur flour is made from 100% Millet. The Jalpur brand is one of the UK’s leading flour and spices manufacturers.
Generally, millets are small-grained warm-weather cereals belonging to the grass family. They are highly tolerant of drought and other extreme weather conditions and have a similar nutrient content to other major cereals
Jalpur Bajri millet Flour
Millets are major food sources in arid and semiarid regions of the world and feature in the traditional cuisine of many others. In western India, sorghum (called jowar, jondhahlaa in Gujarati, Kannada, Telugu, Hindi and Marathi languages, respectively; mutthaari, kora, or panjappullu in Malayalam; or cholam in Tamil) has been commonly used with millet flour (called jowari in western India) for hundreds of years to make the local staple, hand-rolled (that is, made without a rolling pin) flatbread (rotla in Gujarati, bhakri in Marathi, or roti in other languages).
Another cereal grain is popularly used in rural areas and by poor people to consume as a staple in the form of roti. Other millets such as ragi (finger millet) in Karnataka, naachanie in Maharashtra, kezhvaragu in Tamil, “ragulu” in Telugu, with the popular ragi rotti and Ragi mudde is a popular meals in Karnataka.
Bajri millet Flour porridge is a traditional food in Russian, German, and Chinese сuisines. Russia, it is eaten sweet (with milk and sugar added at the end of the cooking process) or savoury with meat or vegetable stews. In China, it is eaten without milk or sugar, frequently with beans, sweet potato, and/or various types of squash. Germany, it is also eaten sweet, boiled in water with apples added during the boiling process and honey added during the cooling process.