Chana Sattu 500 Gram

Rs. 110.00

Roasted Gram Flour

Suddh Chana Sattu

Description

Chana Sattu 500 Gram

The process of preparing Chana Sattu is ancient and is popular over a wide area of North India, particularly Bihar. It is also known as “desi horlicks” in the state of Bihar.

Sattu is used in regional cuisine to varying degrees. In Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Uttrakhand, Punjab and New Delhi use of Sattu is extensive and is used in several dishes. In Bihar it is commonly served cold for breakfast as a porridge or soft dough. Sweet dishes combine sattu with fruit slices, sugar and milk. In savoury dishes sattu may be flavored with green chili, lemon juice and salt. It is a popular stuffing in parathas. In Bihar, Sattu is prepared with toasted gram flour.

In the Punjab region, Sattu is prepared with toasted ground barley grains which are mixed with salt and turmeric and rolled into balls. Millet and corn grains are also used.

Chana Sattu is prepared by dry roasting grains or grams, mainly barley or bengal gram. The traditional way of preparing Chana Sattu involves the use of an iron vessel in which the grains or grams are roasted in sand. Afterwards they are sieved and then ground to a fine flour.

Chana Sattu is popular in the states of Uttar Pradesh, Uttrakhand, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Orissa and the Punjab region.

Sattu may also be known as Chhatua (in Oriya language) or archaically as Sat-Anaaj.

In the Punjab region, Sattu is prepared with toasted ground barley grains which are mixed with salt and turmeric and rolled into balls. Millet and corn grains are also used.

Chana Sattu is prepared by dry roasting grains or grams, mainly barley or bengal gram. The traditional way of preparing Chana Sattu involves the use of an iron vessel in which the grains or grams are roasted in sand. Afterwards they are sieved and then ground to a fine flour.

Chana Sattu is popular in the states of Uttar Pradesh, Uttrakhand, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Orissa and the Punjab region.

Sattu may also be known as Chhatua (in Oriya language) or archaically as Sat-Anaaj.

 

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