Jowar is known to humankind since ancient ages. It belongs to millet family. Jowar is the Indian name for the millet Sorghum. The grains were a staple diet of farmers in many parts of India. However, with the passage of time and with the introduction of other grains, Jowar lost its prime position on the dining table. But modern research and its time-tested health benefits are restoring its past glory.
These white millets can be consumed by preparing various delicious recipes. Jowar grains can be boiled and stews or soups can be prepared. The white grains can be ground into fine powder and can be used as flour for making bhakris or bread. Jowar flour is used to make sumptuous omelette and dosa which are easy to digest by both the children and elderly alike.
Health Benefits of Jowar flour:
The nutritive value of Jowar is high. It is a … Read More