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Sprouted Ragi Flour 500g

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Product Description

Sathva sprouted ragi flour is made from the humble ragi millet, a nutrient-packed grain . We start by thoroughly washing and soaking the ragi for a full 8 hours, allowing it to awaken and absorb moisture, enhancing its natural properties.

Next comes the sprouting phase, where the ragi is nurtured to sprout, unlocking even more nutritional benefits and making it easier for your body to digest. This sprouting process not only increases the bioavailability of nutrients but also imparts a mild, pleasant flavor to the flour.

Once sprouted to perfection, the ragi is carefully dried to preserve its goodness. Finally, we grind the sprouted ragi into a fine flour, ready to grace your kitchen.

 

Uses of SPROUTED RAGI FLOUR

Sprouted Ragi Flour is a versatile ingredient that you can easily incorporate into dishes. Here are some ideas:

Baked Goods:  

Substitute a portion of your regular flour with sprouted ragi flour when baking bread for added nutrients and a nutty flavor.

Incorporate ragi flour into muffin or pancake batter for a hearty and nutritious breakfast or snack.

Porridge and Breakfast Bowls:

Make a wholesome breakfast porridge by cooking sprouted ragi flour with milk or water and adding your favorite toppings like fruits, nuts, and honey.

Create breakfast bowls by layering sprouted ragi flour porridge with yogurt, granola, and fresh berries for a nutritious and satisfying meal.

Healthy Snacks:

Prepare homemade energy bars or balls using sprouted ragi flour, nuts, seeds, dried fruits, and a binder like honey or nut butter.

Bake crispy crackers or savory cookies using sprouted ragi flour, herbs, and spices for a nutritious snack option. 

Make ragi roti or pancakes by combining sprouted ragi flour with water, salt, and optional ingredients like chopped vegetables or herbs. 

Add sprouted ragi flour to homemade ice cream or smoothie bowls for added fiber and nutrients. 

Batter for Frying:

Create a crispy coating for vegetables, tofu by dipping them in a batter made from sprouted ragi flour, spices, and water before frying or baking.

 

Benefits of sprouted ragi flour

Sprouted ragi flour contains enzymes that aid digestion, making it gentler on the digestive system and reducing the likelihood of digestive discomfort.

It is a good source of dietary fiber, which promotes digestive health, regulates blood sugar levels, and supports weight management. It provides a significant amount of plant-based protein.

Sprouted ragi flour has a low glycemic index and naturally gluten-free.

It is packed with essential nutrients like calcium, iron, magnesium, and B vitamins. It is also rich in calcium and other bone-strengthening minerals,  reducing the risk of osteoporosis.