A specially grown variety of wheat in Shekhawati, this flour is dry processed to get the taste of the original home-ground, high-fiber Roti Atta.
Wheat in the form of Roti/ Chapati/ Poori/ Parantha contains many nutrients and is a major source of nourishment for many.
The present day Wheat Atta sold in the market is very finely ground, it sometimes contain non beneficial additives. Above all the Wheat itself is also contaminated with chemicals and pesticides, adversely affecting the health of the consumers.
Morarka Organic has introduced 100 % CERTIFIED Organic Wheat chakki atta. It is not only free from chemicals and pesticides, but is also very tasty and digestive as it contains all the roughage material naturally present in the Wheat and thus is also very good for the health.
This Wheat Chakki Atta with protein, gluten content of 9% (on dry basis), medium hardness, fine and crumbly texture, extraction efficiency of < 69% is good for making chapattis which is creamy white in color and aromatic. Wheat Chakki Atta is made from grinding of wheat used for human consumption. The granules are so fine, that 70% of flour passes through + .2mm - .3mm sieve. The low gluten content makes the flour easy to chew and masticate. The medium hardness adds on to the strength and toughness of the flour which attributes to the stretch ability of the product and allows it to roll into thin Rotis, Puris or Paranthas. Stone grinding generates high temperature, giving atta an aroma of light dry roast.
|Nutrition Facts per 100 Gram(s)*|
|Calories:- 244 kcal||Calories from Fat: 6.03|
|Total Fat||0.67 Gram(s)|
|Total Carbohydrates||58.54 Gram(s)|
|Dietary Fiber||1.53 Gram(s)|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Posted by Ritu on 8th Mar 2013
We could immediately taste the difference after the first bite. Definitely switched over and worth the switch for the benefit of my family.
Posted by Amalendu on 18th Jan 2013
Organic wheat floor we purchased from organic Bazar is much superior in taste and texture.Hot roti made withis is really worth eating.
Posted by Healthy Eater on 18th Jan 2013
The atta is chewy, tastes good. But the idea of someone eating organic does't end with just taste, it needs to be healthier. Your atta needs more fiber, as roti is a staple food this is the only way to get more nutrients and fiber. It may be better to creat a second line of atta with more fiber, with added wheat germ(full of nutrients)+\- flax.