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Prakruthi Jowar Roti 1000g
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Prakruthi ragi roti 1000g
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Ragi Millet Roti  5 Nos
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Prakruthi Sajja roti 1000g
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Bakery Rotis

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Rotis are Indian flatbreads traditionally made from whole wheat flour, water, and salt. They are a staple in many Indian households and are commonly served with curries, dal, or other vegetable dishes.

Varieties of Roti

There are many varieties of roti, each with its unique taste and texture.

Jowar Roti

  • Jowar roti is typically thinner than other Indian bread, such as chapati or naan, and has a slightly coarse texture. It is also gluten-free, making it a popular option for those with gluten allergies or intolerances.

Sajja roti

  • Sajja Roti is a famous Indian bread made from millet flour, known as sajjalu in Telugu, kambu in Tamil, and pearl millet in English. It is a gluten-free and healthy alternative to wheat-based bread.

FAQs

Q.1- What is the nutritional value of rotis?

  • Rotis are an excellent source of carbohydrates, protein, and fiber. They are also lower in fat and calories. The nutritional value of rotis may vary depending on the recipe and ingredients used.

Q.2- How long do rotis stay fresh?

  • Rotis can stay fresh for 2-3 days if stored in a container at room temperature. However, they are best consumed fresh and warm.

Q.3- Are rotis vegan?

  • Yes, rotis are vegan, as they are made from whole wheat flour, water, and salt and do not contain any animal products.

Q.4- How are rotis typically served?

  • Rotis are typically accompaniment to curries, stews, and other dishes. They can also be eaten with chutney or pickles or used to make wraps or sandwiches.

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