What is Heera Juwar (Pearl Millet) Flour
- Juwar flour is a greyish colour with slightly nutty flavour made up from Juwar grains, also known as Pearl Millet or Black Millet.
- Juwar flour is warm in its attribute, therefore Juwar Flour is typically used in winters in India.
- Juwar Flour is usually combined with wheat flour for making flat-breads like bhakari, thepla and khakhra.
- More information about Heera Juwar flour is below.
Juwari (Sorghum) Flour from Heera
What is Heera Juwar (Sorghum) Flour
- Juwar flour is made from Juwar grains, White Millet. Juwar flour is creamish white in colour.
- Juwar Flour is usually combined with wheat flour and Bajra flour for making flat-breads like bhakari, thepla and khakhra.
- Juwar flour is also known as Juar, Juwar, Jowar (Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi), Jola (Kannada), Cholam (Malayalam, Tamil), Jwari (Marathi), Janha (Oriya), Jonnalu (Telugu), Other names: Milo, Chari, White Millet
Where is Heera Juwari (Sorghum) Flour used
- Juwari ki roti, or flat bread made of Juwari is a very popular rustic dish
- Juwari flour is used in variety of dishes like Juwari bhajji (fritters), juwari vada, Juwari upma, dosa and idli.
Notes and Nutrient Facts about Heera Juwari (Sorghum) Flour
- Juwari flour is gluten free, consisting of high-protein, cholesterol-free source of a variety of essential nutrients
- Juwari being highly alkaline in nature is suitable for those suffering with acidity