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Bajra | Millet Khakhra | Svasthyaa

Bajra | Millet Khakhra | Svasthyaa

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Svasthyaa Millet Khakhra is made with Bajra or Pearl Millet sourced from the lush green farms of Western Maharashtra. With more than 80% Millets & bound with Organic Khapli Wheat and mildly spiced with black pepper. It has proven to have medicinal and therapeutic properties.

Flavour: Bajra
Spicy Index: Mild

Benefits:

  • Made with millet: Bajra or Pearl Millet is rich in natural minerals & proteins.
  • No artificially added proteins.
  • Low CARB, Gluten Free.
  • Beneficial for diabetics. Ideal for health and weight watchers.
  • No Chemicals No Preservatives Low Salt
  • No Added Sugar.
  • 100% Roasted.

Khakhra is a traditional Gujarati snack packed and a perfect healthy snack.
Use it for Kids Tiffin Box. Keep a packet handy at home or office. A perfect accompaniment with your Tea or Coffee for your morning breakfast, mid morning or evening snack.

Pair it with curd or home made dip.

Grate some cheese and load it with some veggies to create your very own custom pizza or masala papad.

Vacuum packed in our state of the art hygienic facility for added freshness.

Each product of ours can be back tracked to the farm it was produced. All of our products are responsibly sourced directly from farms at a fair price. Celebrating success and empowerment to our farmers.

Ingredients:

Bajra, Certified Organic Khapli Wheat, Edible Oil, Sesame Seeds, Green Chilli, Iodised Salt.

Nutritional Facts  Per 100g
Approximate.
%RDA
Protein 11.02 g
-
Total Fat 19.86 g
29.6
Saturated Fat 8.69 g 39.5
Unsaturated Fat 11.17 g -
Transfat ND<0.5 g 0.0
Carbohydrate 62.76 g -
Energy 473.8 Kcal 23.7
Total Sugar 2.59 g -
Sodium 705.3 mg 35.3
Sugar as Sucrose ND<0.1 g 0.0

 

What is bajra? 

Bajra, also known as pearl millet, is a nutrient-rich cereal grain that is commonly grown and consumed in India. It is an important staple food in many parts of the country, particularly in arid and semi-arid regions where other crops may be difficult to cultivate.The crop is believed to have originated in Africa and was later introduced to India, where it became an important staple food in many parts of the country. 

Bajra has also played an important role in Indian culture and traditions. In some regions, bajra is considered a sacred crop and is used in religious ceremonies and rituals. It is also a popular food during festivals and special occasions.

Here are some key facts about bajra:

  1. Nutritional Benefits: Bajra is a good source of protein, fiber, and essential minerals such as iron, magnesium, and phosphorus. It is also gluten-free, making it a suitable option for those with celiac disease or gluten intolerance.

  2. Culinary Uses: Bajra is often used to make a variety of traditional Indian dishes, such as rotis, khichdi, and dalia. It can also be ground into flour and used to make baked goods, such as bread and muffins.

  3. Health Benefits: Bajra has several health benefits, including promoting digestion, reducing cholesterol levels, and helping to regulate blood sugar levels. It is also known to have a cooling effect on the body and can be particularly beneficial during hot summer months.

  4. Sustainable Crop: Bajra is a hardy crop that can tolerate harsh weather conditions and poor soil quality, making it a sustainable option for farmers in many parts of India. It also requires less water compared to other cereal crops such as wheat and rice.

Bajra is grown in many parts of India, particularly in arid and semi-arid regions where other crops may be difficult to cultivate. Some of the major bajra producing states in India include Rajasthan, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Haryana, and Madhya Pradesh. Rajasthan is the largest producer of bajra in India, accounting for nearly 50% of the country%2ds total production. In these states, bajra is often grown as a rain-fed crop, with farmers relying on seasonal rainfall rather than irrigation.

In conclusion, bajra is a nutritious and sustainable crop that plays an important role in Indian cuisine and agriculture. Its numerous health benefits and versatility in cooking make it a valuable addition to a healthy and balanced diet.

 

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Bajra Khakhra

Good Taste. Good Packing. Timely Service

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Pikly Tikkoo
Millet Khakra review

Thank you for delivering the consignment though it took more time to deliver than normally acceptable.
Though I find the millet Khakra, I have following comments.
1. Out of 2 packs, one had more salt and some added spices.
2. I need less, almost nil salt, plain Khakra.
Pl confirm you can provide for me to place further order.
Thanks
Nalin Tikkoo