Some Delicious Recipes with Jowar

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In the battle of various flours, Wheat flour (Atta and Maida) has been ruling most part of the culinary world for many times. People can’t think about a day without using them for making mind-satisfying parathas, delicious cakes, cookies, bread, and the list continues. Atta and Maida are must in the grocery lists. Now, what about the uncommon flours? Many people even don’t know that there is actually a range of other flours available other than the popular duo. These not-so-popular flours are also capable of making mouth-watering dishes. Flours like Jowar, Bajra, and Ragi are not only gluten-free and healthy but also able to create some extraordinary dishes. Just, they are not so much experimented in the regular kitchen like Atta and Maida, but now, time is changing, and people are also looking for alternative flours along with Wheat flour. So, here is a list of some mouth-watering dishes that will definitely encourage people to be accustomed to these alternative flours.

·         Dhapate: Dhapate can be regarded as the ‘cousin’ of thalipeeth.It is associated with the ingredients, like Jowar flour, Wheat flour, Besan, carom seeds, onion etc. If you want to know dhapate recipe in hindi, then you can search on the internet.

·         Jowar Apple Crumble: It is a delicious recipe that is involved with a healthy spin to the apple crumble. Jowar creates a delightful treat in this recipe. It can be loaded with nuts for the additional crunch.

·         Jowar Banana Cake with Salted Caramel Sauce: It is a wholesome jowar cake that is made with banana and slathered with decadent salted caramel sauce. As per liking, chocolate sauce and some nuts can be used for some extra delight.

·         Jowar Tacos with Spicy Chicken Filling: It is a simple recipe along with using jowar flour. In this recipe, spicy chicken and lots of crisp veggies are used in filling.

Jowar or Sorghum is considered as a hardy crop. These grains are generally steamed or boiled as well as used in order to make soups and porridges or they are milled into flour that is used for making various kinds of preparations. It is not associated with gluten (elasticity), like wheat flour. So, in order to make rotis, palms are used to give them shapes of roti before tossing them onto the hot tawa. It can also be mixed with other flours for making pooris, muthias, khakra, thalipeeth, and even breads, cakes, and cookies. As it lacks gluten, people have to apply some tricks to use it. But, with the continuation of experiments with it, lots of finger-licking dishes can be prepared.Jowar is rich in nutrients, such as Calcium, Vitamin-B, and Dietary Fibre. As per a research, enhancing consumption of fibre-rich foods can lower the risk of CVD (Cardiovascular Disease) and CHD (Coronary Heart Disease). It is also associated with essential minerals, such as Iron and Phosphorous as well as it is loaded with antioxidants that are essential for our body.

So, if you want to know how to make Dhapate and other recipes, then you can take help from the internet.