Aashirvaad fortified atta

Enriching the staple atta with essential micronutrients like iron, folic acid and vitamin B-12 makes wheat flour a mass carrier of micronutrients and helps tackle the issue of micronutrient deficiency. Fortification of flour is a cost effective method to help eradicate nutritional anaemia, vitamin and mineral deficiencies that impact children and adults alike. Also, appropriate intake of iron helps children develop physically and mentally, and improves the health of pregnant women.

Aashirvaad Fortified Chakki Atta is a source of nutrients like Iron, Folic Acid, and Vitamin B12, which helps in meeting the daily micronutrient requirement while you enjoy soft, tasty and nutritious rotis.

Micronutrients are important for the human body. Micronutrients like Iron, Folic Acid, Vitamin B12 are recognized to take part in various metabolic activities of the body, and thereby, may support growth and development processes of an individual with an active lifestyle.

National and international bodies such as NIN, WHO/FAO also recommend a daily dietary intake of micronutrients like vitamins and minerals along with macronutrients, and hence have initiated many fortification programmes to enhance the micronutrient intake by an individual.

You can now balance your nutritional and lifestyle demands through the wholesomeness of Aashirvaad Fortified Atta!

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Recipes

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Wheat Halwa

Method

  • In a heated saucepan add one cup of ghee.
  • To this add Aashirvaad Superior MP Atta.
  • Stir with a spoon till the atta and ghee mix well
  • Add the remaining half a cup of ghee to this mixture
  • Roast on low heat and keep mixing till the texture is smooth and not crumbly
  • Now add the sugar along with the water

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Wheat Bread

Method

  • Mix the salt and the wheat flour throughly.
  • Add water a little at a time and gently mix the batter until the consistency is thin and of pouring consistency.
  • Heat the oil and add mustard seeds.
  • When they pop, add the urad dal and fry until it turns golden brown.
  • Then add the red chillies and curry leaves and remove from fire.
  • Add this to the wheat dosa batter and then add the minced shallots. Mix well.

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Aloo Parantha

Method

  • To make this paratha recipe, boil the potatoes and mash them in a large bowl. To potatoes, add chopped onions, green chillies, coriander leaves, salt, garam masala powder, chaat masala and mix well so that no lumps remain.
  • Knead a soft dough for the parathas with wheat flour and water. Make small, even and round balls and along with it make a depression in the centre and add a spoonful of potato filling.

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