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Tired of eating 'wheat' rotis? Here are some healthy alternatives!

Jun 14, 2021 13:46 IST | By Editorji News Desk

What can be nicer than sharing hot and fluffy whole wheat rotis with your loved ones? But just because you are tired of eating the regular wheat rotis or are allergic to gluten, it shouldn't be an end to the enjoyment. 

There are available some sumptuous alternatives to wheat flour that can help satiate your appetite. Combine them with a simple dal, some yummy mutton curry or even creamy shahi paneer to satisfy your tastebuds. 

Here are six healthy substitutes to wheat flour:

Ragi

Rotis made of finger millet or more commonly known as ragi, originally come from the state of Karnataka but are relished all over India. This gluten-free delight goes easy on your digestive system and is high in proteins.

Besan

Also known as gram flour or chickpea flour, besan is a good substitute for wheat flour. It is known to be high in protein so it will make you feel full for a longer time.

Almond

Made out of blanched almonds, it is high in protein and monosaturated fats. Known to be gluten-free and low in carbs, it is a delicious alternative to wheat.

Bajra

Bajra or pearl millet is known for its nutty flavor that makes it a delectable alternative. It is high in nutrition value as it is high in fiber, iron and calcium.

Oats

Oats are known to be an all-time favorite cereal all over the world. It is rich in fibers and helps control blood glucose levels in the body. Even though it is known to be naturally gluten-free, cross-contamination in the fields is quite common. So, one must remain cautious.

Also Read: Expert advice: do we need to avoid eating wheat?

Buckwheat

Buckwheat or more commonly known as kuttu ka atta makes delicious rotis. It is high in fiber and a great source of iron.

Delicious in taste, easy to make, and readily available, these healthy alternatives will soon become your all-time favourites!

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