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Sharbati & Emmer Wheat Atta
Sharbati & Emmer Wheat Atta
Ingredients : Sharbati Wheat , Emmer Wheat ,

In the pursuit of healthier and more flavorful culinary experiences, the combination of Sharbati wheat flour and Emmer wheat flour emerges as a compelling choice. This blend combines the best of both worlds, leveraging the renowned qualities of Sharbati wheat and the ancient grain richness of Emmer wheat. With a ratio of 70% Sharbati wheat flour to 30% Emmer wheat flour, this blend offers a balanced composition that caters to both nutritional and gastronomic requirements.


Sharbati Wheat Flour:

Sharbati wheat, known for its fine quality and soft texture, has long been favored in traditional Indian cuisine for making chapatis, bread, and various other delicacies. Characterized by its pale golden color and delicate aroma, Sharbati wheat flour yields soft, pliable doughs that are easy to work with. Rich in essential nutrients like carbohydrates, protein, fiber, and B-vitamins, Sharbati wheat flour forms the cornerstone of wholesome, nutritious meals.



Emmer Wheat Flour:

Emmer wheat, an ancient grain with roots tracing back to the earliest civilizations, adds depth and complexity to the blend. Renowned for its nutty flavor and hearty texture, Emmer wheat flour introduces a rustic charm to dishes, reminiscent of traditional, artisanal baking. Emmer wheat boasts a robust nutritional profile, with higher protein content and a broader spectrum of micronutrients compared to modern wheat varieties. Rich in antioxidants, minerals, and dietary fiber, Emmer wheat flour contributes to overall well-being and digestive health.



The Blend:


By combining 70% Sharbati wheat flour with 30% Emmer wheat flour, this blend strikes a harmonious balance between familiarity and novelty. The softness and malleability of Sharbati wheat complement the robustness and nuttiness of Emmer wheat, resulting in a versatile flour blend that lends itself well to a myriad of culinary applications. From traditional flatbreads like chapatis and parathas to artisanal breads, pastries, and pasta, this blend opens up a world of creative possibilities in the kitchen.

Emmer wheat multi grain atta
Emmer wheat multi grain atta
Ingredients : Emmer wheat -60% , Grains (channa dal, maize,Ragi,Barley,Jowar,Flax seeds, chia seeds)-38% , Fenugreek -1% , Poppy seeds-1% ,

With twice the fibre and protein content than normal wheat, emmer wheat fills you up faster and reduces hunger pangs. It also fights against chronic inflammation. Additionally, multi- grain atta is rich in dietary fibre, augments metabolism and boosts immunity by harnessing the beneficial qualities of several different grains.


The Millet Store Emmer Wheat Multi-Grain Atta comes in packs of 500 gm and 1 kg. We use 60% emmer wheat; while multi-grains like channa dal, maize, ragi, barley, jowar, flax seeds and chia seeds constitute another 38%, with poppy seeds and fenugreek completing the riot of nutrition and taste. This atta is richer in texture and colour due to a diverse blend of whole grains, giving you a soft pliable dough to work it any way you please.


Here is a sneak peek at what each of our meticulously selected ingredients has to offer:


 Maize - A superb gluten-free option, maize supplies essential amino acids to the body and supports eye health. It also helps to sustain bone density.

Ragi – An easy-to-digest grain, ragi is rich in calcium and is generally considered good for diabetics, young mothers and children.

Jowar or Sorghum – An effective gluten-free alternative, these yellow globules of grain relieve constipation and control blood sugar. It is high in protein, vitamins, minerals and micronutrients.

Flax seeds – These brown seeds are packed with health benefits. A friend of the heart, they aid easy digestion and regulate blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar levels. They reduce the risk of cancer and boost overall immunity.

Chia seeds – The tiny black chia seeds are high in fibre and improve digestion. They are high in Omega – 3 and Omega – 6 fatty acids, facilitating optimal amounts of good cholesterol HDL while bringing down the bad cholesterol LDL, and maintaining both within the requisite range. They also limit fluctuations in blood glucose levels.