Multigrain Roti

Multigrain Roti

I would suggest everyone to include multigrain flour in their diet once in a we all know,knowing or unknowingly we are having stuff that do harm our body.i would suggest if you can get these flours from your local flour mill that’s gonna be far more better than the branded one’s. I did notice one thing that this multigrain roti are not heavy on your stomach it’s like you are full but don’t feel lazy,otherwise when you do eat your lunch one definitely feels like taking a power nap.

What is multigrain?

So,this means more than 4 grains included in the flour like jowar,bajra,makka,besan and wheat flour.I do cook this roti daily during winters as body does need heat otherwise in rest of the season it’s once in a week.
Remember eating this multigrain roti with raab or jaggery in melted form,which now is not available.

Let’s get the recipe
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Multigrain Roti


  • 1 cup wheat flour
  • 1/2 cup jowar flour/sorghum
  • 1/2 cup bajra flour/pearl millet
  • 1/2 cup makka/maize flour
  • 1 kalonji
  • 2 tablespoon ghee or oil for moyan/shortening
  • 1 1 /2 tablespoon salt
  • Water for kneading the dough
  • The above quantity is for storage, mix all the flour together and from that take 1 1/2 cup


  • Take large bowl
  • Add the flour,salt,ghee,kalonji and water
  • Knead a soft dough
  • Keep it for 15 minutes
  • Now make rotis of by applying ghee on both the sides
  • Your multigrain roti is ready,a healthy and full of protein one.
  • Until then keep exploring….

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