Delicious Recipes made with Whole Wheat Flour
Looking for some easy homemade atta recipes where you can replace Maida with whole wheat flour without any compromises in taste and texture? We have compiled a list of some scrumptious and exciting recipes that are traditionally prepared with Maida but can be turned into wheat flour recipes without much trouble.
Whether you are looking for some interesting snack ideas, or sweet recipes, we have atta recipes that for all your needs. All you need is your trusted AASHIRVAAD Atta, and a few minutes in the kitchen to whip up some delectable dishes for you and your family to enjoy.
Soft, Layered Kerala Style Malabar Paratha with Whole Wheat Atta :
A delicacy from Kerala, the Malabar Paratha is a unique flatbread with ribbon-like layers. It has a dual soft and crispy texture, and is relished with spicy and savoury curries with equal delight. Traditionally prepared with Maida, our wheat flour recipe for the Malabar Paratha can help you recreate this dish quite easily. Enjoy your favourite Malabar Paratha made with AASHIRVAAD Atta, and prepared within your own kitchen.
Delicious Coconut Gujiya made with Whole Wheat Atta :
This delicious and sumptuous sweet dish is a big part of festival celebrations in India. A mainstay of Diwali, Holi and other happy occasions, the Coconut Gujiya is made up of a flour-based outer covering, and a coconut and jaggery based inner filling. The outer covering of the Coconut Gujiya is usually made with Maida but it is one of the most easily substituted atta recipes. AASHIRVAAD Atta can be used to make the outer covering for your homemade Coconut Gujiyas to make them more wholesome and tasty.
Whole Wheat Nankhatai Recipe made with Whole Wheat Atta :
Nankhatais are a mildly sweet, crispy tea-time snack that are the perfect companions for tea-time. The unique crumbly texture and subtle sweetness of Nankhatai makes it a really popular snack not just among little children but also adults. These baked crispy snacks are made with Maida, and people often purchase them from their local bakeries. With the help of our wheat flour recipe for Nankhatai, you can easily bake them at home. Instead of Maida, this recipe relies on AASHIRVAAD Atta.
Whole Wheat Waffle made with Whole Wheat Atta :
Waffles are an exciting snack, and they are served with a wide variety of toppings and sides depending on your preference. You can pair your Waffles with sweet toppings such as jam, whipped cream, ice-cream or maple syrup. If you prefer something savoury, Waffles can also be enjoyed with mac and cheese, fried chicken and gravy among other foods. While they are traditionally prepared with refined flour, this AASHIRVAAD Atta recipe helps you make homemade Whole Wheat Waffles. Crisp on the outside, and soft on the inside, you can use this wheat flour recipe to make the perfect Waffles in your own kitchen.
Sweet Samosa Recipe made with Whole Wheat Atta :
The sweet iteration of the beloved savoury stuffed Samosa, this is an excellent dessert and snack recipe for people who have a sweet tooth. Instead of the well-seasoned potatoes and peas based stuffing, the Sweet Samosa contains a mawa-based stuffing laden with dry fruits and nuts. Much of the preparation for this recipe is quite similar to the savoury Samosa, and this can easily be converted to a wheat flour recipe. Using AASHIRVAAD Atta, the covering for your Sweet Samosas can be made and then stuffed with the sweet filling.
Veg Frankie recipe made with Whole Wheat Atta :
The perfect snack for times when you crave something satisfying, the Veg Frankie is both easy to make and absolutely delicious. It is a popular street food, and equally simple to prepare at home if you have the right components. A tortilla, roti or paratha is enough to form the base of your Veg Frankie. This makes it an excellent wheat flour recipe instead of the less healthy Maida paratha or roti. A soft and melt-in-the-mouth whole wheat roti or paratha made with AASHIRVAAD Atta is ideal for this snack. It is even possible to experiment with your preferred veggies, sauces and seasonings when you are making a homemade Veg Frankie.
Shakkar Pare Recipe made with Whole Wheat Atta :
A classic snack in Maharashtra, and many other parts of the country. It is known by many different names such as Shankarpali, Shakkarpara, Kurma and many more. Shakkar Pare are the sweet variant, and the salty variant is known as Namak Pare. Both iterations are made with ghee, sugar, semolina and Maida. However, you can make homemade Shakkar Pare with AASHIRVAAD Atta instead of the commonly used Maida. Use our easy wheat flour recipe for Shakkar Pare to make some tasty tea-time snacks for your loved ones.
Whole Wheat Mathri Made with Whole Wheat Atta :
Mathri is a crispy, savoury snack that is very popular in North India especially in Rajasthan. It has a flaky texture is similar to that of a Masala Puri, which is also a beloved tea-time snack. Mathri is seasoned with methi, cumin and other types of masalas, and often served with pickles for added flavour. It has a long-shelf life, and can be prepared and stored for many days in an airtight container. Like many other foods in our list, Mathri can be easily substituted into an atta recipe and made with AASHIRVAAD Atta instead of Maida.
All of these tasty dishes can easily made with whole wheat flour instead of Maida to create a more wholesome, and nutritionally rich experience for you and your loved ones. You can try making these flatbreads, snacks, sweet dishes and other foods with AASHIRVAAD Atta and dig in for maximum delight.
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