Whilst predominantly found in in South India, bajra is the most widely grown type of millet in India due to its high resistance against harsh climates, allowing it to be easily harvested. Bajri is used for making puttu, a south indian rice cake that is traditionally eaten for breakfast.
- Bajri has a nutty aroma and slightly sweet taste
- Used for both savoury and sweet dishes
- Excellent source of iron, protein, folic acid and fibre and low in complex carbohydrates
- Gluten Free