Sohum Udyog Chakki Atta is a premium quality diet food for health-conscious individuals who are looking for breakfast options that are nutritious and filling. This special Chakki Atta is made from only the best quality Lokwan wheat. It also has better taste and longer shelf life because of the medically-safe fumigation process that every Sohum Udyog product goes through.
Sohum Udyog firmly believes in the saying, “A balanced diet consisting of healthy and nutritious food is a key to promoting good health.” The company’s founder, Late Smt. Sushila Gargate has made sure that their products bring maximum health benefits to its consumers.
Chakki Fresh Whole Wheat Atta is an excellent diet kit for people suffering from Diabetes, Obesity, and various heart problems. Patients who are consuming this product have reported some noticeable improvements in their overall health conditions. The Chakki Atta price is also affordable for those who are trying to cut their diet expenses.
Sohum Udyog Chaki Atta 5kg contains:
- 396.46kcal of Energy
- 97.96g of Calories
- 0.30g of Protein
- 5g of Fiber
How is Chakki Atta made?
Chakki Atta is a type of wheat originally from India that is very rich in protein and is used mostly for making flatbreads like Roti, Naan, Chapati, and Puri. The wheat flour is processed and grounded in stone mills (Chakki) hence the name.
Indian Atta is a type of finely milled wheat that they use for making flatbreads. The process of stone grinding breaks down the starch component and gives the added sweetness and slightly burnt taste that is a signature of Indian bread. Therefore, Chakki Fresh Atta literally means fresh flour out of the mill.
Not sure what to make with the Sohum Udyog Chakki Atta? Check out this easy to follow recipe below that you can make at home.
- Chakki Fresh Whole Wheat Atta
- Minced Mutton Keema
- Red chilli powder
- Cumin powder
- Garam Masala powder
- Ginger-garlic paste
- 2 green chillies
- Coriander powder
How to prepare:
- Wash the mince Mutton Keema and soak it with yoghurt, turmeric powder, salt, and red chilli powder. Let it marinate and soak for 30 minutes.
- After 30 minutes, heat the oil in a pan and cook the onions for about 5 minutes until they turn golden brown.
- Add in your ginger-garlic paste, coriander powder, cumin powder, green chillies, and salt. Cook for another 5 minutes before adding in the marinated Mutton Keema. Stir and cook for 10 more minutes.
- Pour in water and your preferred Garam Masala powder. Cook for 20 minutes while continuously stirring the mixture.
- Once the Mutton Keema is completely cooked, set it aside to let it cool.
- Prepare your semi-soft dough using Chakki Whole Wheat Atta and mixing it with salt and water in a bowl. Divide the dough into equal pieces and roll out the small-sized chapattis. Insert the mixture of stuffing inside, about 1 tbsp each.
- Fry the chapatti with oil and make sure each side is thoroughly cooked. Transfer to a plate and add garnish.