Carbohydrates : 80gms
Dietary Fibre : 2.7gms
Protein : 13gms
Energy: 356.70 Kcal
Ragi or nachni or finger millet is a Perennial crop used to manufacture Ragi flour. Being densely packed with a host of nutrients Ragi offers numerous health benefits such as improving digestion, lowering the risk of cardiovascular disease, and managing diabetes.
Vijay Gold Superior Ragi Flour is made from carefully selected 100% natural and pesticide-free finger millets, which are then processed through a 4-step cleaning process and 28 quality checks to produce superior and fine texture Ragi flour. Our Ragi is high in minerals, vitamins C, E, B, iron, calcium, and fibers, and it’s a great breakfast option because it’s healthy & simple to prepare.
Our Ragi Flour has a wide variety of use across India and is a staple in Karnataka to make recipes like Ragi Mudde, Dosa, Roti, Porridge and numerous other flavorful cuisines.
Embrace the goodness of the millets in your daily diet with Vijay Golds fine Ragi Flour.
Which dishes can I make with Ragi Flour?
A very versatile ingredient, ragi flour can be used to make ragiball, porridge, pancakes, rotis, dosas, and idlis. Additionally, it can be used in bakery snacks like cakes and cookies.
Is Vijay Gold Ragi flour nutritious?
Calcium and potassium are very abundant in ragi flour. Ragi is a very nourishing food. It also contains other minerals like Potassium, Magnesium, Iron and Zinc.
Is Vijay Gold Ragi Flour easy to digest?
Yes. Vijay Gold Ragi Flour is easy to digest, low in fat, and gluten-free. As a result, it is fed to infants as their first food in the form of ragi porridge.
How to store Ragi Flour?
Vijay Gold Ragi flour should be kept in a cool, dry location in an airtight container. The flour's shelf life can be extended if necessary by storing it in a refrigerator in an airtight container.
Can Vijay Gold Ragi Flour be consumed during all seasons?
Yes. All seasons are suitable for consuming ragi flour. Ragi contains nutrients like calcium, protein, potassium, iron, and fiber, all of which can reduce the risk of contracting a variety of diseases, particularly when consumed in the winter.