Sattu is to Bihar, what Idli and Dosa are to South India i.e. the ultimate democratization of great taste and goodness. Traditionally, Sattu was considered to be the food of the poor. It was affordable, easily accessible, rich in protein, required less cooking time, and ensured a full stomach. Over the years, Sattu has become an integral part of Bihari cuisine and has also made its way across India. It is popularly used in â€˜Littiâ€™, â€˜Sattu ka Parathaâ€™, as a summer cooler and a digestive. High in fibre, calcium, iron, manganese, and magnesium, this Sattu Atta mix is a powerful superfood packed with minerals and plant proteins. It is popularly consumed with water as a summer cooler, a digestive, and is ideal for diabetics because of a low glycemic index. A glass of water with Sattu is also an ideal meal replacement for weight loss.
Rampura Jaggery is produced from sugarcane grown in Karnataka. Jaggery, a natural sweetener is a good source of nutrients which is becoming popular as a