About Bajri flour Edit

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Finger millet (Eleusine coracana), also known as African millet or Ragi (Kannada: ರಾಗಿ, Marathi: नाचणी), is an annual plant widely grown as a cereal in the arid areas of Africa and Asia. Finger millet is originally native in Africa and was introduced into India approximately 4000 years ago. It is very adaptable to higher elevations and is grown in the Himalaya up to 2300 metres altitude.

Poor farmers in India and Pakistan use this millet flour to make bread and griddle cakes. It's gluten-free.

Substitutes: sorghum flour

Bajri flour Recipes Edit

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