Made in small batches, Jiwa's 'Oats Flour' is a gluten free, stone-ground variety, which gives it the nutritional edge. There’s nothing in the kitchen that a good old oats flour cannot resolve. Our oats atta mixes easily with chapatti atta, is used in home baking and can be used to make dosa and chilla batters. This surely is an ingredient that will not disappoint!
Mix together 1/2 cup Jiwa Oats Flour with 1 tbsp. Jiwa Gluten Free Maida, ⅓ cup fresh curd, and a handful chopped onions and green chilies. Add salt to taste and mix well.
Pour a ladleful of the batter on the tava, spread it in a circular motion to make a dosa and cook it using a little oil till it turns golden brown on both sides.
Try some dark chocolate chips and chopped orange peels while baking with oats flour, delight in every bite!
Per 100gm (approx values)
Energy 404 Kcal
Protein 15 g
Fat 9 g
Carbohydrate 66 g
Fibre 11 g
What happens when you leave an open bowl of oats in fridge or freezer? No, u don’t eat leftover food, it actually absorbs all odors!
Appearance: Powder white with a light cream hue
Aroma: The aroma of flour like that of oats, gets pronounced once cooked. Do a cinnamon oats cookie, and inside the oven itself the mix is rather heady, and quite irresistible!
Taste notes: Absolutely anything made from Jiwa’s Oats Flour has soft and luscious base notes and tastes slightly chewy. Relish a signature nutty taste on the roof of the mouth with every bite, whether it is a baked good or a traditional Indian preparation.