Tona Atta Varieties

Tona Atta Varieties

India is a very diverse country, and so is its food. When you think of the Indian diet, one of the staple foods that comes to mind is atta or flour, the immense variety of which plays a very important role in our nutrition. A meal in India is incomplete without the use of some variety of atta or flour, whether for breakfast, lunch, evening snacks, or dinner.

Perhaps most of our customers are aware that we at Tona Organic Farm are strictly against white flour or maida as most of the nutritional value of flour is eliminated in the process of making maida.

Let us, therefore, take a sneak peek into what our farm offers to our customers in the form of a wide range of very healthy alternatives of atta varieties for the preparation of different food items.

Tona Wholesome Wheat Atta

  • Wholesome Wheat Atta is made by grinding the whole-wheat kernel as opposed to conventional wheat flour, which is made by grinding the wheat kernel after removing the bran and germ – two of the most nutritious parts of the wheat kernel.
  • Consumption of Tona Wholesome Wheat Atta reduces bloating, joint pain, and headaches since it is a rich source of Vitamins B1, B2, B3 & E, Calcium, Phosphorus, Folic Acid, Copper, Zinc, Iron and Fiber. Gluten content in this atta is also minimal.
  • If you plan to prepare Roti or Paratha or Luchi or Kochuri or Poori, think of Tona Wholesome Wheat Atta – your delicious and healthy substitute for any branded atta or maida in the market.

Tona Wholesome Wheat Atta (Extra Fibre)

  • This variety of our Wholesome Wheat Atta come with an extra dosage of bran for people who would like to have coarse-grain, husky roti for their meals. The added bran boosts the digestive process significantly and is especially helpful for those suffering from constipation.

Tona Mixed Veg Whole Wheat Atta (Paratha Special)

  • A new entrant to the Tona Wholesome Wheat Atta family, this variety is blended with the goodness of seasonal, farm-fresh vegetables in dehydrated form. That means you get one more healthy option to satisfy your taste buds.
  • This variety of atta is particularly good for making Paratha. Mix it with a little ghee, shallow fry, and then have it with any of the pickles produced in our farm.

Rishi or Manabgram Rice Atta

  • Being one of the most easily digestible flours, rice atta is often used in preparing baby foods and cereals. Loaded with Fibers, Proteins, Carbohydrates, and Minerals like Magnesium, Copper, Thiamin, etc., rice atta is an excellent source of nutrition.
  • Rice Atta is a great choice for people with gluten intolerance. You can prepare a number of southern Indian delicacies such as Idli, Dosa, Uttapam, etc. or even the northern Indian Roti by using a special recipe. Rice atta is also useful in making snacks or fritter crispier.

Tona Besan (Gram Flour)

  • The qualities of Besan make it a healthy and tasty addition to your diet. It is high in fiber and protein and helps with digestive issues.Rich in iron, potassium, copper, zinc, phosphorous, foliate and vitamin B6, besan is really good for health and good to taste, which is a rare combination. It can also be used for skincare, or for preparing crunchy fries and a wide variety of snacks.
  • Missi Roti is a popular North Indian flatbread that is prepared with besan mixed with wholesome wheat atta, onion, ginger, kasuri methi, and a few other spices.

Rishi Bajra (Pearl Millet) Atta

  • Bajra is a highly nutritious and easily digestible cereal grain. It is a great choice for gluten-allergic or celiac patients because it is non-glutinous
  • Bajra is rich in carbohydrates, vital amino acids, antioxidants, and various vitamins and minerals such as thiamine, riboflavin, folic acid, niacin, beta-carotene, and zinc.
  • Bajra grains are helpful for heart patients since they are high in dietary fibers and have cholesterol-lowering qualities. Bajra is one of the few foods that lowers stomach acidity, minimizes ulcer formation, and reduces discomfort caused by recurrent bouts of acidity.
  • Bajra atta is used in making chapatis, roti as well as in multigrain atta.

Rishi Jowar (Red and White Sorghum) Atta

  • Jowar or Sorghum is a fiber-rich millet group of atta that is useful for promoting digestive health while also lowering LDL cholesterol. The combined effect of a high concentration of calcium and magnesium in Jowar helps bone health, while a mixture of copper and iron enhances blood circulation in the body.
  • Jowar is gluten free atta and is preferred by a lot of people for making chapati or roti.

Farao Oats Atta

  • A rich source of dietary fibre, also known as beta-glucan, Oats offer a long list of nutritional benefits like reduced sugar levels and lower risk of heart diseases. It also aids weight loss.
  • This atta is suitable for making gluten-free bread, cookies and snacks.

Farao Maize or Makkai Atta

  • With an extended shelf life, maize flour or cornmeal is quite popular in North India. It is an excellent source of healthy carbs, fibres, proteins and several minerals including phosphorus and magnesium. Makkai atta is a diabetic-friendly food and beneficial for eye health as well.
  • Generally, you can use this type of atta in making cornbread, rotis, parathas and chila. Sometimes it is used as a coating for fritters as well.

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