Singoda Atta

Singhara, also known as water caltrop or water chestnut, is a fruit that grows underwater. ... Another vrat special ingredient that finds its coveted place in the all-time vrat favourites is singhara atta. Singhara, also known as water caltrop or water chestnut, is a fruit that grows underwater. It is said that during the auspicious days of Navratri, Goddess Durga descends from heaven to be amongst her beloved devotees. The devotees, in turn, make abundant offerings and prayers to seek her divine blessings. Some devotees also observe the ritualistic fasts, where they refrain from eating non-vegetarian food, alcohol, onion, garlic, and a variety of grains, lentil and spices. Special vrat ingredients like kuttu (buckwheat), samak ke chawal, rajgir atta (barnyard millet) take prominence around this time. Another vrat special ingredient that finds its coveted place in the all-time vrat favourites is singhara atta. Singhara, also known as water caltrop or water chestnut, is a fruit that grows underwater. It is usually a winter fruit, however, its by-products - especially the flour - are available round the year. Water chestnut fruits are dried and ground to make flour. The nutrient-dense flour can be used to make various dishes, if given a chance. Not only does it tastes amazing but is also replete with healthful properties.

In India, Singhara fruits (also known as Water Chestnut) are either eaten raw, boiled or ground into flour. Singhara fruit is grown in slow-moving water bodies in warm temperate parts of the country. Desi Atta Company‚Äôs sources select grains and grind it separately from other flour to maintain its purity. It is gluten-free and a rich source of dietary fibre and calcium. It can be used to prepare delicious dishes during the fasting days. Fasting is no easy job but when it comes to Navratras there are so many recipes to explore which are tasty and nutritious as well. Here is one which is apt for lunch or dinner or even breakfast depending upon your appetite. Graminway Singhara Atta is flour made from water chestnut seeds. It is widely used in fasting in the northern part of India. It is gluten-free with a glycaemic index of 60. Singhara Atte ki Poori and Halwa are consumed when fasting, especially during Navratra.

  • Vegetarian I Suitable for Vegan
  • Contains Singhara Atta.
  • Shelf life is 120 Days
  • Store in Store in a Cool and Dry place, in an airtight container.

Water chestnut is a fruit widely cultivated in lakes in India and Pakistan. Singoda fruits are eaten raw or boiled as well as dried and milled as flour. Water chestnut flour is gluten free and is known as Singhare ka atta. It is used in many religious rituals and can be consumed as a phalahar diet on the Hindu fasting days, the Navratas. 

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