Idli rava, also known as cream of rice, is rice based semolina made from boiled, dried and ground into fine, semolina-like powder. Idli Rava originated and is a speciality dish from Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. It can be consumed throughout the year and makes for a diet-friendly breakfast that is very easy to cook and even to easier to consume. Idli rava makes soft fluffy Idli- the very popular and staple Savoury cake from South India. You don’t even need to grind after you get our Idli Rava easy-to-make batter. Just use curd & coriander while making the batter
Juwar, also known as Pearl Millet, is a light brown colour millet seed, typically used after grinding it into flour. Juwar Whole is the whole Juwar seed. Juwar flour is warm in its attribute, therefore Juwar Flour is typically used in winters in India. Juwar Flour is usually combined with wheat flour for making flat-breads like bhakari, thepla and khakhra. Juwari ki roti, or flat bread made of Juwari is a very popular rustic dish, as well makes variety of receipes like Juwari bhajji (fritters), juwari vada, Juwari upma, dosa and idli. Juwari flour is gluten free, consisting of high-protein, cholesterol-free source of a variety of essential nutrients. Juwari being highly alkaline in nature is suitable for those suffering with acidity. Juwar is also known as Juar, Juwar, Jowar (Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi), Jola (Kannada), Cholam (Malayalam, Tamil), Jwari (Marathi), Janha (Oriya), Jonnalu (Telugu).