March 13, 2017

Multipurpose Multigrain Flour | Easy Homemade Powders

I have already posted Health Mix Powder / Saththu Maavu recipe. With that health mix powder we can make porridge. But in this recipe, which is similar to health mix powder, we can make lot of dishes like Dosa, Roti, Chapathi, Poori etc.,

Once we can make it preserve for it for 6 months. Stay tuned for the recipes with this multi grain flour.

Click here for homemade powders and basics recipe.

Quick Slide Show Video:

Recipe Cuisine : South Indian | Recipe Category: Homemade
Preparation Time: 45 mins  | Drying Time : 2 days | Yields: 4-5 kgs
Foxtail Millet / Thinai
1 cup
Finger Millet / Ragi
1 cup
Kodo Millet / Varagu
1 cup
Little Millet / Saamai
1 cup
Barnyard Millet / Kuthiraivali
1 cup
Pearl Millet / Kambu
1 cup
Maapillai Samba Rice
1 cup
Black Rice / Kavuni Arisi
1 cup
Bamboo Rice / Moongil Arisi
2 cups
Horse gram / Kollu
½ cup
Cow Peas / Thattai Payaru
½ cup
Green Gram / Pasip Payaru
½ cup
Whole Wheat
3 -4 cups
Urad Dal
2 - 4 cups

1 cup = any 1 cup measure

1. Wash all the millets together for 2 times and drain the water completely.
2. Wash all the grains and remaining rice together for 2 times and drain the water.
3. Wash uad dal, bamboo rice and whole wheat separately. Then drain the water completely.
4. Then dry the grains under sunlight till they become crisp and without moisture. This process will take 2-3 days. It depends upon the sunlight.
5. Then grind them into a fine powder though flour mill. Allow it to cool down completely and store it in an air tight container for later use.
   Homemade multipurpose multigrain flour is ready!

1. The ratio of the grains is your choice.
2. The ratio of the grains and the wheat should be 4:1
3. The ratio of the grains and the urad dal should be 4:1 or 3:1.


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