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Chana Sattu


Taste Profile

The roasted variety of chana sattu is more flavourful as compared to raw variety that has a slightly bitter taste.

Usage Tips

  1. It is important to store chana sattu at cool and dry place. It should be stored in dry air tight container.


Chana sattu is a flour-like ingredient that is high in nutrients and is often called the powerhouse of energy. The common color of besan is pale yellow. It is often used in the cuisine of the Indian subcontinent, including in Indian, Bangladeshi, Burmese, Nepali, Pakistani and Sri Lankan cuisines.

Selection Guide

Before buying always check for its freshness and fragrance, the flour should be moist free and insects free.

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