Classified as a pseudocereal and hailed as a superfood, Amaranth (Rajgira) is great for gluten-free cooking. Its earthy, nutty flavor works well in a variety of dishes and can be roasted, boiled, or popped, making it a versatile pantry item.
Store in a cool, dry and hygienic place. Transfer to a dry airtight container after opening
You can pop amaranth like popcorn for a crunchy topping on salads or desserts. It also blends well with other grains or serves as a hearty breakfast cereal.
Q: How can I incorporate amaranth into my diet?
A: Amaranth can be used in various ways. Try it as a side dish, in soups, stews, or even as a breakfast cereal. You can also pop amaranth like popcorn for a unique snack.
Q: Is amaranth easy to digest?
A: Yes, amaranth is generally easy to digest due to its high fiber content. However, like with any new food, start with small amounts to see how your body reacts.