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Besan aur sattu me kya fark hota hai ??

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Asked by deva, 19 Apr '11 10:39 pm
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Sattu is grounded powders of pulses and cereals like horse gram (chana dal), green gram, jowar, wheat, oat, barley, etc. These are consumed along with fruit slices, sugar or milk. Some people add green chilli, lemon juice and salt for another flavour. It is a poular breakfast in Pakistani province Punjab and Indian states of Bihar, Jharkhand and Orissa.

Sattu was originally Seven Anaaj (seven cereals, millets and pulses) - locally pronounced Sat-anjaa, later transformed to Sattu. Seven Ingredients of Sattu, in the same ratio, are:

Cereals

* Makai - maize
* Jo - barley

Pulses ...more
Answered by paaruul advani, 19 Apr '11 10:41 pm

 
  
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Sattu is grounded powders of pulses and cereals like horse gram (chana dal), green gram, jowar, wheat, oat, barley, etc. These are consumed along with fruit slices, sugar or milk. Some people add green chilli, lemon juice and salt for another flavour. It is a poular breakfast in Pakistani province Punjab and Indian states of Bihar, Jharkhand and Orissa.
Answered by surinderkumar, 19 Apr '11 10:54 pm

 
  
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