Mandue Ki Roti – finger millet seeds (Chapati)

Mandue Ki Roti

Madua / Mandua is one kind of grain which is grown in Uttarakhand hills. Madua roti is considered to be good digestive related issues. In Garhwal and Kumaon this bread which forms an important part of meals on cold winter days, as mandua (finger millet) has a warming effect on the body. And this makes your meal more healthy with highly nutritious “Mandue ki roti“(finger millet seeds) which is very rich source of calcium & very popular in hills of Uttrakhand.

Mandue Ki Roti Ingredients:

Mandua flour 500 Gram
  Water 2 Cup (32 tbs)
  Ghee 1 Tablespoon (For greasing)


  1. Mix mandua flour with adequate water and knead to form smooth dough.
  2. Flatten dough balls of mandua flour on wet hand. The chapattis are thicker than regular whole wheat rots.
  3. Cook on Iron Tawa. The chapattis will not fluff up like regular wheat Rotis.
  4. Grease with ghee and serve with Gur (Jaggery) or any Pahari curry.
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