Name variations Edit

  • aata

About atta flour Edit

In India aata, or wheat flour made from durum wheat, has a pleasant texture and is not commonly used with baking powder as in Occident.

Wheat flour is used to bake parathas, an flat-style Hindi bread popular in all the nation, but atta is also base for baking other breads such as naan, roti, puri, and baati, as well as dishes and desserts.

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