Kuttu ka atta also known as Buckwheat flour is extracted from a fruit seed of Fagopyrum esculentum plant. This gluten free flour is cultivated as a grain like seed, which is widely consumed throughout Asia and European countries. Buckwheat flour is basically a pseudocereal, which is rich in protein, fiber, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. What makes it a fad among weight watchers is its low calorie content, 1 cup of kuttu ka atta contains 155 calories and is loaded with the goodness of minerals such as magnesium, phosphorus, niacin, zinc, folate, and vitamin B6.
Kuttu Ka Atta is derived from a fruit seed, which is widely consumed in Indian during fasts. It’s gluten free composition and the nutty taste, makes it a healthy and delightful option for people suffering from gluten intolerance. The nutrient rich composition of Kuttu ka Atta and its warm nature, gives the body the much needed boost of nutrition and energy. This is the reason why during the changing weather it is consumed during fast to prepare the body to combat the effect of changing season.