Popped Amaranth

Puffed Amaranth Ingredients: Organic Rajgira or Amaranth grains

Storage: store in airtight container.

Shelf life: 4 months from the date of manufacture.







Puffed Amaranth(Rajgira)

Popped Amaranth

Puffed Amaranth(Rajgira), has a very nice earthy nutty taste. It can be used as cereal in milk or curd. It can be sprinkled over salads, soups, or favourite Indian breakfast poha. It can be used to make porridge, kheer or ladoos.

Puffed Amaranth also called as Rajgira or Ramdana was Grandma’s favourite and first choice food during fasting.

Puffed Amaranth Ingredients: Organic Amaranth grains or Rajgira

Storage: store in airtight container.

Shelf life: 4 months from the date of manufacture.

  • 100 gms: Cost: Rs 50

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Amaranth or Rajgira is one of the best sources of vegetable protein in the world. It has one of the highest levels of protein that is also easier for the human body to absorb. Amaranth has lysine, an important amino acid. Lysine has high levels of protein, even higher than milk. Lysine is easier to digest than milk protein so your body is likely to get more protein from Rajgira than milk.

Calcium is another important nutrient in Amaranth grain also called as Rajgira or Ramdana. Calcium content in Rajgira is more than 4 times that of other grains. In fact, it has more calcium than milk. If you are lactose in tolerant (meaning you cannot digest milk), then Rajgira should be your go to food for Calcium.

According to modern research, this gluten free wonder grain Rajgira has several health benefits. It is a true powerhouse, which can help prevent several chronic health conditions such as heart disease, cancer and stroke. Amaranth grain or Rajgira can be used to treat inflammatory conditions like arthritis. You may find it hard to believe that these tiny little seeds are so powerful.

Hard working farmers in India started growing Rajgira for its great powers and felt grateful to God for its benefits. It’s called Ramdana, (God’s grain) or Rajgira (Royal grain) in different parts of India. The English name Amaranth comes from Latin Amarantus. It’s an imaginary flower that never fades. Amaranth grain is a superfood that has been cultivated for more than 8,000 years now because of its nutritional benefits. It has been grown as a grain-like seed and a vegetable.
Amaranth grain or Rajgira is not only high in calcium but also in iron, zinc, magnesium, phosphorus, and potassium. Amaranth grains contain 6 to 10% oil, predominantly unsaturated.
Did you know that Amaranth grain is the only grain with documented Vitamin C?
Amaranth grain is easy to digest. The mix of amino acids found in it allows for very easy digestion.

“Prachi the popped Amaranth seeds are awesome. Itz like eating popcorn. My kids are loving it”

Usha Asija

“I took the popped Amaranth home. Then popped a fistful in my mouth. It had a very clean, very fresh and crunchy taste. I am sprinkling it over Chivda, making laddus and sometimes eating it plain ”

Kalpana

“I love eating these popped Amaranth seeds as a cereal in curd”

Paramita