Natural Healing Guide
“Khichu” in Gujarati is actually a dough from which traditional papads are prepared. However, this dough alone is so delicious with raw groundnut oil that people eat it as a snack.
Khichu can be prepared with different flours, rice, Jowar, Bajra or any other.
It is a quick snack.
I chanced upon this snack recipe while looking up for something oil-free and gluten-free, yet tasty, to make for my daughter and this was an instant hit.
I have taken the liberty of marrying the Andhra Spice powder with the Gujarati Khichu and they lived happily ever after.
Food group: Millets
Millets are gluten-free, rich in fibre and high on nutritional value. They are a good option to add variety to your meals or when you want to go grain-free.
It is a fair source of protein, which is highly digestible and is an excellent source of dietary fiber with good amounts of soluble and insoluble fractions
The carbohydrate content is low and slowly digestible which makes millets an ideal food.
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