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Gluten-Free Atta Flour

If you are following a gluten-free diet and wants to enjoy roti for your dinner, you should try this Metta Gluten-Free Atta Flour. Rotis made with this gluten-free atta flour puffs up just like the roti made with wheat flour and tastes great as well. Easy to knead, roll and make rotis.

This gluten-free flour was created by a mom for his son who was diagnosed with a gluten sensitivity. Undoubtedly we all know that moms create best for their children. Likewise, she prepared this flour for his son initially and later after years of experimentation, she created this flour nutritious, great-tasting and an allergen-friendly option for many people who have gluten issues.

Gluten-Free Atta Flour with Protein:

It is a blend of ancient grains like sorghum, teff, and ground flaxseed, which are rich in protein and nutrition. Metta atta meets FDA gluten-free standards, produced in a dedicated gluten-free facility in the USA, all the ingredients are non-GMO, and it is corn and soy-free.

Metta gluten-free atta is great for preparing chapattis, tortillas, parathas, puris, and samosas as well. Check out these videos for making dough and rotis.

Roti is an ideal meal at many Indian households, even my family loves to eat roti for dinner every day. My husband is an allergen to gluten, so I got to try gluten-free flour for roti. Though lots of gluten-free flour available in the market nowadays we personally like this Metta Gluten-Free Atta Flour at our home.

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Gluten-Free Atta Flour
Prep Time
30 mins
Cook Time
10 mins

Course: Main Course
Cuisine: Indian
Keyword: gluten-free atta flour
Servings: 4
Author: Antonet Roajer
  • 2 cups Metta Gluten-free Flour + extra for dusting
  • 1 tbsp Olive Oil or any oil
  • 0.50 tsp Salt
  • 0.75 – 1 cup Water for kneading Dough
  1. In a bowl, add metta gluten-free flour, salt and mix well. Add oil and mix well.

  2. Add water gradually and knead a firm dough. Set the dough covered for 15 – 20 minutes.

  3. Divide the dough into small balls, dust the balls with flour to avoid sticking to the rolling pin and roll into thin flat circles.

  4. Place on a hot skillet and cook on one side until the roti starts to puff up slightly and color changes. Turn to the other side, keep pressing the roti with a clean kitchen towel or paper towel and cook until the roti puffs up well and the color changes to a golden brown.

  5. Apply ghee or butter on the rotis and serve with any of your favorite side dishes.

How to serve gluten-free roti?

Serve gluten-free roti with dal curry or chicken curry or with any of your favorite sides.

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