Story of indian oldest instant food sattu viv

Sattu is made from roasted gram and barley.  You can drink it by dissolving it in water, milk or curd.  Image-shutterstock.com

Sattu is made from roasted gram and barley. You can drink it by dissolving it in water, milk or curd. Image-shutterstock.com

Sattu is not only India’s oldest instant food, but it is also claimed that Sattu has been used as the first instant food in the world.

(Vivek Kumar Pandey)

Now-a-days, it is a matter of eating and drinking that are used for heat and to avoid it. I try to talk about such ‘cool drinks’ which are Indian in the traditional way. This is because according to the weather, the most important food for your body is the spot food.

Staple food in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar
Talking about India, the sequence of eating and drinking here is very old. Our culinary arts have been very rich and due to the different types of regions in the country, there are many types of cuisines as well. The food that I am going to talk about today is staple food in eastern Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, but now it is becoming famous in the whole country due to its quality.India’s oldest instant food

Yes, I am talking about Sattu. Sattu is India’s oldest instant food, but it is also claimed that Sattu has been used as the first instant food in the world. However, whatever it is, one thing is certain that it is not less than any super food and in summer, it is like a panacea for you.

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Shivaji also used Sattu during guerrilla war
Its specialty can be gauged from the fact that Veer Shivaji also gave his army sattu during the guerrilla war. Even today, when the soldiers of our security agencies are on long patrol, Sattu is definitely used. It is very easy to make. Sattu was mixed, mixed and drank in water. You can already add salt to the sattu. Along with this, its dish can also be washed easily.

Made from roasted chickpea and barley
Mainly made from sattu, roasted gram and barley. It can be drunk by dissolving it in water, milk or curd or it can also be eaten with chutney. Earlier it was consumed more in rural areas but now gradually its consumption has increased in cities too. With small pieces of onion, salt, roasted powdered cumin, mint and lemon, the flavor of gram sattu increases manifold.

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Benefits of sattu

– helpful in keeping the stomach clean
– Better to detox
– helpful in increasing appetite
– also beneficial in reducing weight
– Reduces heat effect
– beneficial for diabetes and BP patients




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