Sattu is said to be rich in protein, fibre, calcium, iron, manganese and magnesium. Every 100 grams of this superfood contains 65 percent carbohydrate and 20 percent protein. It is usually made as a salty drink by mixing it with water, salt and cumin powder. If you want a sweet drink with the same, you can twitch the ingredients and use jaggery or sugar instead along with milk.
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