Discover about the various types of flours used to make


Khichu is a popular Gujarati snack made from a variety of flours.

Rice flour is an essential element in the making of Khichu. It gives the meal a smooth texture and helps to tie the other components together.

Rice flour

Khichu is frequently made with Bajri flour and rice flour. It gives the meal a slightly nutty flavour and a lovely scent.

millet flour

Another type of flour used in Khichu is ragi flour, also known as Nachani flour or finger millet flour. It is well-known for its nutritional advantages and adds a distinct flavour to the dish.

Ragi flour

Jowar flour is also used in Khichu on occasion. It gives the meal a subtle and earthy flavour.

Jowar flour 

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