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Terminology

Gehun

Gehun
Gehun

Gehun Wheat is called Gehun in Hindi. Whole wheat flour or gehun ka atta is the main ingredient used in most of the Indian bread recipes, but one can mix it up with cornflour (Makai Ka Atta) or other regionally grown healthier flours like ragi, jowar or bajra for a nutrition boost. Various types of bread made from wheat prominently feature the diets of people in India, Pakistan, Middle East, and Europe, Africa (Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Jamaica, and Suriname). Caribbean-style roti is primarily made from wheat flour, baking powder, salt, and water, and cooked on a tawa.

In India, the dough of wheat flour (without any additional ingredient) can be made into plain roti or paratha that is served with spicy curries. There are multiple recipes where stuffing can be made, or one can add vegetables (or herbs like garlic (lehsun), nigella sativa (kalongi)) to the dough. 

There are many forms of wheat like whole wheat (gehun), broken wheat (dalia )or semolina used to prepare a variety of recipes. Dalia can be made from any grain—wheat, rice, millets, etc. Whole wheat can be used to prepare recipes like Gehun ki kitchadi that is a famous dish prepared with whole or broken wheat. 

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