How to Make Singhara Atta

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Have you thought about how is singhara atta made? If yes.

In this post, I will share with you the steps of how to make singhara atta at home.

It is very easy to make at home. And you will get a 100% guarantee that it is a pure singhara atta without any adulteration.

how to make singhara atta

What is singhare ka atta?

Singhare ka atta is made from grinding dry singhara. In the process of making singhara, it is first peeled and then dried in sun for a few days. Then it is ground in the grinder to make a fine flour.

Singhare ka atta is eaten in vrats or Indian fasting. We usually make singhara atta ki pakori, singhare ki puri, singhara halwa etc. or you can mix singhara and kuttu atta and make puri and pakora of it.

What is singhara called in English?

Singhara is called a water chestnut in the English language. In Hindi and Bengali, it is called singhara.

How to make singhara atta video

How to make singhare atta | How is singhara atta made?

Learn how to make singhara atta at home. It is 100% pure without any adulteration. You can use it in vrats without any worry.
Course Main Course
Cuisine Indian
Keyword how to make singhara atta
Prep Time 5 minutes
Drying Time 2 days
Total Time 2 days 5 minutes
Servings 1 Bowl


  • Water chestnut or Singhare
  • 1 Mixer Grinder


  • Peel the singhare with the help of a knife.
  • Take a chips slicer and start to slice the singhare in the same way as we do while making potato chips. or you can use the peeler for it.
  • We make slices of singhare because it will be quick to dry.
  • Take them out on a plate and dry them in sunlight for about 2-3 days.
  • When they are dry. Blend it into a mixer and then strain it for getting fine powder.
  • The singhara flour is ready to use.
  • Store the dry singhare in an air tight container for later use.
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How long will chestnut flour keep?

You can keep chestnut flour for up to 6 months in the refrigerator.

How to store chestnut flour (singhara atta)?

You need to keep singhara atta in an airtight container. And then store it in the refrigerator for later use. I store chestnut flour in this way.

Is singhara Atta and kuttu atta same?

No, Singhara atta and kuttu atta are different. Kuttu atta is made from buckwheat whereas singhara atta is made from grinding dried singhara.

Which atta is better kuttu or singhara?

Both kuttu atta and singhara atta has their own health benefits. Kuttu atta provides warmth to the body. Whereas singhara atta provides cooling to the body.

What is singhara called in English?

Singhara is called water chestnut in English. In Hindi and Bengali, it is called singhara.

Is chestnut flour healthy?

Yes, chestnut flour is healthy. It contains high-quality proteins, vitamin E, Vitamin B group, amino acid, fibre, potassium, magnesium etc. You can further read more about it.

Is singhara Atta good for diabetes?

Having singhara atta in diabetics helps in managing it because of its low calorie, high fibre content and slow digestibility.