Sattu, which is basically flour made of roasted channa is loaded with fibre and protein. Also called the poor man's protein, Sattu drink is an inexpensive and equally effective substitute for your protein shakes. If you are looking for some pocket-friendly protein options which can help you meet your daily recommended intake of protein, then sattu is perfect for you. Sattu Sharbat is perfect for summers when you crave something sweet and chilled to beat the summer heat. 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 made both, salty and sweet and you can pick the taste you like better. Here we have used jaggery to sweeten up the sharbat and give it the classic flavours.
1 litre water
6 tablespoon black gram flour ( sattu)
6 teaspoon powdered jaggery
3 Pinches black salt
How to make Sattu Sharbat
Pour water into three individual glasses. Add 2 tablespoons of sattu powder to each glass. Now add 2 teaspoons of jaggery to each glass. Use a stirrer to mix well.
Now just add a pinch of black salt to each glass and give a final stir. Your protein-rich sattu drink is ready to be served.