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Missa atta is a type of flour made from a combination of grains, including wheat, barley, and gram (chickpea) flour.¬†
Appearance: Missa atta has a light brown color and a slightly coarse texture. It is commonly used in North Indian cuisine to make dishes like missi roti and missa paratha.
Taste: Missa atta has a slightly nutty and earthy flavor, and a slightly gritty texture. It can be used to make a variety of savoury dishes.¬†