Ador Health Ultra Low Carb Atta – Mishry Review

dor health ultra low carb keto roti atta review

Ador Health Ultra Low Carb Atta – Mishry Review

Ador Health Ultra Low Carb Atta is made using a variety of seeds and is a good option for people who are following a low-carb diet.

Ador is a brand that focuses on producing food products that help manage weight and diabetes. Their product range varies from keto-friendly, low-carb flours, cookies, and namkeen to dosa and baking mixes. 

We made rotis using Ador’s Ultra Low Carb Atta to test them for texture and to see how easy or tough it is to roll out the chapatis made using this low-carb atta. We also dug deep into the list of ingredients and nutrition labels to check what this atta is made of and the carbohydrate content of each roti. 

Can you swap your whole wheat atta with the Ador Health Ultra Low Carb Roti Atta? Read our Ador Health Keto Roti Atta review to know if it is worth including in your diet.

Quick Review

dor health ultra low carb keto roti atta review

Ador Health Ultra Low Carb Atta is keto-friendly. The rotis made using this flour are soft and do not harden even after cooling down.

MRP – Rs 425/-*

Net weight – 930 gm

*Price at the time of review

Ador Health Ultra Low Carb Keto Roti Atta – All You Need To Know

A low-carb diet or a keto diet is all the rage these days. With the sharp increase in the popularity of all these low-carb diets, there has been an increase in brands catering to providing low-carb and keto-friendly food products. Here is what you need to know about the Ador health low carb keto roti atta.

1. Ingredients 

The ingredients used to make Ador Health Ultra Low Carb Atta are sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, watermelon seeds, flaxseeds, soya flour, wheat bran fiber, isolated wheat protein, guar gum, and psyllium husk. 

2. Texture 

Rotis made using flours other than whole wheat (like bajra or jowar) are harder and rougher, texture-wise. They also do not roll out as easily. This is why gauging the texture of the rotis is important. 

The texture of the chapatis made using Ador Health Ultra Low Carb Atta was rough but not hard. The rotis rolled out nicely. In fact, jowar rotis that we usually roll out are much tougher. The round shape was easier to achieve and we did not struggle to smooth it out.

The rotis have a  very fibrous texture but remain soft. This indicates that the quality of ingredients used is good.

Ador health ultra low carb keto roti atta review
Ador Health Ultra Low Carb Atta - Dry Inspection

3. Taste

Be it whole wheat chapatis or buckwheat rotis, every type of flour has a distinct aroma and taste.

We tried the Ador Health ultra Low Carb rotis thrice – Once as it is, then with Amul Safed Makhan and again with a regular bowl of homemade gobhi sabzi. 

The taste of the rotis of Ador rotis is fairly satisfactory. There is a mild bitterness at the end when tasted alone. But the moment you eat it with a sabzi, the bitterness cannot be felt. Rotis anyway are not supposed to be eaten as it is and always paired up with a vegetable or curry.

4. Price

A 930 gm pack of Ador Health Ultra Low Carb Atta is priced at Rs 425/-. This is definitely not easy on the pocket, but again, these types of specialty diet foods are not meant for everyone either. 

People who are on strict low-carb diets are always looking for food products that can suit their dietary needs. So even if the audience is limited for such products and this might seem steeply-priced, those looking specifically for low-carb atta might not mind shelling out money for it.

5. Method of Preparation

We followed the instructions given on the pack but tweaked the water content a little. The instructions given on the pack are –

  • Use 20 gms of the atta with 25 ml of water.
  • Knead it properly to make a soft dough. 
  • Keep the dough covered for 10 minutes.
  • Use the dough to make rotis, pooris and paranthas.

To make three medium-sized rotis, we made a dough using 60 gm. Unlike the mentioned flour-water quantity, we only had to use 50 ml water for 60 gm flour. If we would have used more, our flour would have turned into a liquid mess. This is why we stopped adding water at 50 ml. We let the dough rest for 10 minutes. 

 

The dough we kneaded was soft and did not require a lot of effort while rolling out the chapatis.

dor health ultra low carb keto roti atta review
Dough made using Ador Health Ultra Low Carb Atta.

6. Nutritional Facts

The Ador Health Ultra Low Carb keto roti atta promises a high fiber and low carb roti. As per the nutritional label given on the pack a 20 gm roti (1 serve) contains –

Energy 79.2 Kcal
Net carbohydrates 2.8 gm
Total carbohydrates 5.7 gm
Dietary Fiber 2.7 gm
Protein 7.8 gm
Fat 3.8 gm

What does net carbohydrates and total carbohydrates mean? What is the difference?

To put it simply, net carbohydrates mean the amount of carbs that can be fully digested by the body. Total carbohydrates include starches, fiber, and sugars that are present in that meal or food product.

dor health ultra low carb keto roti atta review
Rolling our the rotis was not tough.

7. Speciality

As per the information on the product pack – 

  • Rich in omega-3 and antioxidants from super seeds.
  • High in fiber
  • Keto friendly
  • Diabetes remission
  • Weight loss
Ador Ultra Low Carb Atta Product Information
Price Rs 425/-
Net weight 930 gm
Allergen advice Soya and gluten
Main ingredients Sunflower seeds, Pumpkin seeds, Watermelon seeds, Flaxseeds, Soya flour, Wheat bran fiber, Isolated wheat protein, Guar gum and Psyllium husk. 
Color of atta Light brown
Calories per roti (20 gm) 79.2 Kcal

Ador Health Low Carb Keto Roti Atta Review – Let’s Decode

The Ador Health Ultra Low Carb Atta is priced at Rs 425/- for a 930 gm pack. The atta comes in a black colored resealable pouch pack. The flour is mildly coarse and is a light brown in color. 

Our dough and roti experience – For our Ador Health Ultra Low Carb Atta review, we made rotis using this flour. We noticed that the dough is easy to knead, though you might need to reduce the quantity of water. For 60 gm flour, we used 50 ml water, which made 3 medium-sized 20 gm rotis.

dor health ultra low carb keto roti atta review
Cooking the rotis made using Ador Atta.
dor health ultra low carb keto roti atta review
The chapatis puffed up nicely during our review of Ador health Ultra Low Carb atta.

Unlike jowar or kuttu rotis, we did not have any trouble rolling them out. The rotis turned out fairly soft and puffed up well. Even after cooling down, they did not harden. 

From a nutritional point of view, this is definitely low in carbohydrates and suitable for people on a keto diet or managing their carb intake.

Features

  • A 930 gm pack of Ador Health Ultra Low Carb Atta is priced at Rs 425/-
  • 1 roti (20 gm) made using Ador Health  Ultra Low Carb atta provides 79.2 calories.
  • The net carbohydrates in 1 roti is 2.8 gm.
  • Ingredients – Sunflower seeds, Pumpkin seeds, Watermelon seeds, Flaxseeds, Soya flour, Wheat bran fiber, Isolated wheat protein, Guar gum, and Psyllium husk.
  • This is a vegetarian product.
  • Keto-friendly

Pros

  • Low carb ingredients like watermelon seeds, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, and isolated wheat protein make this atta. 
  • The dough is easy to knead.
  • The chapatis made using this flour were soft. They did not harden upon cooling down either. 

Cons

  • This is an expensive product. 

Best Suited For

The Ador Health Ultra Low Carb Atta is best suited for people trying to lose weight, following a keto diet, or keeping a check on their intake of carbohydrates.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some interesting FAQs on Ador health low carb keto roti atta.

Where can I buy Ador health low carb keto roti atta from?

Ador Health Ultra Low Carb Atta can be bought from online portals offering groceries and essentials.  

How many rotis can you make with a 1 kg packet of Ador atta?

This depends on the size of the roti you roll out. If you roll out a medium-sized one (20 gm roti), you can make around 47-50 chapatis. 

How many calories per serving? 

If a serving size (1 roti) is about 20 gms then 1 single roti provides 79.2 Kcal of energy. The manufacturer has provided the value on the pack. 

Is this atta gluten free?

No. The Ador Ultra Low Carb Atta is not gluten-free. It contains wheat-derived ingredients.

Summary – Ador Health Ultra Low Carb Atta

dor health ultra low carb keto roti atta review
The final outcome - Rotis made using Ador Health Atta.

We made a batch of soft rotis using Ador Health Ultra Low Carb Atta. They did not become hard even after cooling down and had a very fibrous, rustic taste. If you’re looking for a low-carb alternative to whole wheat, this flour could be a fairly nice option. 

Have you tried any brand of low-carb atta yet? If yes, how was your experience with the dough kneading procedure? Was rolling out the chapatis easy? Let us know in the comment section below. 

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