24 Mantra Organic 7 Grain Methi Atta Review – Mishry (2023)
24 mantra organic 7 grain methi atta review

We Tried The New 7 Grain Organic Methi Atta by 24 Mantra. Have You? (2024)

24 Mantra Organic 7 Grain Methi Atta will make an excellent addition to your daily diet. More details on the product below.

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24 Mantra 7 Grain Methi Atta gets a green signal from Team Mishry. It has a clean ingredient list, desirable texture, and an impressive nutritional label. The rotis do have a methi-like bitterness which can be reduced with the use of some ghee.

With the onset of winter, our diet takes a sharp turn towards leafy greens, millets and some ghee-smeared rustic rotis. The switch to healthier alternatives of plain flour is certainly on the rise. Some of the popular choices of healthy atta includes – bajra atta, oats atta, millet atta, beetroot atta amongst others. Looking at this shift, many brands now offer them for our convenience and ease. We recently got our hands on 24 Mantra’s newest 7 Grain Methi Atta.

Everything from the kneading process to the taste and texture is covered in our 24 Mantra Organic 7 Grain Methi Atta review. 

A quick view at the product details of 24 Mantra Organic 7 Grain Methi Atta : 

24 Mantra Organic 7 Grain Methi Atta Product Details 
Price  Rs 105/-
Net Quantity  1 kg 
Main Ingredients  Wheat, Fenugreek, Ragi 
Shelf Life 6 months 
Buy Now  On Amazon 
Mishry Rating  4.17

Our Review Factors

For our review process of 24 Mantra 7 Grain Methi Atta, we have set the following factors:

1. Taste 

This 7 grain methi atta is made using different grains including a green like methi. We checked if the rotis made using this flour are bitter or not? The nuttiness of millets, salt levels and freshness was checked.  

2. Texture  

Usually its harder to roll our rotis that contain millets. How is the texture of these rotis? Coarse, dry, or soft? Are they able to retain the softness after a long time? 

3. Nutri-Label 

To understand the nutrition-label better, we compared the nutri values to that of a regular whole wheat atta. What are the ingredients used to create this blend of flour? What is the composition? 

4. Other Observations 


How does the overall packaging look? Resealable or not? 

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In comparison, to regular whole wheat atta, how is this priced? 

Shelf Life 

For how long is this 7 grain methi atta ideal for consumption? 

24 Mantra Organic 7 Grain Methi Atta  – Detailed Review

Product Price + Packaging 

This 7 Grain Methi Atta from 24 Mantra comes in a seaweed green pouch pack. The price of a 1 kg pack is Rs 105. It offers a shelf life of 6 months. 

Nutritional Label + Ingredients

The main ingredients include – Wheat (65%)*, Fenugreek (methi – 12.5%)*, Ragi (finger millet)*, jowar (sorghum)*, green mung bean*, barley*, and soybean*. 

* ingredients are are organic.

Nutritional Information 

Per 100 gm, this methi atta provides 328 kcal of energy, 2.3 gm fat, 60.6 gm of carbohydrate, 15.5 gm dietary fiber, and 13.4 gm of protein. 

A regular whole wheat roti (100 gm) provides 340 kcal of energy, 2.5 gm fat, 72 gm carbohydrates, 11 gm dietary fiber, and 13 gm protein. Looking at the results, the 7 grain methi atta provides a higher protein and fiber content.

Procedure To Knead The Dough 

The kneading process as mentioned on the pack is as follows: 

  • With water make some dough. 
  • Rest the dough for 1 hour before making the roti.
  • The dough may get hard with time. In that case sprinkle some water to knead and soften the dough. 
  • Sheet and cook like regular atta. 
  • Enjoy your methi roti along with dal and curry to mask the inherent bitter taste of methi. 

How We Prepared The Dough

We followed the exact same process for kneading the dough as mentioned on the pack. 

the packaging of 24 mantra organic 7 grain methi atta
The Outer Pack Of 24 Mantra Organic 7 Grain Methi Atta.
review in process of 24 mantra organic 7 grain methi atta
The atta before kneading (left) and after kneading (right).
quick look at the roti after rolling out
Macro shot of the roti after rolling out.
the final roti placed in a plate
The Final Result!

Our Observations 

Kneading Process 

The overall process of kneading the dough was easy. We did not require any extra water for the process. Usually, a millet-based atta might become tough to roll out. However, that was not the case here. These rotis were pretty easy and smooth to roll out.


Both the dough and the rotis have a rustic look. These showcase a brownish-beige color tone. 

Overall Cooking 

We have no complaints when it comes to cooking these rotis. These were easy to cook and puffed up really well. 


Millet rotis are known for their nutty flavor and we appreciate that flavor in these rotis as well. However, it leaves behind a slightly bitter aftertaste (which is clearly stated on the pack).

We tasted this roti with both ghee and without ghee. If you find the taste of these rotis to be extremely bitter as per your palette, we advise to apply some ghee as it will help lower the bitterness to some extent. 


Texture-wise, too, these rotis were excellent. These are soft. A point of appreciation is that even after the rotis were cooled down they did not become hard and retained their softness. This could be ideal when you think of packing these in a lunchbox. 


In addition, to the above observations 24 Mantra 7 Grain Methi Atta is certified as per the Indian, US and European Organic standards.

It holds the following certifications:

Jaivik Bharat : The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) brought in the Jaivik Bharat logo to help customers identify authentic organic food.

Indian Organic: This is a certification mark for organically farmed food products in India.

USDA Organic and IN-BIO-149 Non-EU Agriculture. All the farming projects, products and processing facilities at 24 Mantra are certified for EC 834 / 2007 standards, US NOP, and Indian NPOP organic standards.

Taste - 4/5
Texture - 4/5
Nutri-Label - 4.5/5
  • Kneading the dough is easy. 
  • These rotis puff up well. 
  • Smooth to roll out. 
  • The ingredients list is well-explained and looks clean. 
  • Higher fiber and protein content than regular wheat rotis.
  • These retain their softness even after cooling down.

24 Mantra 7 Grain Methi Atta will pair up well with everyday dals, curries and sabzis. This atta is an excellent way to add millets to your everyday diet. In addition, you can use it for making rotis, parathas and even puris.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some interesting FAQs on 24 Mantra 7 Grain Methi Atta.

Yes. This atta is perfect for preparing rotis. In addition, you can also use it for preparing parathas and puris.

No. This organic atta contains no preservatives.

Yes . This 7 grain methi atta is FSSAI approved.

This methi atta has a shelf life of 6 months.

Yes, all the ingredients – Wheat (65%), Fenugreek (methi – 12.5%), Ragi (finger millet), jowar (sorghum), green mung bean, barley, and soybean are organic whole grains.


24 Mantra 7 Grain Methi Atta gets a thumbs up from Team Mishry. These are easy to prepare, puff up well and have a clean and well-detailed label. We appreciate that it has a very good fiber and protein content. Additionally, the nutritional values look impressive and all the certifications are well in place. Although these are slightly bitter, we feel when paired with ghee and a sabzi of your choice, the taste will improve significantly. 

If you are looking for a slightly healthier alternative to your regular whole wheat rotis, we highly recommend trying this product. Will you buy this 7 grain methi atta? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Our reviews are unbiased and all samples used during the reviews were paid for by us. Read our entire ethics statement here.

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