Meaning of sattu in English:

sattu

(also satu)

Pronunciation /ˈsatuː/

noun

South Asian
  • In South Asian cookery: flour made from a mixture of roasted and ground pulses and cereals such as barley and gram.

Origin

Mid 19th century. From Hindi sattū from Sanskrit saktu, in the same sense, further etymology uncertain, perhaps a loanword.