millets aren’t on your menu yet, then they should be! These little grains are
powerhouses of nutrition, they’re so easy to cook, and they’re super yummy. Millets
are among the healthiest foods available today and can help prevent a plethora
of widespread illnesses.
why they aren’t core part of our staple diets yet?? It is because when it comes
to food choices, a large majority of health-conscious people opt for oats and quinoa
over millets. Though it is evident that fitness and health are becoming
important for today’s urban Indians, there is a general lack of awareness about
millets and therefore people buy quinoa and oats over millets. To the India’s
urban population who is slowly warming up to the idea of consuming millets, one
meal of millets a day is a good way to begin.
are some simple and easy ways to include the healthy millets in your daily
Millet Noodles: Yes, you read that right. Let’s end the
battle between health and taste, and start using Millet Noodles which are
fortified with single or multi millets and whole wheat flour. Tasty and Healthy
too. Millet Dosa: Dosa, one of our favorite dish , that being
the case replacing regular rice dosa batter with instant millets dosa mix time to switch to a healthier and tastier dosa. Let us do it now.
Multi Millet Chappathi: When we say Multigrain, it is not just
more than one grain in the flour content, in fact it is a combination of five
to six grains or sometimes even more. Try out
most preferred and healthy variants of chappathi.
Millet Pongal: The popular hot breakfast dish from South
India is usually made with raw rice, but it can be substituted with millets, a
much healthier and more nutritious alternative.
Millet Flakes: These flakes can be used to make healthy snacks too. Thin millet fries are easy
and quick to make, and consume less oil.
Millet Kozhukattai: You can make both sweet and savory variants, give it to your kids when they
come back tired from school and just watch them relish these super healthy and
are few quick tips in which our traditional super grains can be brought back
into our lifestyles. With rising health issues and food safety concerns, it is
these tiny, rugged-looking grains that can come to the rescue, promote a
win-win situation for farmers and consumers alike, and in such delicious and divergent
is a new and exciting way for indigenous eating and a healthy lifestyle. Heed
to the age old saying, “Have a balance in your Life and food". It takes
care of you and our environment!
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