Carbohydrate – 67g
Protein – 908g
Fat – 3.6g
Fiber – 5.2g
Iron – 1.7mg
Calcium – 35mg
Vitamin B1 – 1.15mg
Vitamin B3 – 2mg
To one cup of millets, add half a cup of mung dal. Wash and cook with 2 – 2.5 cups of water and one cup of milk. Take 2 – 2.5 cups of grated jaggery and dissolve using 1/2 cup of water and filter the syrup. To the cooked millets and dal, add the jaggery syrup, cardamom powder, fried cashew nuts and raisins. With dollops of ghee, mix the entire contents well. Sweet Pongal is ready .
Soak separately one cup of urad and 3 cups of millet for 8 hours. Grind them to a coarse paste. Add a tsp of salt and let it stand overnight to ferment. Make idlies with the batter and serve with your favourite accompanimen
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Why 24 Mantra Millets
Millets are Ancient Grains. Mankind has known their nutrition value for centuries. They are naturally gluten – free. Low on carbs and high on fiber. They get digested slowly giving sustained energy. Millets are ideal for diabetics looking for an alternative grain to rice. They also help increase the bio-availability of minerals and have strong antioxidant properties. Regular consumption helps in decreasing triglycerides and C-reactive protein.
Our millets cook fast and are ideal to make healthy Porridges, Upma, Kheer, Kichdi, Pongal and more.